Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Comparing Intrastate Investment Crowdfunding Versus Federal Investment Crowdfunding

Illinois attorney Anthony Zeoli, who is the chief architect of the Illinois intrastate crowdfunding exemption, has posted an interesting analysis comparing the various types of investment crowdfunding options available because of new Federal regulations and the JOBS Act, versus the intrastate exemptions created in Illinois and in many other states. Anthony says:

Anthony Zeoli

"One of the questions I get asked most often is “how does the new Illinois crowdfunding exemption compare to the available Federal level crowdfunding options?” I love getting this question as it gives me a chance to really show why the new Illinois crowdfunding exemption is such a workable option. However, given the many subtle nuances between the various options it’s often hard for people to visualize exactly where the similarities and differences really are. To make this visualization easier, I decided to create a handy-dandy comparative summary chart …. wasn’t that nice of me?"

Please click here to see Anthony's full post and download the excellent comparative chart he created.

The NC PACES Act will provide North Carolina small businesses with the option to raise equity and debt financing using a very similar intrastate investment crowdfunding exemption.


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