From the World Economic Forum being held Davos, Switzerland, Congressman Patrick McHenry (R-NC) discusses the benefits of crowdfunding. Representative McHenry is the Chair of the House Financial Services sub committee which has oversight impacting the surrounding legislation. McHenry has been a vocal supporter of the concept of crowdfunding and expresses his hope that with the appointment of the new SEC Chair crowdfunding will move forward.
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