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Investment crowdfunding has been recently legalized in New Zealand and now potential crowdfunding portals are going through the licensing process by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA). It things line up Rippr may be able to claim first. Snowball Effect wants to be New Zealand’s leading equity crowdfunding platform. As they state on their site; “Our vision is a New Zealand economy fueled by emerging businesses, backed by everyday Kiwi investors”.
The Financial Markets Conduct Act of 2013 covers equity based crowdfunding and enables companies to raise up to $2 million in any 12 month period without having to issue an investment statement or prospectus. These lighter disclosure transactions must occur on a licensed crowdfunding service provider.
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