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Acceleris Capital Merges With InvestingZone to Increase Investments of Early Stage Companies

Acceleris Capital Ltd. , a corporate finance adviser for SMEs, announced on Tuesday the merger of interests with equity crowdfunding platform, InvestingZone. According to Acceleris Capital, the merger between a corporate finance advisor and a leading fintech platform is the first of its kind and will… Read More

Heavyweight Investors Team Up To Debut New Crowdfunding Platform For Residential Property

A new and innovative way for people to invest in the UK residential property market has emerged, with the launch of crowdfunding platform, Property Partner. Property Partner enables people to invest in individual residential properties, just as they can in company stocks. They then receive a monthly… Read More

Beauhurst Asks Questions about easyProperty Valuation

Beauhurst recently posted a comment about the successfully equity crowdfunding raise of easyProperty on Crowdcube.  After Private Equity Guru Jon Moulton” questioned the valuation of the not yet live platform quoted at £67 million it appears that research firm Beauhurst dug a bit further to do a… Read More

easyProperty is Easily Funded on Crowdcube

easyProperty, the most recent addition to the easyGroup, has successfully closed their equity crowdfunding round on Crowdcube.  The startup was founded by Robert Ellice, with the support of Stelios Haji Ionnou, the billionaire founder of easyJet.  The offer on Crowdcube had an initial goal of raising… Read More

Private Equity Guru Jon Moulton Opines on Crowdfunding Websites and their Potential Exploitations

As reported by Tim Wallace at City A.M., celebrity business leaders may be using crowdfunding websites to exploit retail investors, the outspoken private equity guru Jon Moulton claims today. Moulton singles out easyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou as one example of a name using his position to foist… Read More

InvestingZone: “59% of Investors Have Not Heard of Crowdfunding”

In a recent survey of 1,000 investors commissioned by InvestingZone, a UK based equity crowdfunding platform, found that 75% of those people surveyed believe investing in strong, promising private companies is only available to a small group of investors, while 86% of the group feel… Read More

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