Tagged: u.s. securities and exchange commission

Members Exchanges Receives SEC Approval to Operate a National Securities Exchange

Members Exchange (MEMX), a market operator founded by members to benefit all investors, announces last week it received approval from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to operate a national securities exchange. Founded in 2019, MEMX is on a mission is to increase competition,… Read More

Fig “Psychonauts 2” Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Delayed by SEC Requested Clarifications

Last month, Double Fine closed the crowdfunding campaign on Fig for its highly anticipated video game, Psychonauts 2.  According to the campaign page, the initiative raised over $3.8 million from 24,000 backers. A portion of the funding is part of an equity crowdfunding offer under Regulation A+,… Read More

Med-X, Inc. Launches First Regulation A+ Equity Crowdfunding Campaign for the Cannabis Industry

On Wednesday, online media platform Med-X, Inc. (Med-X) announced the launch of an equity crowdfunding initiative on StartEngine as the next phase in the company’s fundraising strategy. The company announced late last month that it had been qualified by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission… Read More

Brief: Former SEC Commissioner Troy A. Paredes Joins StreetShares Board of Advisors

Earlier this month, small business marketplace lender, StreetShares, announced the appointment of Troy A. Paredes to its Board of Advisors. From 2008 until 2013, Paredes served as a Commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), having been appointed by President George W. Bush. At… Read More

Elite Crowdfund Unveils New Equity Crowdfunding Platform

This week, Elite Crowdfund announce the launch of its new equity crowdfunding platform. This announcement comes just as U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission makes the final decision to allow unaccredited investors to enter the crowdfunding market. Elite Crowdfund offers accredited, and potentially unaccredited pending the… Read More

SoFi Surpasses $4 Billion in Funded Loans; Adds Former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt as Advisor

SoFi, the second largest marketplace lender, today announced Arthur Levitt, the longest-serving chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), will become an advisor.  Levitt served at the SEC from 1993 to 2001. The firm also announced it has surpassed $4 billion in funded… Read More

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