Tagged: will mahon-heap

Equitise is Self Crowdfunding A$1.25 Million

Investment crowdfunding platform Equitise has launched a self-crowdfunding round on its own platform. Opened only for wholesale and sophisticated investors, during the next four weeks Equitise is seeking A$ 1.25 million for platform growth. The company states that A$250,000 is already being underwritten by an… Read More

Equitise Updates on Australia, New Zealand Crowdfunding Progress

Equitise is a “Trans-Tasman Investment Platform” providing access to capital and unique investment opportunities to investors in New Zealand and Australia. Founded in Australia in 2014 by Chris Gilbert, Jonny Wilkinson and Panche Gjorgjevski, the investment crowdfunding platform soon added Will Mahon-Heap as the executive to… Read More

Investec Australia Purchases 20% of Equity Crowdfunding Platform Equitise

Equitise has a new shareholder.  Investec Australia, a publicly traded company, announced today that it had purchased a 20% stake in the equity crowdfunding platform making it the single largest shareholder behind the Equitise co-founders.  Investec was joined in the funding round by H2 Ventures and… Read More

Equitise Year in Review (Infographic)

Equitise, a “Trans-Tasman” equity crowdfunding platform has shared a few of the high-points from 2015. Originally queued up to launch in Australia, Equitise first set up shop in New Zealand as the regulatory regime moved a bit quicker in facilitating the new form of internet finance…. Read More

Equitise Joins with Syndex to Create Secondary Market for Crowdfunded Securities

Equitise, operating in Australia and New Zealand, has partnered with Auckland-based Syndex to create a secondary market to trade crowdfunded securities. The “Trans-Tasman” market is said to deliver “a new degree of maturity and sophistication to the nascent crowdfunded equity market in New Zealand”.  … Read More

An Australian Misnomer: Crowd-Sourced Equity Funding

The Australian government has recently released a consultation paper seeking feedback on their proposed framework for “crowd-sourced equity funding” (CSEF). The “CSEF” label is inaccurate, and likely to confuse both investors and companies. Instead, Australia should be adopting the globally-accepted term “Equity Crowdfunding”. The term, crowd-sourced equity… Read More

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