CEO Vince Molinari of Gate Technologies and co-Chair of CFIRA added “Investor relations and investor education are essential components of investor protection and awareness and their importance will only increase as crowd funding for business continues its rapid adoption globally.”
The following guest post is by David Drake, an early-stage equity expert and the founder and chairman of LDJ Capital, a New York City private equity firm, and The Soho Loft, a global event-driven financial media company.
John Bean's insight:
Some needed rules finally enacted to support entrepreneur's pursuit of capital. (the JOBS Act).
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