Archive: December 14, 2015

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U.S. and Australian Rules on Crowdfunding
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Simpler Regulatory path for Australia’s Peer to Peer Lending Platforms?

U.S. and Australian Rules on Crowdfunding

By Jim Bulling and Michelle Chasser

The past few months have seen considerable movement on the regulation of crowd-sourced equity funding on both sides of the Pacific. In the U.S., the SEC has adopted rules which allow companies to crowdfund through a registered portal while in Australia, the Australian Government has introduced a bill into Parliament which significantly enhances the viability and attractiveness of crowdfunding.

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Simpler Regulatory path for Australia’s Peer to Peer Lending Platforms?

By Jim Bulling and Daniel Knight

Like riding a bike through Sydney or getting to Melbourne airport, launching a peer to peer lending platform in Australia is possible but not as easy as it should be. The Financial System Inquiry recommended changes and the Government’s response seemed to agree, but we are yet to see what will be done to facilitate innovation in marketplace lending.

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