A set of new rules was released earlier this week by the European Union as the European Market and Securities Authorities provided a set of new technical standards.
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Member states are responsible for authorising and supervising crowdfunding providers.
European Parliament reached a deal on EU-wide rules to help crowdfunding.
The European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee (ECON) has voted to approve new rules which will streamline the responsibilities of crowdfunding platforms and protect investors.
The new report covers data from platform activity in 52 countries in Africa and the Middle East, and includes survey data from over 77 alternative finance platforms reporting activity in the 2016 calendar year.
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East African Regulators can Facilitate Crowdfunding Market Development. [REPORT]
Pushing for a set of standards that crowdfunding sites will use when vetting companies seeking to raise funds.