EU gets set to negotiate crowdfunding framework

By Jean Comte
24 Jun 2019

The EU’s push to improve the status of crowdfunding as a source of alternative financing will continue after summer with negotiations over new regulation. Member states would like to see prudential requirements for service providers and the ability to limit the amount retail investors can invest.

The European Commission, EU member states and the European Parliament are set to start negotiations after the summer on a draft legal text regulating crowdfunding.

The three co-legislators agree on the need to streamline the pan-European framework, but talks might be difficult, as they each have a different ...

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