Regulation of crowdfunding in the UK, US and Israel: a comparative review

pages-from-jibfl_2016_vol31_issue09_oct_fullOver the last few years, equity crowdfunding and peer to peer lending have taken ever more  prominence in the financial markets as traditional sources of debt and equity finance for certain categories of companies have become harder to source. The functionality and general availability of the Internet has made crowd funding models far simpler to construct and to bring to the attention of the general public.

In this article, we will consider how three jurisdictions, the UK, US and Israel, have dealt with the regulatory aspects of the equity crowdfunding sector, comparing and contrasting the approaches taken by the regulators.

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