Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash Crowd sourced funding - non-investment and investment types 10 January 2020 Crowd-sourced funding (CSF) involves raising funds, usually via an online Intermediary.  How? A large number of people make relatively small financial contributions to your company. And, there are 2 general types of crowd-sourced funding - non-investment

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Photo by Chris Liverani on UnsplashCSF offer must be for shares7 January 2020In addition to other requirements when a CSF offer is made, your company's CSF offer must be an offer of fully-paid ordinary shares.And, the CSF intermediary is a single platform that may publish a CSF’s offer. Fully paid sharesThe company’s CSF offer

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Photo by Kaleidico on UnsplashA guide for defective CSF offer documents6 January 2020Below is a guide for defective CSF offer documents.The guide below is from the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and all references to sections are from the Corporations Ac.In a hurry? Jump ahead below. 738U When a CSF offer document is “defective”A CSF

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Melissa Walker Horn @sugercoatitWhen a CSF offer is made, opened, closed, suspended and complete5 January 2020Below are the rules for the term of a crowd sourced funding (CSF) offer based on section 738N of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).                       And

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STIL stilclassics.comGatekeeper obligations of CSF intermediaries4 January 2020Crowd Sourced Funding (CSF) intermediaries have a gatekeeper role that’s outlined in s. 738Q of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).So who exactly is an intermediary?An intermediary is a single platform that publishes a CSF offer document. And, we'll break down the role of the CSF

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Photo by Jacqueline Kelly on Unsplash Business purchase due diligence guide - before you engage a lawyer 3 January 2020 You’ll likely talk to a business seller about key sale terms before you get a legal opinion or help with formal legal documents for a business purchase. Below is a guide for items

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