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Q2: April 2017
Q2, In Prior Years:
In The Context of Regulatory Framework
Q2: April 2017
Q1-Q2, In Prior Years:
Progress of Global Development,
In Context of Regulation
There have been a number of "JOBS Acts" since the 1970's in the U.S.
This latest JOBS Act has continued to be the most impactful on a global scale.
For emerging growth startups that have wanted to have the regulatory freedom to seek capital, the JOBS Act has helped to pave the way for emerging growth companies and opportunities wanted by investors.
passing of the JOBS Act in April 2012: After some debate and modifications,
the U.S. House of representatives passed the bill as amended by the Senate by a vote
of 380 to 41. The JOBS Act introduced four key opportunities within the regulatory framework.
The JOBS Act specifically defines the standard of an Emerging Growth Company (EGC),
for those seeking competitive capital. The term “crowdfunding” has its origin in
the "Capital Raising Online While Deterring Fraud and Unethical Non-Disclosure Act."
of 2012 (the CROWDFUND Act)
the regulatory authority. Malaysia has been one of the more proactive countries in the ASEAN region to push forward with researching the crowdfunding space while advancing with
a regulatory approach since enacting their first equity crowdfunding regulations.
more tools to continue to stay competitive within global commerce
The Retail Investor Protection Act was the first German legal framework to protect and regulate investing for companies and investors that are seeking crowdfunding opportunities.
The Kleinanlegerschutzgesetz is a measure that had been wanted by investors, regulators, and companies. The Kleinanlegerschutzgesetz had first been announced by the BarFin,
Germany's financial supervisory authority, in response to losses due to fraudulent practices by the offerors and the backers of certain capital investments. The Federal Government announced a package of measures, in May 2014, designed to improve investor protection and the transparency of offerings on the previously unregulated capital market.
Das Bundesministerium der Finanzen (BMF) und das Bundesministerium der Justiz und
für Verbraucherschutz (BMJV) haben am 22. Mai einen Aktionsplan zum
Verbraucherschutz im Finanzmarkt vorgelegt. Dieser besteht aus einem Maßnahmenpaket zur
Verbesserung des Schutzes von Kleinanlegern im Grauen Kapitalmarkt
und zusätzlichen Maßnahmen, mit denen weitere verbraucherpolitische
Vorhaben aus dem Koalitionsvertrag im Finanzmarkt umgesetzt werden sollen.
easier for EGC's and investors to raise capital.
Key developments in these new measures were a new trading system for non-listed shares,
a reduction of regulatory benchmarks for equity crowdfunding, a more clear set of guidelines
for advertising fundraising opportunities wanted by investors, as well as a review
of a decreased burden followed by new listings
Law L/2011/006/CNT, setting the Mining Code of the Republic of Guinea (the 2011 Mining Code). The 2013 Bill was made widely known by President Alpha Condé through
decree D/2013/075/PRG/SGG, dated 17 April 2013. By way of background,
the 2011 Mining Code, which was meant to replace the previous Guinean mining code of 1995,
was met with widespread criticism.
the Ministry of Mines, Energy, and Hydraulics, regulates the reconnaissance, prospecting,
exploration, and exploitation of mineral deposits, as well as their possession,
transport, refinement, and sale. The Code is not available on the official website
of the government. The official version of the primary law is in French and there
are no official translations of the law into other languages.
Public Law 111–147, 111th Congress, Section 501-562.
The FATCA is the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.
FATCA is the basic legal framework that has laid the global
legal framework to more than 120 other countries in regards to U.S. citizens abroad, as well as their own citizens in some cases, such as the new "CRS."
18th March, 2010
12th June, 2015
Regulation & Innovation
Are Not Opposed
As new innovations rapidly present themselves to the Financial Industry
through the Technology Industry,
both worlds have merged into #FinTech.
FinTech has brought
unprecedented opportunities across borders
The modern regulatory environment has recognised the value in FinTech innovation.
While many regulatory bodies have yet to adapt proper guidelines for many
FinTech solutions, such as crowdfunding
& other complex securities, this opens up opportunity, change,
Mathew Charnay adapts his
operational compliance with the ongoing change in risk, regulation, & an evolving
landscape of innovation.