Step 1: Fill in the Issuer Application Form (Additional requests may be made for documentation filed within the issuers jurisdiction.)
Step 2: Officer, Director, and Controlling Shareholder disclosure documentation including a scanned copy of the individual passport, a scanned copy of a utility bill showing the physical address and name no more than 3 months (90 days) from the date of application
Step 3: Uploading of Corporate profile, applicable offering documents, memorandums, financials, and Business Plan. (Including verification of any required filings within the issuer jurisdiction.)
Step 4: Supplying the Corporate Finance department with applicable material contracts, events, documentation, and otherwise required for the listing committee to consider the application.
Step 5: Setting of the asking price, and beginning the campaign and social media marketing
Download Application Forms:
Issuer Application Form -
Director & Officer Form -
Controlling Shareholder Form –
Email all completed documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
You may have heard of crowdfunding as a way for small businesses or creative projects to raise funds online from the public. Traditional crowdfunding usually raises money through donations or by pre-selling products. Equity crowdfunding is slightly different. Instead of giving a donation or pre-purchasing a product, individuals are buying a stake in a small business or start-up and businesses are selling securities like shares, limited partnership units and promissory notes.
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