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“New SEC Rules Work the Crowd for Funds,”
Corporate Counsel

November 5, 2015

In an article published on Nov. 5, 2015, New York partner Kiran Lingam offers his perspective on the new U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules that allows companies and startups to access capital from investors who might not have otherwise been included. Mr. Lingam states, “Every issuer has to provide robust disclosures, such as documenting what the risk is, who the people are behind the company, as well as financials.” He emphasizes that, though many are concerned with some companies defrauding investors, “the wisdom of the crowd is the buzzword to describe that effect, when you’re doing something so publically, it’s hard to hide if you’re’ not on the up and up.” For the full article, please click here.