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New securities crowdfunding laws to help smaller companies
raise capital, Atlanta Business Chronicle

November 30, 2015
Charles D. Vaughn

In a Nov. 27 article in the “Financial Quarterly” section of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Charles D. Vaughn, a partner and co-chair of the Securities Practice Group at Nelson Mullins, discusses the new Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules on crowdfunding, which allow startups and other small businesses to raise up to $1 million online from both accredited and unaccredited investors. The article covers what companies are a good fit for crowdfunding and briefly outlines the process to raise funds through crowdfunding. Mr. Vaughn writes, “For the right companies, crowdfunding under the new SEC rules could become a powerful and exciting new tool for startups and small businesses to raise capital.” The complete article is available to Atlanta Business Chronicle subscribers here, or please contact the author for more information.