Crowd2Fund pre-launch discussions at Prime Minister's Office
10th September 2014
Chris Hancock, CEO, of Crowd2Fund was invited to the Prime Minister’s Office at Downing Street last week to discuss the progress of Crowd2Fund in supporting the foreseen UK funding gap for SMEs of £84 - £191bn. The Crowd2Fund website has recently launched and aims to allow investors to invest directly into UK SMEs through building a crowdfunding portfolio.
It also allows businesses to raise finance using a range of funding models such as getting a loan or equity finance. Crowd2Fund does not just help businesses raise finance but also supports them in the longer term.
Crowd2Fund has also recently become a member of Innovate Finance, the UKs leading Fintech ecosystems who support the government in growing this sector.
Posted: 13th Apr 2018
As the first IFISA regulated platform, and now having completed its second full year of operating the Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA), Crowd2Fund is rapidly establishing itself as the market leader. This is best indicated by the amount of IFISA funds held on the platform increasing 83% year-on-year by the end of the 2017/2018 tax year.Read More
Posted: 9th May 2017
In the latest sign of an ever more developed alternative finance market, Crowd2Fund have announced a new Venture Debt product. This is targeted at established businesses who have a short term requirement to access cash to facilitate their growth.Read More
Posted: 14th Oct 2015
Historically, regulators have been viewed as being a burden to smaller businesses and new markets by forcing stringent regulation that is not suitable in design. However, the growing popularity of P2P lending (1100% growth since 2012) and equity crowdfunding (410% growth year on year 2012), is in part thanks to the forward thinking nature of the FCA, the main regulator in the UK to adopt new processes for this disruptive, growing and valuable sector.Read More
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