Crowdfunding Regulation in Israel

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Crowdfunding began as a fundraising model used by entrepreneurs or artists to fund projects. Investors gave money as a donation or with the expectation of receiving the final product. Now, many companies are using crowdfunding simply as a means to raise money.

When a company raises funding, it usually issues stocks or bonds (in the case of debt raising) to its investors and must disclose all material information related to the issuance. In most cases, an issuance of securities to the public is made through a prospectus published on the stock exchange.

 
 

Israel’s legislature has finally understood that crowdfunding should also be regulated and supervised by the Israel Securities Authority (ISA), and indeed regulation in this field is both necessary and welcome.

So which companies are best suited to raise funds through crowdfunding platforms? What is a “proposal coordinator” and how can it receive a license?

Dr. Zvi Gabbay, a former head of enforcement at the ISA, discusses in a short video all related questions on regulation and crowdfunding.

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