Since Title II of the JOBS Act went into effect September 23, 2013 , crowdfunding has been gaining traction. With investors becoming increasingly more comfortable with new Fintech platforms, the amount of money invested in crowdfunding in the Americas jumped from $11.4 billion in 2014 to $36.49 billion in 2015 - and market research analysts predict the overall industry will grow at a compounded average annual rate of 27% through 2020.
Deal flow on platforms is also on the rise, with issuers from the most cutting edge start-ups to the more traditional...
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