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FrontFundr Launches Its Own Fundraising Campaign to Raise Up to $5M | Open to the Public Until Nov 4

Betakit | Josh Scott | Sep 21, 2022

FrontFundrs team Sep 2022 - FrontFundr Launches Its Own Fundraising Campaign to Raise Up to $5M | Open to the Public Until Nov 4FrontFundr has launched its own fundraising campaign on FrontFundr, which the company said will remain open to the public until November 4.

  • Toronto-based FrontFundr has announced that it has helped startups raise over $140 million across more than 100 fundraising campaigns using its equity crowdfunding platform.
  • Since Canadian regulators introduced harmonized crowdfunding rules across Canada, making equity crowdfunding more accessible, Van Hoeken has seen its popularity rise, especially as broader economic conditions have worsened.
  • So far, FrontFundr has raised a total of $7.3 million CAD from over 900 investors. The company aims to raise another $2.5 million to $5 million through its latest offering to support its product development plans and boost its sales.
  • To date, FrontFundr has built a community of more than 30,000 users. The startup’s platform has helped Canadian tech startups like Manzil, Caary, and FrontFundr itself raise capital.
  • Van Hoeken also sees a future where FrontFundr can help more public companies raise money using its platform. Over the longer-term, FrontFundr has ambitions to “spread [its] wings” across North America and into the United States.

See:  Fintech Fridays EP57: 10 Years of Investment Crowdfunding: Past, Present & Future Since the JOBS Act

Peter-Paul Van Hoeken, Founder/CEO, FrontFundr:

As interest rate increases restrict available capital, more founders and growth stage companies will be looking at alternative financing options to bolster their available capital options along different funding stages, from pre-seed and seed to Series A. Investment crowdfunding offers founders an attractive and viable alternative or additional source of funding to traditional angel and VC investment. As a result, we’ve seen an increasing amount of funding raised through investment crowdfunding.

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Indigenous Communities Call on Canada’s Capital Markets to Help Rebuild Economies

Investment Executive | Melissa Shin | Sep 19, 2022

Indigenous and first nations - Indigenous Communities Call on Canada's Capital Markets to Help Rebuild EconomiesAs the country prepares to mark the second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Indigenous communities are calling on Canada’s capital markets to support the rebuilding of Indigenous economies.

  • In June, more than 20 Indigenous organizations released the National Indigenous Economic Strategy, which contains immediate actions industry, governments and institutions can take to support Indigenous prosperity.
    • The strategy argues that Indigenous prosperity is tied to Canada’s prosperity, citing 2016 research from the National Indigenous Economic Development Board that found economic marginalization of Indigenous peoples costs the economy $27.7 billion each year, or 1.5% of GDP.
  • Actions specific to the financial services industry include mandating the disclosure of Indigenous procurement and requiring that publicly traded companies report on Indigenous employment and contracting.
  • Mark Sevestre, founding member and senior advisor to the National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association (NATOA), said institutional investors — Indigenous and non-Indigenous alike — also are demanding that companies improve their relationships with Indigenous communities. NATOA advised on the Indigenous economic strategy.

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  • In June 2021, a bill stating that all Canadian law must be consistent with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) received royal assent. The law requires an action plan to be developed within two years of the bill’s passage.
    • Since November 2021, Bull has sat on the Indigenous advisory council to Toronto-based Canadian National Railway Co. “To me, it’s an opportunity for transformational change because you’re bringing Indigenous leaders into your boardroom,” she said.

Tabatha Bull, president and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB):

Indigenous people were intentionally excluded from the economy in Canada.  Because that exclusion took place over centuries, remedying the situation is going to take more than decades, and we can’t wait any longer.

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KPMG Fintech Pulse H1’22 Report: Global Fintech Investments $107.8B across 2,980 Deals

KPMG | Sep 2022

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  • Global investment in fintech falls to $107.8 billion despite robust VC funding
    • Global investment in fintech fell from $111.2 billion across 3,372 deals in H1’22 to $107.8 billion across 2,980 deals in H1’21, mirroring the decline in investment experienced in the broader technology sector.
    • Total fintech investment and deals volume declined in both the Americas and EMEA regions, while the Asia-Pacific region attracted a new annual high of fintech investment amidst a decline in the number of deals.
  • US attracts vast majority of fintech investment in Americas
    • The US accounted for $34.9 billion of fintech investment in the Americas during H1’22, a drop from $49.7 billion in H2’22. Fintech investment outside of the US dropped even more prodigiously in the wake of the rapid rise in global geopolitical and macroeconomic uncertainty.
    • Brazil and Canada seeing declines in investment greater than 50 percent between H2’21 and H1’22. Brazil saw fintech investment drop from $3.7 billion to $1.4 billion, while Canada saw investment fall from $1.9 billion to $810 million.
  • Investors turning focus to profitability and cash flow
    • Given rising interest rates, increasing levels of inflation, and growing concerns about an economic recession, fintech investors across the Americas enhanced their focus on profitability, top-line revenue growth and cash flow when evaluating targets and companies within their portfolios.

See:  CB Insights: Canadian Fintech Funding Dropped 70 Percent in Q2-2022 YoY

  • Trends to watch for in H2’22
    • Market corrections — including declining valuations, increasing M&A and a growing number of distressed businesses — in light of the predicted recession and the over-enthusiasm and over-investment in key areas over the last 18 months.
    • Continued focus on embedded solutions, including payments, finance, and insurance.
    • Big tech companies and other corporates prioritizing partnerships, while also looking for opportunities for add-ins at bargain prices compared to recent years.
    • Growing focus on B2B solutions aimed at improvement of infrastructure or on the optimization of operational activities like AR/AP.
    • Blockchain and crypto space takes hit, still sees big deals.  Slowdown in crypto interest and investment, particularly retail firms offering coins, tokens and NFTs.
    • Increasing focus on underdeveloped fintech markets, including jurisdictions in Africa.
    • Payments space stays hot in eyes of investors in H1’22, but could taper off
    • C investment in fintech remains robust as Europe sets new record

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KKR Partners with Securitize to Launch Part of Health Care Fund on Avalanche’s Public Blockchain

WSJ | Miriam Gottfried | Sep 13, 2022

blockchain tokenized funds - KKR Partners with Securitize to Launch Part of Health Care Fund on Avalanche's Public BlockchainKKR & Co. is making a slice of one of its private-equity funds available on the public blockchain, in the latest bid to expand individual investors’ access to private investment vehicles.

  • Securitize, a leading digital asset securities firm, today announced the launch of a fund tokenizing an interest in KKR’s Health Care Strategic Growth Fund II (“HCSG II”) on the Avalanche public blockchain. This is a major step toward making institutional private market strategies more accessible to individual investors.
  • The new Securitize tokenized fund (the “Fund”) marks the first time exposure to one of KKR’s alternative investment strategies has been offered in a digital format in the U.S. The Fund is managed by Securitize’s digital asset management arm, Securitize Capital, and provides exposure to KKR’s health care growth equity investing strategy.
  • Executives said the move by KKR will be the first time a major private-equity firm has made a portion of a fund available on the blockchain in the U.S.
  • KKR managed about $70 billion of private-wealth assets as of the end of the second quarter, out of a total of $491 billion. It said last November it expects 30% to 50% of its annual fundraising will eventually come from wealthy individuals, up from 10% to 20% at the time.

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  • A tokenized fund will allow individuals to invest smaller amounts than would be required of institutions and provide a smoother process for monitoring transactions and vetting investors through Securtize’s digitized onboarding process, as well as greater potential for liquidity, said Dan Parant, co-head of U.S. private wealth at KKR.
  • Qualified purchasers—generally those with at least $5 million in investible assets—who create a digital wallet and sign up with Securitize will be able to invest in the KKR fund via what will effectively be a tokenized feeder fund. After a year of holding the security, investors will be able to sell it to other qualified individuals on a secondary market managed by a unit of Securitize.

NCFA Jan 2018 resize - KKR Partners with Securitize to Launch Part of Health Care Fund on Avalanche's Public BlockchainThe National Crowdfunding & Fintech Association (NCFA Canada) is a financial innovation ecosystem that provides education, market intelligence, industry stewardship, networking and funding opportunities and services to thousands of community members and works closely with industry, government, partners and affiliates to create a vibrant and innovative fintech and funding industry in Canada. Decentralized and distributed, NCFA is engaged with global stakeholders and helps incubate projects and investment in fintech, alternative finance, crowdfunding, peer-to-peer finance, payments, digital assets and tokens, blockchain, cryptocurrency, regtech, and insurtech sectors. Join Canada's Fintech & Funding Community today FREE! Or become a contributing member and get perks. For more information, please visit: www.ncfacanada.org

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Listed Issuer Financing Exemption: Canadian Securities Regulators Adopt Streamlined Capital-raising Option

CSA Release | Sep 8, 2022

raising capital - Listed Issuer Financing Exemption:  Canadian Securities Regulators Adopt Streamlined Capital-raising OptionVancouver – The  Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) is adopting a new prospectus exemption for issuers listed on a Canadian stock exchange, aimed at providing a more efficient way for them to raise capital.

The Listed Issuer Financing Exemption will reduce costs for issuers raising smaller amounts of capital through the public markets. It will also allow smaller issuers greater access to retail investors and provide retail investors with a broader choice of investments.

  • The prospectus exemption will be available to issuers that have been a reporting issuer in a Canadian jurisdiction for at least 12 months and have filed all continuous disclosure documents required under Canadian securities legislation. Eligible issuers will need to file a short offering document.
  • Issuers using this exemption may annually raise up to the greater of $5 million or 10 per cent of the issuer’s market capitalization, to a maximum of $10 million. Securities issued under the exemption will be freely tradeable.
  • The exemption was developed in response to comments received from CSA Consultation Paper 51-404 Considerations for Reducing Regulatory Burden for Non-Investment Fund Reporting Issuers. It also reflects research on capital-raising requirements in other countries and other stakeholder feedback about the prospectus system.

See:

CSA Announces New Investor Advisory Panel Members (with lots of lawyers but no investors)

CSA releases 2022-2025 Business Plan focused on investor protection

  • In response to comments received by the CSA on the proposed exemption, changes were made to increase investor protection, including imposing primary offering statutory liability in the event of a misrepresentation in the issuer’s offering document or certain continuous disclosure.
  • Provided all necessary Ministerial approvals are obtained, the amendments will come into force on November 21, 2022. A copy of the amendments can be found on CSA members’ websites.

 

“We heard that the time and cost of preparing a short form prospectus was a barrier to capital-raising for smaller issuers,” said Stan Magidson, CSA Chair and Chair and CEO of the Alberta Securities Commission. “This exemption will reduce regulatory burden for small offerings while maintaining investor protection.”

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CI Interview: Securities Crowdfunding Under Reg A+, Reg CF, Fractional with Etan Butler of Dalmore Group

Crowdfund Insider | J.D. Alois | Sep 8, 2022

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Dalmore Group is a regulated broker-dealer that is very active in the securities crowdfunding sector, helping firms raise money using Reg A+ (Regulation A), Reg CF, as well as Reg D. Dalmore not only enables funding via exempt securities offerings but it also provides secondary share access, including fractional share offerings.

While Reg D (both 506c and 506b) is only available to accredited investors, Reg A+ and Reg CF allow non-accredited investors to gain access to private securities. Last year, the Securities and Exchange Commission made several material improvements to the private securities marketplace including increasing the funding cap under Reg CF to $5 million, from an anemic $1.02 million and Reg A+ from $50 million to $75 million. These changes, along with several others, have been good for the securities crowdfunding market as funding portals and broker-dealers work to assist private firms to gain the growth capital they need to thrive.

As the online investment market has grown, several broker-dealers have risen in prominence in this business – Dalmore is one of them. Their name is frequently listed as the broker of record on securities offerings (think the recent Boxabl success) – including Reg A+ issuers which do not need to be listed on a platform. According to the company’s website, Dalmore has worked with over 230 issuers having facilitated over $3.6 billion in live Reg A+ offerings – including a pipeline of a whopping $4.3 billion in future securities offerings.

See:  Regulatory Committee: SEC Small Business Advisory Votes to Improve Secondary Trading of Reg A+ Securities

Recently CI connected with Etan Butler, the founder and Chairman of Dalmore Group – to discuss online capital formation today and his expectations for the future:

Select Interview Highlights

  • Hockey stick growth: Asked if the COVID health crisis, and rising inflation have impacted Dalmore’s operations – similar to what we are hearing about VC funding – Butler said, no it hasn’t and the number of clients and inbound calls has increased consistently.
  • Online funding channels gaining popularity: Butler added that more companies are showing a preference for online capital formation as opposed to being forced into it – say a SPAC has fallen through.  While there is risk in choosing any path, the option to crowdfund and raise on own terms is gaining in popularity said Butler.
  • RegA+ specialists: “We work with companies looking to raise $3 to $5M which is often a bridge to a Reg A”+, he said. Butler added that they do a lot of Reg Ds but, at this point, the vast majority of their clients are Reg A+ issuers with Reg CF and Reg D offerings growing. There are also a number of Reg S (international) offerings they have enabled.

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  • On deal quality:  Butler acknowledged that when you open up the private securities market there will be more deals that are “subpar.” But at the same time, there will be more deals that come to market that can be the “next big thing.”
  • You highlight fractional shares on your website. This allows the issuer to fractionalize the asset. At the time of our discussion, Dalmore had worked with more than 35 Series issuers. Butler said these can help an investor diversify their portfolio too as they can determine what assets they hold as opposed to someone else’s fund. There is a caveat that some of these assets may have very little liquidity.

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A16Z Launches 6 New NFT Licenses Under ‘Can’t Be Evil’ Principle

The Defiant | Owen Fernau | Sep 2, 2022

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Who owns what when someone owns an NFT? The answer is not always clear.

  • When Actor Seth Green’s Bored Ape was stolen, for instance, it brought plans for a show with the animated character into question.
  • There’s the ambiguity of whether the metadata, the code that creates NFT images, is actually stored in a way owners can rely on. And then there is the more general mystery of how someone can “own” digital images or characters that are only a right-click away from duplication.

a16z delves into the world of IP rights and royalties (unusual for a VC company for sure)

  • In a post published on Aug. 31, a16z partners Miles Jennings and Chris Dixon said traditional copyright approaches are too restrictive for creators and cannot keep pace with technological change.

See:  Strategies for Protecting NFT Brand/product IP in the Metaverse

  • On Aug. 31, a16z, as the firm is known, launched six new NFT licenses under the brand “Can’t Be Evil” that purport to help artists monetize the new technology. The licenses have been released to the public gratis.
  • pplying the 'Can't Be Evil' principle to NFT licenses
  • According to the VC firm, the licenses aim to accomplish three goals:
  1. First, the licenses are meant to help NFT creators protect and distribute their intellectual property.
  2. They are also designed to grant NFT holders a set of ironclad rights.
  3. And third the instruments are supposed to help creators, holders, and the community at large leverage the licenses to “unleash the creative and economic potential of their projects.”

See: 

What do you mean NFTs can now by cloned by ‘Mimics’?

Intellectual Property and NFTs: What you need to know

Miles Jennings and Chris Dixon said:

Now that web3 innovations are testing the limits of traditional legal frameworks, it’s time for a new set of licenses designed specifically for non-fungible tokens, or NFTs.

Not everyone is excited about the license: Andrew Hutchinson, head of content at Social Media Today, which provides analysis about the social media industry, didn’t see anything new in the development.

Web3 bros keep coming up with ‘new’ systems, which essentially replicate existing regulatory frameworks,” he tweeted, “but then pretend like they’ve come up with some revolutionary concept.

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