Video Interview: Optimize Capital Markets Supercharges Crowdfunding with Institutional Investor focus

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NCFA interview with Matt McGrath on Institutional Crowdfunding

NCFA Canada hosts an interview video with Matthew McGrath, CEO/Founder of Optimize Capital Markets, an Institutional equity crowdfunding portal.  Portals like Optimize Capital Markets are using crowdfunding to fund companies and ventures seeking early stage and growth capital ideally between $2-20M.

In this video, we sit down with Matt Mcgrath from Optimize Capital Markets and find out how institutional crowdfunding is changing the way larger capital investments are being conducted.

In Mr. Mcgrath’s words, Optimize Capital Markets are “Just in the first inning” of finding the potential of institutional crowdfunding, and they are cultivating many innovative and socially responsible projects in various sectors including clean tech and life sciences.

Panel Speaker:  Matt Mcgrath, President and CEO of Optimize Capital Markets

mattmcgrath_180OptimizecapitalmarketsOptimize Capital Markets is unique to standard crowdfunding portals in that it pairs pre-selected companies (3-5 per month), with pre-selected investors. This highly curated environment is very conducive to companies seeking large capital to find the funding they need from accredited investors. The individual contribution from these investors is between $100k-low millions. As we find in this video, sites like Optimize Capital Markets are good platforms for hand selected companies and pre-screened investors to connect, creating mutually beneficial opportunities for both.

Video Interview: NCFA Canada and Matt McGrath of Optimize Capital Markets on Institutional Crowdfunding
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NCFA Canada hosts an interview video with Matthew McGrath, CEO/Founder of Optimize Capital Markets, an Institutional equity crowdfunding portal. Portals like Optimize Capital Markets are using crowdfunding to fund companies and ventures seeking early stage and growth capital ideally between $2-20M. In this video, we sit down with Matt Mcgrath from Optimize Capital Markets and find out how institutional crowdfunding is changing the way larger capital investments are being conducted. In Mr. Mcgrath’s words, Optimize Capital Markets are “Just in the first inning” of finding the potential of institutional crowdfunding, and they are cultivating many innovative and socially responsible projects in various sectors including clean tech and life sciences. To learn more visit: https://www.optimizecapitalmarkets.com/ http://www.ncfacanada.org/

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