The New EU Crowdfunding Regulation - Explanations & Perspectives
This article is for scholars and lawyers with the purpose of providing the reader with a legal introduction to the new EU legislation on crowdfunding (Regulation EU (2020/1503) on European crowdfunding service providers for business (hereinafter the “ECSPR”)). The article focuses on key legal topics and aspects of the ECSPR, and seeks to provide perspectives, where applicable, of how the provisions of the ECSPR can be assessed from existing legislation of the EU Member States, mainly in a Danish law perspective. The authors are finance lawyers and will on the article include examples from practical legal application based in their experience.
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