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Jeden Monat findet das Regionaltreffen in Frankfurt statt – durch die Corona-Pandemie zur Zeit vor allem virtuell. Die Regionaltreffen sind offen für Crowdfunding-Plattformen, sowohl für Mitglieder als auch für Nicht-Mitglieder unseres Verbandes. Am Donnerstag, den 4. Februar 2021 um 18 Uhr findet das nächste virtuelle Regionaltreffen statt, diesmal ist es allerdings in englischer Sprache. Alle weiteren Informationen folgen nun.

The European Crowdfunding Service Provider Regime – Perspectives from European Platforms

The European Crowdfunding Service Provider Regime will allow platforms from all over Europe to actively approach investors in Germany. The new license, availably by November 2021, will make the German Alternative Finance Market one of the most competitive markets in Europe, both in the area of equity-based Crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending-based crowdfunding for businesses.

The German Crowdfunding Association, in close partnership with our member, the law firm GSK Stockmann, is hosting this fireside chat of platforms entering the German market from outside of Europe. The purpose of the fireside chat is to discuss current challenges for Non-German platforms and experiences of non-German platforms in Germany.

The fire-side chat takes place on Feb 4th 2021 at 6pm (CET).

You can register via Zoom here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYvfuqvrzorGNVCZMuhX_XJcntKPmNbVLh7

Already, we are really excited to have a number of confirmations from platforms which are already active in Germany:

  • Jeff Lynn, Executive Chairman and Co-Funder of Seedrs
  • Marek Partel, CEO of Estate Guru, Mikhel Roosme, Head of Business Development, Nicola Picone, Managing Director of EstateGuru
  • Thorsten Seeger, CEO Germany of October.eu
  • Ines Lazdovska, General Counsel, Mintos
  • Henri Laupmaa, CEO Fundwise

We are also delighted to host our members to be part of this fire-side chat:

  • Damien Guermonprez, CEO at Lemonay

Our meetings are semi-public: we follow Chatham House Rules and we encourage open dialogue and discussion. We also ask our audience to actively participate during the meeting.