Guide to Investment Crowdfunding Regulations in Canada

With Alixe Cormick,  President & Founder of Venture Law and a regular contributor to NCFA, one of the leading legal experts in Canada

In Canada, building your own investment crowdfunding platform and using it to raise funds is both a complex and highly regulated process.

Due to a rising number of both federal and provincial laws regulating different segments of the industry, ensuring full compliance when starting a crowdfunding platform is getting even more complicated.

However, by partnering up with the right organizations that have expert knowledge and experience, you can make this process considerably simpler.

To help you get started, we joined one of Canada’s leading experts in crowdfunding law to present you with actionable tips on how to navigate the major crowdfunding regulations and start your own crowdfunding platform in Canada.

By joining this webinar, you'll learn:

  • Overview of major investment crowdfunding regulations in Canada
  • Differences between equity, debt, and real estate crowdfunding regulations
  • Major differences in regulations across Canadian provinces
  • Future of investment crowdfunding regulations
  • The new regime of crowdfunding exemptions

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Alixe Cormick

President & Founder of Venture Law
  • Alixe has been practicing securities law in Canada since 1994
  • A member of Commercialization Advisory Board of the Life Science Institute at the University of British Columbia
  • The Advisory Board member of the Canadian National Crowdfunding and Fintech Association
  • Member of the advisory board of two private tech companies
  • Alixe is an active speaker on the topic of crowdfunding, raising capital, and going public at conferences in Asia and North America
  • You may follow her on twitter at @alixecormick