New measure to close equity gap for small companies

A recent piece of secondary legislation introduced by the government should mean that small and unlisted firms will soon find it easier to raise capital from private investors.

The changes to the Financial Promotion Order (made as part of the two year Review of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000) will:

  • Introduce self-certification for high net worth and sophisticated investors, "making it easier for these groups to exempt themselves from the financial promotion rules." The government says that this will make it easier for small firms to approach wealthy or experienced inve

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good start.......

martinfoley07 | | Permalink

......if very limited. Now can we get the FSA out of it as well, please. Widows and orphans should indeed be protected, as should participants in public markets. But we (and of course the USA) have gone way past that. The raft of regulation that strangles private activity between grown consenting adults who should be able to look after their own interests without the State stepping in beggars belief.
Martin Foley