One step closer to a global capital market
Austin, Texas –News Direct– DealMaker
DealMaker Inc, a leading digital capital raise platform, is the only platform now built for international capital market raises. Launching in September of 2022, UK issuers will now be able to invite investors from the UK, the US, and Canada to participate in their capital raise simultaneously.
This is a groundbreaking event – tackling the regulatory complexity for each market as well as the untapped potential that pre-IPO companies can now unlock.
“This is incredibly exciting for us,” Mat Goldstein, Co-founder & CSO states, “our mission has always been to work towards one global capital market, and this offering is an incredible first step.”
Typically, raising capital has been limited by geography due to unique regulatory bodies and requirements from country to country, even state to state. With this new streamlined approach provided by technology, issuers are able to meet regulatory requirements in a consolidated way, and tap into investor interest around the globe.
Leigh Nolan, email@example.com
DealMaker is on a mission to create the most sophisticated capital markets tools on the planet, empowering capital to flow faster. It offers a suite of primary issuance, shareholder management, and capital raising solutions including investor ranking algorithms and data analytics tools to support all global private placements exemptions. Its innovative technology was designed to enable organizations to own and control exempt market raises to get the money they need, faster. DealMaker puts forward-thinking organizations in control to run streamlined, successful capital raises in one centralized platform. The company’s offices are located in Toronto, Canada, Austin, Texas and Tampa, Florida. Visit DealMaker.tech for more information.
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