You’ve probably already heard that the BC Securities Commission along with several other jurisdictions recently adopted securities crowdfunding exemptions.

You can now learn about securities crowdfunding in a new video.

In the video, Oliver is unsure whether or not to invest in a crowdfunding start-up. Tara arrives to give him (and you!) a crash course in securities crowdfunding.

With new opportunities come new risks. There are 3 things you should do before investing in a securities crowdfunding start-up:

  • Know the process
  • Do your homework
  • Understand the risks

Take the time to follow these steps, & avoid taking unnecessary risks. This video is only an introduction into the world of securities crowdfunding. It’s just one of the many crowdfunding resources we have. To learn more, visit:

Questions about the new start-up crowdfunding exemptions? Please call BCSC Inquiries at 604-899-6854 or 1-800-373-6393, or email us at [email protected].

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