Exactly one year ago, the regulation on ‘European crowdfunding service providers for business’ was published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
As of November 10, 2021, platforms must take the necessary steps to obtain ECSP status before November 2022.
This new regulation represents a great window for European harmonisation, as crowdfunding platforms will get an opportunity to apply for an EU passport based on a single set of rules and start offering cross-border alternative finance services. Nevertheless, this new regulation requires platforms to comply and anticipate some key changes:
✅What will it change in concrete terms for crowdfunding platforms?
✅Which crowdfunding platform the regulation will affect?
✅ECSP’s license: what are the requirements?
✅PSD2 and ECSP: How to connect the dots?
Our answers during this webinar!