About Paul Niederer
Paul Niederer is one of the world’s leading authorities in equity-based crowdfunding investments and raisings and constructing collaborative funding solutions with or without the blockchain. He has personally been involved in over $75 million of transactions with 90 different companies seeking capital.
For the past few years, he has been focussed on global regulations for entities that raise funds. Mostly with Umbrella Fund companies and how they operate in an international global regulatory environment.
Of late, it is the new Australian CCIV (Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle) that has taken up his time as he prepares solutions for his pipeline of clients.
With the intense interest worldwide in Tokenisation, and Fractioalisation and the regulatory structures that can support them Paul is involved in consulting to a number of parties on how to structure their funding portals, digital processes and regulations to have successful raises with a fair deal for investors and stakeholders.
He regularly presents seminars on on a number of topics including the Blockchain and Funding Solutions, Collaborative Funding, Investor Crowdfunding and the Democratization of Capital.
Paul has spoked at a number of events worldwide including the annual Crowdfunding Bootcamp in Las Vegas, the Crowdfunding Asia Summit in Singapore, INSME Academy’s “How Small Businesses Can Embrace Crowdfunding for Success!”, the WASME 19th International Conference on SMEs in Durban, the Crowdfund Investing Innovation Forum in Orlando with the topic “Fraud and the Crowd” and an International Business Angels Event in Amsterdam.
His experience is with both accredited and unaccredited investor raises. While many jurisdictions have platforms running with only accredited investor raises Paul has had extensive experience in managing both accredited and unaccredited raises with both investor types often in the same raise. Internationally he is known as “Mr Governance” due to the fraud free reign he managed while day CEO of ASSOB, the world’s oldest equity crowdfunding platform. He as spoken in minimising fraud in equity based crowdfunding transactions a number of times.
Paul lives south of Brisbane on Australia’s eastern coast and relishes the opportunity to discuss peer to peer finance developments and any moves towards the democratisation of capital.
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