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Start-up Investing is Alive and Well Despite the Pandemic
Author: Dan BrecherDate: September 7, 2020
While the COVID-19 pandemic has made capital formation more challenging for start-ups, the situation isn’t nearly as dire as one SEC Commissioner suggests. As we have seen firsthand, many entrepreneurs and startups are successfully funding and growing their businesses.
Last month, Commissioner Hester Peirce of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), delivered a lovely paean to an 18th Century founding father of modern Japan in a speech she gave to the Institute for Excellence in Corporate Governance at its 18th Annual Corporate Governance Conference. But in what I view as a misguided portion of her otherwise scholarly presentation on Japanese economic history, Peirce criticized America’s regulatory system for startup and early-stage corporate fundings, claiming there are "intricately thick regulatory barriers" that make it difficult for entrepreneurs and start-ups to raise capital. Among other views with which I disagree below, Peirce stated "Regulatory barriers are surmountable by the wealthy, well-connected and entrenched, but the people who could benefit the most by joining forces with friends and neighbors to build a profit-making enterprise that serves their communities have a much more difficult time."
What Start-Ups Should Know About Attorney-Client Privilege
Start-ups often need legal advice when getting their business off the ground... Start-ups often need legal advice when getting their...
Top Six New York Start-up Tips
Getting A New York Start-up Company Off the Ground is No Easy Task Getting a New York start-up company off...
Incubator or Accelerator? Which Is Right For Your Start-up?
Could an Incubator or Accelerator Benefit Your Startup? Startups often need help getting off the ground. One increasingly popular option...
Tips to Consider Before Investing in a Start-Up
What You Should Consider Before Investing in a Start-up While the economy is steadily improving, 75 percent of all start-ups...
Top 5 Legal Mistakes Start-Ups Make
January 27, 2016
What Are the Top Legal Mistakes Start-Ups Make? (And How to Avoid Them) Getting a start-up off the ground can...
What Is Business Triage? And Can It Help Your Start-Up?
January 18, 2016
Many business owners are familiar with the term “triage” in the medical setting, but do you know how the process...
Year in Review: Tips for Start-Ups In New York & New Jersey
January 13, 2016
Entrepreneurs know first hand that getting start-ups off the ground can be a monumental task, especially start-ups in New York...
3 Start-ups With A Ground-Breaking Business Concept
November 24, 2015
To obtain funding, start-ups and other growing businesses need a unique business concept to stand out from the competition. In...
Start-Up Financing: Due Diligence Is a Two-Way Street
July 10, 2015
When launching a new venture, it can be tempting to accept start-up financing from anyone who offers it. However, entrepreneurs...
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