CCIV The new Australian Investment Vehicle – A 5 minute video overview
- July 18, 2022
- Posted by: Paul Niederer
- Category: CCIV
This is a 5 minute video overview of the new Australian Investment Vehicle called a CCIV. From July 1 2022 Australia gained a new investment structure exists. Your own Investment Company!
A CCIV new entity type is limited by shares. A CCIV is a single legal entity and must have at least one sub-fund. Sub-funds will not be separate legal entities, but each sub-fund’s assets and liabilities can be segregated from the assets and liabilities of other sub-funds.
Each CCIV has to have a corporate director, which, like other responsible entities in the corporation law framework, must be a public company and must have the new CCIV AFSL authorisation (financial services licence) appropriate Australian financial services licence.
The presenter is Paul Niederer
Paul Niederer is one of the world’s leading authorities in equity-based crowdfunding and crowdsales (token sale events), investor aggregation and trust-based blockchain-driven systems and the compliance processes and systems necessary to do the job properly. .
He has a day-to-day involvement in corporate fundraising vehicles and structures and is particularly passionate about the new CCIV fundraising and investment structure in Australia.
Globally Paul Niederer has been called – Mr Governance.
“Paul has experience in both accredited, and unaccredited investor raises. Internationally he is known as “Mr Governance” due to the fraud-free reign he managed when CEO of ASSOB in Australia, the world’s oldest equity crowdfunding platform”.
Paul has presented on funding and compliance to the SEC, FINRA, the British Parliament and a score of regulatory bodies Worldwide.
As a result of this experience in the compliance area and the hands-on experience of being involved in over 200 capital raisings for businesses, Paul is sought after to join teams and boards focussing on funding and compliance.
For further info about your own CCIV Investment Company contact Paul Niederer @ Raiseworth.
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