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The crowdfunding equity platform ClubDealOnline launches ‘Round as a Service’

Thanks to the new service “RaaS”, the ClubDealOnline portal will allow to launch capital raising rounds reserved to companies that have already identified groups of private investors. Leveraging the versatility of its technological platform and the usability of its processes, ClubDealOnline allows companies to perfect the raising of capital in full compliance with the rules on solicitation of savings.

J. Frank Sigerson

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 ClubDealOnline (CDO), the crowdfunding equity platform reserved for high net worth individuals (HNWI), family office, wealth managers, financial advisors, and institutional investors, has launched the new Round as a Service – RaaS.

Thanks to this new service, ClubDealOnline makes its platform available to companies that have already identified groups of private investors and business angels interested in investing in their business development projects, thus hosting capital raising rounds in the same way as a private club deal.

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The platform is regulated by Consob

Leveraging the versatility of its technological platform and the usability of its processes, ClubDealOnline thus allows companies to perfect the raising of capital in full compliance with the rules on solicitation of savings and with maximum protection of investors’ rights. The platform uses an authorized and supervised Consob environment and digital processes that enhance the time of all those involved, the need for complete information and the technical quality of transactions.

The new service allows companies to structure the documentation and the transaction and to enjoy an IT infrastructure to deposit the material and conclude the investment. In addition, ClubDealOnline provides for the use of a trustee as the holder of the shares to finalize the investment, which makes it much easier for companies to manage the membership register. The latter will be able to safely invest in a platform regulated by Consob, complete the bureaucratic formalities digitally, access a reserved digital archive to view all the documentation useful for the investment, invest anonymously, thanks to the use of a trust company.

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It has already availed itself of RaaS RS Production, owner with Portobello spa of the publishing house Web Magazine Makers (which has a license for the Rolling Stone brand for Italy). Last June, Portobello and RS Production also launched Immediate, the first vertical business accelerator in the media and entertainment world in Europe.

Cristiano Busnardo, member and CEO of ClubDealOnline, explained: “The Round as a Service – also available for limited capital increases – is aimed at those companies that need to bring in new investors selected by them without the operations and compliance negatively impacting the effectiveness and efficiency of the fund raising process. It is a complete and, although new, already experienced service. The digital content production company RS Production, in fact, has concluded in a few days a round of investment with 5 investors who have subscribed the capital increase comfortably online, having all the necessary information and without the need of meeting or going to thenotary”.

ClubDealOnline selects the most interesting businesses for investors

The company is chaired by Roberto Ferrari, former general manager of CheBanca! (Mediobanca group) and former chief digital and innovation officer of Mediobanca. The platform aims to select the best scaleups and SMEs on the market to offer the most interesting businesses to the public of investors. The selection is entrusted to iStarter (an Italian accelerator based in London) and to partners specialized in SMEs.

The model provides for the header of the shares by a fiduciary and allows investors to aggregate the investments in a single entity, optimizing tax management and making the shares more liquid.

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J. Frank Sigerson is a business and financial journalist primarily covering crypto, cannabis, crowdfunding, technology, and marketing. He also writes about the movers and shakers in the stock market, especially in biotech, healthcare, mining, and blockchain. In the past, he has shared his thoughts on IT and design, social media, pop culture, food and wine, TV, film, and music. His works have been published in Investing.com, Equities.com, Seeking Alpha, Mogul, Small Cap Network, CNN, Technology.org, among others.