Linked Finance boss urges government to boost suppport for crowdfunding
The government is being urged to introduce tax incentives and other measures to boost growth in the nascent crowdfunding sector.
Linked Finance, the leading crowdfunding platform in Ireland, has called on the government to consider providing 20 per cent of the funding for peer to peer business loans online.
Citing a UK initiative from 2013, whereby £20 million was invested in small business crowdlending, Linked Finance argued the move would help provide credit at significantly lower...
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