Crowd for Angels News
Thank you to those who took part in the Crowd for Angels (CfA) Initial Coin Offering ICO and the simultaneous Liquid Crypto Bond offering. The ICO was completed on March 31st, 2018 and the tokens listed on 12th April. This was a remarkable turnaround. The Bond Offer continues on the Crowd for Angels platform on […]
CROWD FOR ANGELS ICO PROGRESSING AHEAD OF SCHEDULE Crowdfunding platform Crowd for Angels is pleased to announce that is making progress in advancing its unique “Liquid Crypto Bond” issue and Initial Coin Offering (ICO) of its ANGEL tokens. The company is looking to raise up to £50 million through the bond issue and is issuing […]
21 December 2017 Legendary Investments PLC (“Legendary” or the “Company”) Acquisition of Stake in Crowd Funding Platform and Issue of Equity Legendary is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to acquire 9.7% of Crowd for Angels (UK) Limited (“CfA”) at a post money valuation for CfA of £3.7 million. CfA owns […]
Crowd for Angels is delighted to announce that Ken Tachibana has joined the company as an advisor. He is the founder and managing principal of Intelligence Capital and global chairman of cyber security firm, with a 30 year track record of success in venture capital, start-ups, technology, and Silicon Valley. He also recently co-founded Digifund, […]
Crowd for Angels, one of the UK’s leading crowdfunding companies, is pleased to announce that it has selected Paysafe as its payment processing provider.
Crowd for Angels, one of the UK’s leading crowdfunding companies, is pleased to announce it is now a member of the UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA). The UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA) is the national trade association representing angel and early stage investment. The UKBAA aims to: Represent the voice of the angel investment community and ensure […]
Crowd for Angels is delighted to announce that growth company guru and charity ambassador Oliver Rothschild has become a shareholder in the company. This further strengthens his ties with the business, at which he became a special advisor to the board in January this year.
Driven by increasing life expectancy rates and record low interest rates, levels of income provided by annuities have plunged over the past couple of decades. Back in the 1990s a 65 year old man with a pension fund of £100,000 could quite easily secure an income of c.£15,000 a year until death via a life annuity. However in 2016 an equally large pension pot is unlikely to pay our retiree more than £5,000 per annum. Could crowdfunding be the answer?
Tony De Nazareth, who has over 30 years’ experience in investment banking, venture capital and lending, has launched Crowd for Angels, a platform to provide funding for companies from the beginning till it is listed. The launch pitches include film company, The Series Ltd, which is looking to raise funds for TV drama, the Mughals, Bet Fast Ltd, a mobile software company and AIM listed company Advanced Oncotherapy, a provider of radiotherapy systems, which has a £22.7 m market cap and recently raised £6 m through traditional channels.
It is launched by Tony De Nazareth who has over 30 years’ experience of investment banking, venture capital and lending. He has combined his experience and knowledge of finance with his interest in social media and technology to create an innovative source of funding that competes with, and has the potential to replace the traditional sources of funding for companies.