About crowdfunding and alternative finance
MIPISE launches the first operations on its digital platform for Private Equity fund subscription
Following the launch of its dematerialised Private Equity fund subscription workflow solution, MIPISE announces the launch of the first operations alongside leading players in the sector such as Equitis.
The dematerialization of the fund subscription process
INTERVIEW| Digital technologies provide new opportunities to the financial sector, enabling it to optimize business processes, to secure operations, to adapt to regulatory changes and to respond to new customer uses.
How to facilitate the cash flow management of crowdfunding platforms outside the SEPA zone?
In line with its initial purpose of creating tools to facilitate alternative finance and to make crowdfunding accessible to a wide range of countries, MIPISE is launching a new innovative fund collecting solution for third-party accounts directly backed by a bank account. This pathbreaking feature aims to facilitate the cash flow management of crowdfunding platforms operating outside the SEPA zone, in countries lacking payment institutions.
ICOs: promising developments
Unknown to the general public, the term ICO is increasingly used in the business world. An ICO (Initial Coin Offering) is ultimately nothing more than a fundraising operation. France is the first country to establish an open regulation and aims at making the Paris financial centre more attractive. The Participatory Investment Advisors (PIA) have a place to take.
Crowdfunding and crowdsourcing: economic and social impacts
The democratisation of the internet and digitalisation of financial activity have opened the door to new community-based collaborative opportunities, encouraging mutual aid through individual solidarity investment or the pooling of ideas and skills for the benefit of collective projects.
Crowdlending: ideas for building a successful model
The debate on the sustainability of the Crowdlending model is regularly rekindled in the media and on social networks following the failure of one or two platforms. With this in mind, MIPISE, a solution leader in participatory funding in white labels, would like to bring to the table some ideas from its observations of the activity and performance of the platforms it supports.