How crowdfunding actually work

Modified on Thu, 25 Jan 2024 at 03:09 PM

Crowdfunding is a way to raise funds from the ‘crowd’, this enables businesses to access financing from a wider group of investors beyond your circle of contacts. 


Crowdfunding enables business owners to raise funds from investors through securities (bonds and equities) and is approved by the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) of Thailand. PeerPower helps business owners and investors connect, so that owners can grow their businesses further, while investors get financial returns on the fund they invest in businesses.


We provide two types of crowdfunding solutions: 

1) crowdfunding bonds (debt crowdfunding) and 

2) crowdfunding equities. 


Crowdfunding securities are different from securities sold in the public markets in the following ways: 

- They are not sold publicly, but only to registered investors through SEC-regulated online platforms such as PeerPower. 


- They are usually issued by small and medium-sized, private businesses, rather than public companies or corporates. Therefore, crowdfunding securities are a great way to support smaller businesses and also invest in fast-growing private businesses that are not in the stock market. 

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