We're confident that entrepreneurs listed on Crowdcube have the best intentions and will treat investors fairly and without prejudice. However, in the unlikely event things don't go to plan it is important that you're protected. Company Law already gives minority shareholders class rights and protects them against unfair prejudice from unscrupulous behaviour. What's more, you may also get full voting and pre-emption rights depending on the investment giving you even greater protection. Good quality deal flow is vital to your investment strategy. That's why we verify key statements made on every pitch to ensure that its 'fair, clear and not misleading' before putting it live. Your research and judgement is still vital but it's reassuring to know we're checking things too.
Articles in this section
- Making an equity investment
- Investing in a mini-bond
- What is equity crowdfunding?
- How does investing actually work?
- What is a nominee?
- What is Crowdcube's equity crowdfunding due diligence process?
- Do all business go through the due diligence process?
- How many exits have there been from equity investments made through Crowdcube?
- How many businesses to fund on Crowdcube are still trading?
- What are the risks of investing in equity crowdfunding?