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B. Fabrègue, member of the Board of Blue Europe, have been published in Larcier Revue du Droit de l’Union Européenne, number 2022/2, with a paper on the relation between Crowdfunding and the simplification of law by the EU.

You can find the journal at this link : HERE
You can find the number summary under the following link:  HERE

Abstract
“ […]The Crowdfunding Regulation (2020/1503 ) breaks down national regulations, creating a regime that is extremely favourable to investors and market liquidity. Not integrated into the financial system while imitating certain measures of the latter, the new European crowdfunding puts in place measures proportionate to the stakes. The choice of “non-speciality”, the creation of a legal silo and an exit from the banking and financial regime.   Through a comparative legal study with the options chosen by Swiss and European legislators in the field of crowdfunding, this brief study aims to highlight the whereabouts of this specific regime. “

Henrique Horta

Henrique Horta, graduated from Lisbon’s ISCTE-IUL university with a masters in International Relations, the thesis focusing on Ukraine’s accession to the EU. With knowledge of demography, political science and history through his bachelors, Horta also knows Portuguese, Spanish, French and English, giving as well a more Atlanticist view of Central Europe.