UK crowdfunding association (UKCFA)

The UK Crowdfunding Association was formed in 2013 with the purpose of promoting the interests of crowdfunding platforms, their investors, and clients. By working together and speaking with one voice, they successfully cooperate with regulators and lawmakers to take the industry forward as a force for positive change in the UK’s financial sector.

The UK Crowdfunding Association upholds certain standards, requiring their members to agree on the UKCFA code of conduct, and champion crowdfunding with various promotional and lobbying activities. All the UKCFA members also agree to support calls for a strong regulatory framework, which will protect platforms, businesses, and investors without stifling the industry’s capacity for growth.

Key information

  • Address 10 Queen Street Place, London, EC4R 1BE, GB

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