With the development of fintech, alternative methods of financing are gaining popularity. One of them is crowdfunding, a funding system that relies on voluntary contributions from people. Having a good idea and creating a campaign using the crowdfunding platform, you can not only collect the amount necessary for implementation, but also attract like-minded people and potential customers. Unlike donations, in crowdfunding, contributors receive some kind of reward for their donation - tangible or intangible.
To conduct crowdfunding business in the EU territory, you need to obtain a consumer lending and public finance license. The term for obtaining such a license in Lithuania is 1 month, minimum authorized capital of a company is 40 000 euros.
Do you wish to obtain a license for crowdfunding business in the EU territory? Contact us and get professional consultation.
- Preparation of documents for obtaining a consumer lending and public finance license;
- Registration of a company in Lithuania, with all the necessary documents;
- Accounting, preparation of the necessary reports for your company for regulatory authorities;
- Lawyer consulting;
- Preparation and conduct of audit.