CoAssets in talks with Malaysia’s Securities Commission for equities crowdfunding permit: Getty Goh

CoAssets founder and chief executive, Getty Goh,

Singapore-based crowdfunding platform CoAssets, which recently celebrated a landmark, with the success of its first local real estate project, is in talks with the Malaysian’s Securities Commission  to extend its offerings there, its founder and chief executive, Getty Goh, said in an interaction. Australia-listed CoAssets did not make the cut when Malaysia recently announced that it had approved six equity based crowdfunding companies to launch services.  “Our position was more on real estate crowdfunding, and they were probably looking at more in terms of equity crowdfunding in other areas, but we think that we have a case and through our lawyers, are starting discussions with the Malaysian Securities Commission,” Goh said.

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