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Full speed ahead to campaign's end


Dear Companists,

Of course, we were optimistic, but we didn't expect to reach the million euro mark so quickly. Thanks to you, the Companists, we were able to collect a million within the first 8 days. We welcome this trend. 


We are entering into the finishing stretch


The only thing that can stop the euphoria now is the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority's narrow interpretation of the Small-Scale Investor Protection Act, which limits the financing volume to €1.4 million.


The Small-Scale Investor Protection Act limits financing opportunities

The Federal Financial Supervisory Authority is responsible for enforcing the Small-Scale Investor Protection Act, which allows campaigns to raise a maximum of €2.5 million in venture capital before they are required to draw up a prospectus.

Last year, we completed a successful campaign on Companisto and were able to raise €1.1 million of venture capital from 1,280 investors.  According to the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority's view on the matter, this means AMERIA is only allowed to raise €1.4 million, instead of once again raising €2.5 million in venture capital.

So, for those of you who'd still like to invest: Time is running out. We believe the campaign will end in two to three days. As soon as the €1.4 million threshold is reached, we'll no longer able to receive investments through Companisto.


Kind Regards

Your AMERIA Team


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