Is The Property Crowd authorised and regulated by the FMA.?

Last updated on 04 April 2019

The Property Crowd holds a crowdfunding license to act as a prescribed intermediary under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 and is regulated by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA). This means that The Property Crowd has fulfilled FMA’s licensing requirements and standards and is monitored on an ongoing basis to ensure it maintains those standards. The Property Crowd's directors have been scrutinised to show they are fit and proper to hold office and all management and staff are vetted by us to meet the criteria as required by our license.

Our FMA crowdfunding license can be found at -

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