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Insights on venture capital investments in emerging companies

US MoneyTree Reporting: 2020

Deal activity and funding see year over year declines while mega-rounds drive increase in funding. The pandemic is affecting regions as they are locally impacted.

US VC deals fall for the third consecutive quarter in Q1’20: 9% QoQ and 16% YoY. In March 2020, US deals decrease 22% YoY, with some of the decline attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nonetheless, funding still rises 14% QoQ on the back of larger deals.

Nearly half of all US funding in Q1’20 comes from mega-rounds: Despite a slowdown in deals at the end of the quarter, 58 US companies raise rounds worth $100M or more in Q1’20, close to the record of 67 in Q2’19. 21 of these rounds took place in March 2020, suggesting COVID-19’s impact may become more apparent in Q2’20.

The number of unicorn companies reaches a new high, but aggregate valuation is falling. The number

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Investment and Insurance Products:

• Are not FDIC or any other Government Agency Insured • Are Not Bank Guaranteed • May Lose Value

Truist, BB&T®, BB&T Securities®, BB&T Sterling Advisors, Sterling Capital®, BB&T Investments, BB&T Scott

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Business names | ASIC – Australian Securities and Investments Commission

For more information about business names, see For Business.

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Register a business name using BRS

You can register a business name online using the Australian Government Business Registration Service (BRS). The BRS combines several business and tax registrations in one place, making it even easier to start a business.

Register a business name online

How to sign up for an ASIC Connect account

If you want to update your business name details (e.g. your address), you’ll need to create an ASIC Connect account. To create an account:

1. Go to ASIC Connect

This is our online service used for registering a business name. From the right hand side of the ASIC homepage, select the blue ASIC Connect box.

You’ll be taken to ASIC Connect. Select Sign up

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Wealth Management | Online Investments

Key to the figures
Moneyfarm returns net of fees since inception (01/01/2016 to 31/12/2019)
vs. average peer group performance over the same time period.
These past performance figures are simulated. Past performance is no indicator of future
performance.

Important information

Moneyfarm data

The returns here are simulated using an assumed balance of £250,000, and the average management fee from our pricing model of 0.46% from 01/01/2016 to 31/10/2017 and 0.55% from 01/11/2017 to the 31/12/19. The
returns are net of underlying fund costs and market spread. The returns are the total returns, so
include
all dividends. (Data Source: Bloomberg/xignite)

Peer Comparison Data

Asset Risk Consultants ARC collects the monthly returns of a collection of discretionary investment
managers
including large Asset managers, private banks and Wealth Managers to create an index of the average
returns
for a given level of risk.

ARC benchmarks

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Small business | ASIC – Australian Securities and Investments Commission

COVID-19 information for small business

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If you are operating or are planning to operate a small business as a registered company or under a registered business name, this content is for you.

ASIC assists small business as we regulate all companies, financial markets and providers of financial services and consumer credit in Australia and manage the registration of business names.

What is a small business?

A small business is defined differently by different regulators and laws.

ASIC administers the Corporations Act 2001 and this defines a ‘small proprietary company’. From financial years commencing on or after 1 July 2019, a ‘small proprietary company’ is defined as ‘small’ for a financial year if it satisfies at least two of the below criteria:

  • an annual revenue of less than $50 million
  • less than 100
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