Trust and crowdfunding are market tools with excellent synergy for Argentina’s economic recovery in the post-pandemic, since they promote collective financing by bringing together investors, innovative projects and companies underfunded due to recurring crises.

The system works combine investment and financing with associative will from the person concerned to a risky project, with the support of a technological platform and the support of a trust contract.

This is how a virtuous circle which increases the security, transparency, accessibility and trust so that investors can evaluate different alternatives directly with detailed online information.

While his the joint application is new, the demand is constant due to the rapid impact it generates in projects where quality information, transactional security technology, collective financing and productive projects must be intelligently combined, especially those with a social and environmental impact.

In addition, the synergy promotes social integration because it generates benefits for new investors with accessible and personalized prices, an element of considerable importance in contexts where uncertainty and mistrust predominate. This is why the markets are interested in projects focusing on sustainability, as is the case internationally.

The reforms needed to boost crowdfunding in the recovery

In Argentina and To push it to scale, the state should motorize productive recovery descent fiscal pressure and the promotion of private investment, With an added bonus, you have a large amount of unproductive real estate scattered across the country to get you started on mixed projects quickly.

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Corn the system must be professionalized with the bringing together of teams with practical experience of the real economy, who capitalize on the spirit of independence of work and merit without losing the security and regulatory guarantees that the investor needs.

In this way, collective investment systems will be able to generate volume and cover financing needs as part of the trust and crowdfunding.

For this, the public-private system must prioritize projects that boost production across the country to generate real jobs, but only validating underlying value-creating companies.

This requires qualified professionals free of ideologies, which design investments on trusts also leveraged with other tools such as DRS, leasing, SGR (reciprocal guarantee companies) and the capital market.

The role of the state in promoting crowdfunding tools

In this context of inflation e uncertainty is not sufficient for the synergy of the strategic use of these instruments, because stable rules and state support are needed through delayed tax and labor reforms.

Corn too much with the achievement of a long-term infrastructure and transport works plan supporting the growth of production, where the figure of trust also becomes the ideal partner to combine private initiative with the capital market, technological progress, academic knowledge, adequacy and strategic planning.

The legal security and a sound tax and regulatory regime are the keys to boosting the risky investment and the planning of much-needed strategic investments, those that we repeat, must be carried out by interdisciplinary teams of recognized hierarchy.

The economic crisis and the shameful poverty figures force us to urgent action to promote production and export, integrating management, technology and knowledge to strengthen and develop the productive chains of regional economies.

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Finally, to have a future, the priorities are education, safety, health and work and in a country like Argentina, that means develop a productive economy that quickly and positively impacts the community. To achieve this, it must be addressed to appropriate leaders who know how to use market instruments to promote investment and social development within an adequate framework of peace and freedom.

Francisco María Pertierra Cánepa is Associate Professor at CEMA and President of the Argentine Association of Trusts and FID.

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