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Financial Architect System

Access to Unlimited Capital on Your Own Terms™

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The commercialization of innovation benefits society in many ways. However, most would be shocked at the number of innovations unable to be commercialized due to the lack of available private capital for start-up and early-stage companies. 


Collectively, venture capital firms fund less than 0.05%[1] of start-ups and less than 1.5% of early-stage companies seeking venture capital. 


For the start-up and early-stage companies that do receive venture capital, they collectively receive less than 2% of all the venture capital available for investment and more often than not, the founders lose voting control of their company.


Even more shocking, is the amount of capital returned to VC Fund investors each year, due to a lack of quality companies to invest in. That problem is known as “Capital Overhang.”


In 2019 Capital Overhang reached $2.1 trillion globally and close to $1 trillion in the U.S.[2] This means U.S. venture capital and private equity firms had to give back around $1 trillion dollars to their VC Fund investors that year, due to the lack of quality companies to invest in.


As you can see, there is huge gap between companies seeking capital and capital seeking quality deal flow.


How will that gap be closed?


Will professionally managed venture capital firms lower their standards and risk their fiduciary duty to their VC Fund investors?


Or will companies need to increase the quality of their standards, through proper corporate engineering, to become worthy of a capital investment?


We’re betting on the latter.


Now it’s time for you to place your bet.


These Financial Architect Courses are delivered exclusively through Commonwealth Capital's online learning center for the Financial Architect System.


Financial Architect Courses

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Start-Up & Eary-Stage Companies

No payment to enroll. Chapters 1 & 2 are complimentary.

This course is for Start-Up & Early-Stage companies seeking seed or development capital. This course is designed for the entrepreneur who already has a basic understanding of business finance. The course objectives are two-fold:


  1. Develop a basic understanding of the U.S. Capital Markets & Securities Laws, Rules & Regulations, in general, and

  2. Obtain the knowledge necessary  to make a “qualified decision” if a securities-offering is right for your Start-Up or Early-Stage Company’s capitalization needs.

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Later-Stage Companies

No payment to enroll. Chapters 1 & 2 are complimentary.


This robust course is designed for Later-Stage Companies seeking expansion capital. The course is designed as a true “power play” for the experienced entrepreneur of a Later-Stage Company as they enter “shark infested” waters of institutional investors. The course objectives are two-fold:


  1. In addition to the knowledge and skill sets included here from the Start-Up and Early-Stage course, the entrepreneur gains richer insight into selling company securities directly to financial institutions and how to buy assets, services and entire companies using securities as currency, and

  2. Empowers the entrepreneur with the ability to build an internal finance department that functions as a “mini-financial institution,” providing the entrepreneur practical, financial power when seeking growth through acquisitions

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Professional Service Providers

No payment to enroll. Chapters 1 & 2 are complimentary.

This advanced course is designed as an entrance for Attorneys, Accountants and Investment Advisors seeking to join the world of corporate finance, legitimately. Here, one learns how to position one’s practice for incubating “quality deal flow” for their professional services.  Learn how to easily filter deal flow and “cherry pick” those quality companies that have the highest probability of success. Learn how to “earn” cash and equity on a tax deferred basis and build your own private investment portfolio of pre-IPO companies.


Up your game, or be shut out by those who do.


This course is scheduled to become available for CPE credits by mid-year 2022.

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Train for Success

The first two course chapters of the Financial Architect Course™ are complimentary, as they are designed to enable you to make “a qualified decision” whether or not to continue the challenge by finishing the entire Financial Architect Course™.

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