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Marketplace Lending and Crowdfunding in a 2017 Trump Administration

Recorded on: Jan. 15, 2017
Running Time: 01:09:30

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Taken from the briefing Marketplace Lending and Crowdfunding in a 2017 Trump Administration recorded January, 2017 in New York.

Join PLI for an informative briefing as our faculty discuss the impact of recent events on the marketplace lending and crowdfunding landscape.

Lecture Topics  [01:09:30]

Specifically, we will discuss:

  • Review of significant legal developments in 2016, including Madden and True Lender cases
  • Outlook for Trump Administration and treatment of marketplace lending, crowdfunding and fintech
  • Significant expected legislation in the new 115th Congress
  • Regulatory outlook with the development of OCC special purpose national bank charters for Fintech Companies
  • Choosing the right Crowdfunding format- Reg. D 506(b) or (c) vs. Regulation A+ vs. State vs. Regulation CF – where is the current momentum?

Presentation Material

  • Marketplace Lending, Crowdfunding and Capital Raising Under the Trump Administration : Big Changes or Much Ado About Nothing?
    Edward Dartley, Brian S. Korn
Edward Dartley ~ K&L Gates LLP
Brian S Korn ~ Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
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