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Marketplace Lending and Crowdfunding 2017

Released on: Sep. 14, 2017
Running Time: 05:48:36

With the Title III federal public crowdfunding provisions of the JOBS Act finally becoming fully effective in May 2016 and a new administration, what does the future hold for marketplace lending and crowdfunding?  Will it be a boom or bust?  Will Regulation A+ start to pick up speed and grow into the potential many predicted?  Will Marketplace Lending finally have a principal regulator or will it continue to have its heels nipped by a patchwork of state and federal rulemakers and the courts?  Join us for this one of a kind event to hear from the leading industry lawyers, dealmakers and decision-makers  on where we are now and where we may be headed.

You will learn:

  • Update from Washington and State Houses on Developments in Crowdfunding and Alternative Finance 
  • Learn about state-only crowdfunding laws
  • Understand where we are on OCC Special Purpose Fintech charters
  • Stay current on Securitization issues after Madden
  • Understand the challenges in running an Equity Crowdfunding Platform
  • Spotlight on Real Estate Marketplace Lending 

This seminar is geared to attorneys in private practice, in-house counsel, and other business professionals who seek a practical overview of key issues that arise in crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending space.

Lecture Topics [Total time 05:48:36]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Introduction* [00:03:38]
    Brian S. Korn
  • Update from Washington and State Houses: Developments in Crowdfunding and Alternative Finance [01:02:28]
    Sebastian Gomez Abero, Douglas S. Ellenoff, Samuel S. Guzik, Joseph P. Borg
  • State Regulation of Crowdfunding and Capital-Raising: Necessary Tool or Unwanted Nuisance? [00:45:13]
    Faith L. Anderson, Joseph P. Borg, Sara Hanks, Anthony J. Zeoli
  • Marketplace Lending Matures; Investment Structures [01:45:56]
    Arlen W. Gelbard, Michael Nonaka, Brian K. Victor, Edward Dartley, Robert Duran, Julia D. Corelli, Kenneth P. Marin
  • Securitization and Secondary Markets, and the Equity Crowdfunding Platform [00:45:16]
    Claudia Callaway, Cynthia M. Monaco, Anna T. Pinedo, Sebastian Gomez Abero, Nicole Kontrabecki, Henry G. Morriello
  • Warehouse Facilities and Small Business Lending; Real Estate Marktplace Lending [01:26:05]
    Lewis R. Cohen, Lewis G. Feldman, Conor French, Sara Priola, Amy Wan

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:


  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Marketplace Lending, Consumer Financial Services Answer Book, Chapter 17 (2017)
    Benjamin T. Brickner, Brian S. Korn
  • The Regulation of Marketplace Lending: A Summary of the Principal Issues, Chapman and Cutler LLP (March 2017 Update)
    Brian S. Korn
  • House Approves Rollback of Post-Recession Financial Reforms (June 23, 2017)
    Brian S. Korn, Benjamin T. Brickner
  • Treasury Issues White Paper on Marketplace Lending (May 12, 2016)
    Charles Washburn, Richard E. Gottlieb, Brian S. Korn
  • The JOBS Act Turns Five, Regulation A+ Turns Two, Regulation Crowdfunding Turns One: What Should Be Next on the SEC Chair Jay Clayton’s Agenda (May 15, 2017)
    Samuel S. Guzik
  • The Roles of States in Crowdfunding
    Faith L. Anderson
  • Interstate Crowdfunding Legislation, North American Securities Administrators Association (July 7, 2017)
    Joseph P. Borg
  • Press Release, NASAA, SEC Sign Info-Sharing Agreement for Crowdfunding and Other Offerings (February 17, 2017)
    Joseph P. Borg
  • Curry in a Hurry: OCC Publishes Fintech Charter Standards (March 20, 2017)
    Brian S. Korn, Benjamin T. Brickner
  • Borrower Wins Key Victory in Madden v. Midland (March 3, 2017)
    Benjamin T. Brickner, Brian S. Korn
  • Madden High Court Denial—Much Ado About Not Much
    Richard E. Gottlieb, Brian S. Korn
  • Justice Department Sides With Financial Industry on Madden Case (May 25, 2016)
    Brian S. Korn
  • Madden Tells Scotus That Marketplace Lenders Should Not Worry About Madden (February 26, 2016)
    Brian S. Korn
  • Collaboration Between Regional and Community Banks and Fintech
    Brian S. Korn
  • Private Offerings, Chapter 4 of JOBS Act Quick Start 2016
    Anna T. Pinedo
  • Practice Pointers on Matchmaking Basics: How it Works, Current Regulations and Key Considerations
    Anna T. Pinedo
  • Practice Pointers on: Navigating the Securities Act’s Prohibition on General Solicitation and General Advertising
    Anna T. Pinedo
  • FAST Forward, A Summary of the Securities Law Provisions of the FAST Act (December 7, 2015)
    Anna T. Pinedo
  • Marketplace Lending: 10 Things You Need to Know
    Sara Priola

Presentation Material


  • Capital Formation Resource Guide Handout
    Joseph P. Borg
  • Types of Businesses Using Intrastate Crowdfunding Handout
    Joseph P. Borg
  • Marketplace Lending Matures
    Arlen W. Gelbard
  • OCC Special Purpose Charter for Fintech Companies
    Preetha P. Gist
  • Marketplace Lending Investment Structures
    Julia D. Corelli, Edward Dartley, Robert Duran
  • Challenges in Running an Equity Crowdfunding Platform
    Anna T. Pinedo
  • Exploring the Legal Issues Relevant to Online Small-Business Lending Handout
    Conor French
  • Warehouse Facilites & Small Business Lending
    Lewis R. Cohen, Conor French
  • Real Estate Debt and Equity
    Lewis G. Feldman
Chairperson(s)
Brian S. Korn ~ Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
Speaker(s)
Sebastian Gomez Abero ~ Chief, Office of Small Business Affairs, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Faith L. Anderson ~ Chief of Registration & Regulatory Affairs, Washington Department of Financial Institutions, Securities Division
Joseph P. Borg ~ Director, Alabama Securities Commission, President, North American Securities Administrators Association
Claudia Callaway ~ Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
Lewis R. Cohen ~ Hogan Lovells US LLP
Julia D. Corelli ~ Pepper Hamilton LLP
Edward Dartley ~ K&L Gates LLP
Robert Duran ~ Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
Douglas S. Ellenoff ~ Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP
Lewis G. Feldman ~ Founder and CEO, Heritage Capital Ventures LLC
Conor French ~ General Counsel, Funding Circle
Arlen W. Gelbard ~ EVP, General Counsel, Cross River Bank
Samuel S. Guzik ~ Guzik & Associates
Sara Hanks ~ Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, CrowdCheck,Inc.
Nicole Kontrabecki ~ VP, Deputy General Counsel, Prosper Marketplace, Inc.
Kenneth P. Marin ~ Chapman & Cutler LLP
Cynthia M. Monaco ~ Law Offices of Cynthia M. Monaco
Henry G. Morriello ~ Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Michael Nonaka ~ Covington & Burling LLP
Anna T. Pinedo ~ Morrison & Foerster LLP
Sara Priola ~ Chief Legal Officer, PeerStreet
Brian K. Victor ~ Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Social Finance, Inc.
Amy Wan ~ Founder & CEO, Bootstrap Legal
Anthony J. Zeoli ~ Freeborn & Peters LLP
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