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Why You Should Attend
Alternative finance continues to drive significant engagement with the investment community. But it also raises many more questions than answers, such as:
- What does the future hold for marketplace lending, cryptocurrency and crowdfunding? Will it be a boom or bust?
- Will ICOs displace traditional capital-raising?
- Will blockchain technology and distributed ledger technology supplant traditional centralized broker-dealers and clearing with respect to tokens and cryptocurrencies?
- Will Marketplace Lending continue to add significant volume with consolidation on the rise?
- 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?
- Will Regulation A+ mature into the capital-raising potential many predicted?
- Will Regulation CF crowdfunding become the preferred method of capital-raising for the sub-$1 million category?
- What is the proper role of governments- state and federal- and the courts in keeping the industry honest?
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.
What You Will Learn
- Update from Washington and State House on developments in regulating cryptocurrency, crowdfunding and alternative finance
- ICOs after the DAO Report - Why you and your Clients need to be careful
- Impact of the JOBS Act six years later on crowdfunding and capital-raising
- How to execute a proper Regulation A+ and crowdfunding transaction
- OCC special purpose Fintech charters and other innovative initiatives
- What is the latest on efforts to “fix” or contain the Madden v. Midland funding decision
- Fund structures and issues with investing in alternative finance
- Spotlight on real estate marketplace lending, crowdfunding and alternative home finance
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for in-house attorneys and outside counsel, and other allied professionals advising on financing and technology developments affecting the financial investment industry.
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: This program is designed for in-house attorneys and outside counsel, and other allied professionals advising on financing and technology developments affecting the financial investment industry.
Prerequisites: An interest in alternative financing and new technology.
Advanced Preparation: None