International Crowdfunding Lessons Learned
What can the US learn from global efforts in securities crowdfunding?
Learn from experts who will share data, expertise and advice surrounding international crowdfunding.
Moderator: Sherwood Neiss - Crowdfund Capital Advisors
Paul Niederer - CEO, Australian Small Scale Offerings Board
Sandi Gilbert - Founder and CEO, Seedups Canada
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THIS IS A MUST ATTEND EVENT FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO BE SUCCESSFUL USING REWARDS, DONATION, EQUITY OR PEER TO PEER CROWDFUNDING. IT'S FOR ENTREPRENEURS, INVESTORS, VC'S, ANGELS, FUNDING PORTALS, INVESTMENT BANKERS, FINANCIAL ADVISORS, ACCOUNTANTS & LAWYERS, GAME DEVELOPERS, CREATIVE ARTISTS & MUSICIANS, NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND FOR ALL THE MILLIONS WHO JUST LOVE CROWDFUNDING!
OCTOBER 23-25, 2014
ATTEND THE LARGEST GLOBAL GATHERING OF CROWDFUNDING INDUSTRY LEADERS WHERE THE WORLD LEARNS CROWDFUNDING.
The Crowdfund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates (CFIRA) will hold its second annual Regulatory and Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C., on Friday, November 21 from 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM at the Hart Building on Capital Hill.
Attendees will network with fellow crowdfunding advocates, members of Congress, policymakers and industry thought leaders. The event’s half-day agenda will include a keynote address and span three core panels:
Admission to the event will be free to the public; please register for the event via EventBrite and receive a 15 percent discount when signing up for your CFIRA membership. Attendees are also encouraged to become CFIRA members at the event.
The Capital Markets are evolving at rapid pace since the signing of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act) as a new way to raise capital online.
What many marketers don't know however, is that there are a variety of rules and regulations regarding how businesses can accept investment capital and who can market these securities. This all goes back to rule 17(b) of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1933 that came after the great depression of 1929, when unscrupulous unregistered brokers hawked worthless worthless stock to unwitting investors. This Rule is still in effect and the SEC continues to use it to prosecute promoters who violate it.
During this informational webinar, securities veterans Sara Hanks and Doug Ellenoff will walk participants through the following:
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Join the top legal advisers and policy makers in emerging growth company investment and finance for a day of education and discussion of legislative, regulatory and enforcement issues impacting the emerging growth capital markets. The Growth Capital Summit, taking place November 18th in Washington D.C. offers a comprehensive overview of introduction, implementation and interpretation of regulatory and enforcement policy impacting emerging growth companies. The Summit immediately precedes the annual SEC Government-Small Business Capital Formation Forum, providing attendees the opportunity to explore issues of specific relevance to small high-growth companies with the top legal and policy experts in emerging growth capital market.
For more information and to register visit www.growthcapitalsummit.com. CFIRA members can save 25% of the price by using code CFIRA25 during registration.
Join OTC Markets Group and industry experts for an afternoon discussion on the changing landscape of financing and the emergence of online, data-driven platforms and crowdfunding. We will take a look at how financial technology and recent regulatory changes have redefined ways for emerging, growth companies to gain access to the capital markets. Cocktail & networking reception to follow.
Speakers include: Barry Silbert, CEO of Digital Currency Group, Founder of SecondMarket; R. Cromwell Coulson, President & CEO of OTC Markets Group Inc.; and representatives from BANQ, FundAmerica, HealthiosXchange, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, OfferBoard and SeedInvest
FundIt is proud to launch the Crowdfunding industry’s marquee event in Las Vegas this April 26-27, 2016 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.
This conference is a deep dive into the new rules – how to stay in compliance and succeed in the technology-driven securities business!
Produced for the industry, by the Industry!
Don’t miss our special sessions devoted to Compliance, Marketing and Technology for 506(b)&(c), Reg A, and of course the new Title III/4(a)(6). Keynote speakers and panelists include industry leaders, regulators, subject matter experts and service providers.
Yes, CLE for attorney’s! (NY, CA, TX, IL)
FundIt provides the opportunity for face-to face meetings, networking, education, information exchange, and the best business development opportunities.
Expert Tracks on:
Compliance | Marketing | Technology
Program & Speaking Inquiries:
On May 16, 2016 Title III of the JOBS Act will officially go into effect, opening the private securities market that was once reserved for only a select few accredited investors to all who wish to participate. To celebrate this momentous day, showing our appreciation for those policymakers, regulators, crowdfunding industry participants and other key leaders who have made the democratization of capital a reality, CFIRA, CCA and SBE Council would like to formally invite you to gather in our nation’s capital to mark the occasion.
Please save the date, to join us the afternoon of May 16th, 2016 on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.
2:00 pm - Setup and Registration
3:00 pm - Keynote and Panel
4:15 pm - Crowdfunding Demos Commence
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Reception, Awards and Networking
Be one of 30 companies to highlight your technology built to support the launch of Regulation Crowdfunding!
Click here to apply to showcase your technology to individuals from the White House, SEC, FINRA, Capitol Hill, SBA, Treasury and more!
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Organizer of Crowdfunding Commencement Cocktail Party
Crowdfund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates (CFIRA), is a Not-for-Profit 501(c)(6), and was established following the signing of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act. It was formed by the industry’s thought leaders who pioneered the first Crowdfunding Act to serve as advocates and lobbyist for the industry.
CFIRA works alongside the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and other governmental and quasi-governmental entities to help establish rules, industry standards and best practices.
The membership of CFIRA is composed of Intermediaries (Crowdfunding Platforms and Broker Dealers), Investors, Issuers, Third Party Service Providers (such as Technology Vendors, Attorneys, Accountants), and other crowdfunding related service providers.
For more information on sponsorship and event details contact Marilyn@leverage-pr.com.