See article in Crowdfundinsider.com, at the link below: http://www.crowdfundinsider.com/2016/12/94083-five-key-take-aways-finras-expulsion-crowdfunding-portal-ufp/
Speaker, Funding Platforms for Rule 506 Offerings: Navigating Broker-Dealer Registration Exemption for Investment Advisers and Issuers, Strafford Continuing Legal Education for Lawyers’ webinar, October 4, 2016
https://www.straffordpub.com/products/funding-platforms-for-rule-506-offerings-navigating-broker-dealer-registration-exemption-for-investment-advisers-and-issuers-2016-10-04 Outline Analysis of JOBS Act exemption from broker-dealer registration and broker-dealer registration generally Analysis of the issuer exemption and the Investment Advisers Act Analysis of SEC no-action letter Key take-aways for moving forward. Benefits The panel will review these and other key issues: Scope of JOBS Act exemption from[…]
By Scott Andersen and George S. Georgiades General solicitation is growing for securities offerings conducted under Rule 506(c) and Reg A+ Tier II. A more limited form of general solicitation is also available to issuers participating in offerings pursuant to Title III of the JOBS Act (Crowdfunding). Issuers may use[…]
SPEAKER, Practicing Law Institute, Private Placements and Hybrid Securities Offerings 2016, 1177 Avenue of the Americas, NY, NY, August 1, 2016
http://pli.edu/Content/Seminar/Private_Placements_and_Hybrid_Securities/_/N-4kZ1z11ije?ID=259417 Regulation A+ panel Regulation A+ basics Communications Rules for Reg A+ Offerings Disclosures, ongoing reporting, and liability issues Integration of offerings with Sebastian Gomez Abero, Scott M. Andersen, Bonnie J. Roe, James R. Tanenbaum
Speaker on panel discussing the manner the JOBS Act, and crowdfunding generally, can facilitate EB-5 securities offerings.