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Webcast: The SEC’S Crowdfunding Proposal– A Preliminary Look (Video)

posted Dec 20, 2013, 11:45 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Dec 20, 2013, 11:45 AM ]
Recorded video is posted below.

As previously reported on Crowdfund Insider the Business Law Section and the International Section of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) is hosting a live program and webcast in New York City on December 11, 2013, to review crowdfunding.
The event commences at 12 Noon with the presentations beginning at 12:30PM.
The event is being organized by Jay Hack, Chair of the NYSBA Business Law Section and Georgia Quinn, a Securities Attorney at Seyfarth Shaw.
The webcast may be viewed here, along with the associated slides, or you may view the live streaming of the event below.

Expected Topics Include:

Issuers and Investors: Who can make a crowdfunding offering and who can participate as a crowdfunding investor?
The Crowdfunding Offering: What are the disclosure requirements on issuer, financial statement requirements, integration with other offerings and related issues?
The Intermediaries: Crowdfunding portals, broker/dealers and trading issues.
Crowdfunding in Action: Practical implementation, costs and liabilities.
Questions and Answers – including remote email Q&A by those watching the webcast. If time permits.
Panelists Include:
Leila Bham, Esq., Securities and Exchange Commission Trading and Markets Division
Doug Ellenoff, Esq., Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP, known to many as “Mr. Crowdfunding”
Kiran Lingam, Esq., General Counsel at SeedInvest, a crowdfunding portal
Georgia Quinn, Esq., Seyfarth Shaw, LLP, member, Securities Regulation Committee, Business Law Section
Jay L. Hack, Esq., Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, LLP, Chairman, Business Law Section, New York State Bar Association
Azish Filabi, Esq., Assistant Vice President and Ethics Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

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