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


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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