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Specialty Finance Summit – New York City
January 30 - January 31
iGlobal Forum is pleased to present the upcoming 9th Specialty Finance Summit taking place in New York on January 30th and 31st, 2018. As the economy continues to improve towards historical GDP growth rates, the specialty finance industry continues to expand to meet the needs of small businesses and consumers. After the Federal Open Market Committee also began its largest post-recession policy shift in October, there are questions on how this will impact the market in 2018. Meanwhile, employment has risen, household spending increased and business fixed investments have continued to expand at moderate rates. It is forecasted that positive economic trends will continue to support financing and M&A activity within the specialty finance sector as businesses reach scale and seek further consolidation opportunity. iGlobal Forum’s 9th Specialty Finance Summit will bring together the leading players from all sides of the specialty finance industry, discussing the major shifts in geopolitical, economic and technological factors affecting investment opportunities today. It will show you how you can thrive during periods of uncertainty and exploit new asset classes, geographies and partnerships to better meet market needs and provide attractive risk-adjusted returns.
KEY TOPICS THAT WILL BE COVERED:
- A macroeconomic analysis and forecast of the specialty finance landscape in 2018: opportunities and challenges
- Determining the most effective asset-based lending strategies for 2018 and beyond
- Disruption and the impact of Fintech on the specialty finance market: towards openness, collaboration and investment
- Developing a model for crowdfunding in the burgeoning litigation finance industry
- Assessing the impact of the CFPB Arbitration Rule on the consumer finance market
- Middle Market M&A Outlook: towards growth and opportunity
- Navigating the myriad of new financing options and tax-exempt debt
- Spearheading securitization strategies in alternative lending