Using the Recent Regulation D Rule Changes and 506c Offerings
Tuesday, December 10, 2013:
2:00 - 3:30 pm Eastern US Time
With the SEC's recent adoption of rule changes amending Regulation D and creating the 506(c) offering class, it pays to know what these changes mean for online private offerings. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently issued two No Action Letters and adopted rule changes that change business as usual for those engaging in private investments under Regulation D. Learn how these rules differ from the recent SEC crowdfunding proposals and how you can use them now. When the rule changes went into effect on September 23rd, new online portals and "private" offerings flooded the market. Not all these portals are the same, not all these investment offerings are the same. These changes affect you if you are operating a portal in this space, raising a round of capital, and/or investing in private offerings in the near future.
The legal experts and crowdfunding industry insiders on our panel will help you make sense of these developments and the larger regulatory landscape. The panel is made up of Douglas Ellenoff of Ellenoff, Grossman & Schole LLP; Sara Hanks of Crowdcheck.com; and Freeman White of Launcht.com.
Douglas S. Ellenoff, Member, Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP
Sara Hanks, CEO and Co-Founder, CrowdCheck
Freeman White, CEO and Co-Founder, LAUNCHT
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