Why you should attend?The passage of the JOBS Act has created new opportunities in the private investments industry. This legislation has resulted in high expectations and many concerns.
Over last couple months we saw two major developments: in September, an 80 year long ban on general solicitation was removed. Now small businesses, investment funds, real estate developers can openly promote their projects to investors. Then in October the SEC voted on the rules for crowdfunding to allow non-accredited investors to participate.
Outside of the legal battles we witness many new developments, including the emergence of new crowd-funding portals, interesting coalitions and entrance into the industry of established financial institutions and global corporations.
The Forum attendees will have an opportunity to learn from the industry experts about the happenings and future trends as well as how they can benefit from the changes in the securities law. The discussion topics include: equity crowdfunding, peer-to-peer and peer-to-business lending, real estate investing, legal regulations and tax strategies, business financing options, how professional investors (hedge funds, VCs, angel groups, financial advisors) will benefit from employing new securities laws, investor relations and marketing in post-JOBS Act era.
Who should attend?
- Financial Advisors, Securities Consulting Specialists, Wealth Advisors, Fund Managers
- Lawyers and Tax Advisers
- PR/IR/Marketing Specialists
- Business Angels
- Real Estate Investors
- Real Estate Developers
- Wealthy Individuals
- Business owners
- Decision Makers at Large Corporations
- Software Developers
- Crowdfunding Industry Participants
- Representatives of Media and Research Organizations
Who is speaking?
Keynote: The State of Private Investments Industry
Panel: Pros and Cons of Equity Crowdfunding from Investor Standpoint
Panel: Pros and Cons of Equity Crowdfunding from Entrepreneur Standpoint
Break To Enjoy the Slopes and Social Life of the Most Prestigious Ski Resort in America
Presentation: Equity Crowdfunding Legal Landscape: What’s Allowed and What’s Not
Brian Korn, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Panel: Equity Crowdfunding for Institutional Investors and Financial Advisors
Presentation: Crowdfunding and Global Corporations
Jon Medved About the Partnership Between OurCrowd and General Electric
Panel: Crowdfunding for Real Estate
Presentation: PR and Marketing in Post-JOBS Act (Title II) Era
Panel: Latest Developments in the Lending Industry
Presentation: Investments through Self-Directed IRA
Panel: Global Developments in the World of Private Investments
Keynote: Fueling the Economy of Innovation through Private Investments
We have limited number of the hotel rooms available for a deeply discounted price (available during the forum as well as three days before and after the forum). You can save more than $500 per day by reserving your spot early!
Location : Jerome Hotel (330 E. Main st. Aspen, CO 81611)
Dates : 6th and 7th January 2014
Early Bird Admission: $500 (until December 6th, 2013)
Regular Admission: $600 (December 6th, 2013 – January 5th, 2014)
Cocktail Reception only: $150 (based on availability)
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About Crowdfund Productions
Aspen Investment Forum is brought to you by Crowdfund Productions, LLC based in Colorado. Other conferences organized by Crowdfund Productions are being held in Denver, CO, Berkeley, CA, Boston, MA, Seattle, WA, Charlotte, NC, Chicago, IL and San Diego, CA.
Crowdfund Productions organizes crowdfunding and investment events in different states, hosts educational webinars and provides crowdfunding consulting services. We assist our clients in strategic planning, crowd building and engagement, PR, marketing, monitoring and full campaign management. The main difference between those who succeed and those who fail in crowdfunding is preparation. We can help you get funded – Contact now to discuss your options!