The 2-day agenda includes an in-depth and concise analysis of the significant developments in the US Securities law and several panel discussions to generate an open dialogue on the impact, benefits and future opportunities for the medical field. The opening reception of the conference, held at the exclusive Metropolitan Club at 5:00 pm on July 11, will include presentations on General Solicitation Rules, the emergence of Private Secondary Markets trying to fill the void produced by the weakening of IPO market; and how the Internet and the JOBS Act will contribute on how companies raise capital and trade securities.
“We have organized panel sessions covering the JOBS Act regulation and crowd funding,” says David Drake. “Part of the discussion focuses on how the modification incorporated on regulation A has bolstered prospects for exempt offerings and how it has a positive impact on the role of private markets.”
“The traditional financing landscape is experiencing a massive paradigm shift, and therefore we are faced with significant challenges, as well as promising opportunities,”
David Wield IV, former NASDAQ vice-chairman, is preparing a keynote presentation of his discussions with SEC regarding market structures issues and the impact of the JOBS Act on initial public offerings. SEC experts and top executives from leading companies are invited to participate in the panel discussions.
Douglas S. Ellenoff, Partner at Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP is looking forward to attending the two-day conference, he says: "Of the many investment verticals that will particularly benefit from increased access to seed investors as a result of the Crowd funding provisions under the JOBS Act, healthcare opportunities ought to be quite attractive to the crowd since they are not soley interested in investment returns but also being socially responsible and contributing something to their broader communities."
On the second conference day, July 12, the agenda will focus on healthcare; life science, present and upcoming opportunities in the fields of regenerative medicine, and oncology. More than 40 companies are expected to attend the conference, including ADXS, ADVENTRX, AF cell, AMBS, APRI, BVTI, BRC, LLC, OPXAWNDM.PK, and ZymeWorks.
"Healthcare is uniquely positioned as an industry that will perform well in crowd funding campaigns," stated Candace Klein, Founder and CEO of SoMoLend, a debt-based crowd funding platform, "Due to the highly personal nature of healthcare innovations and the acute impact they have on the individual and family, individuals will be naturally attracted to make investments in healthcare related products and companies."
The impact of the JOBS Act is inspiring companies globally to bringing positive change through financial innovation. “Actionable knowledge drives investments”
The Soho Loft Capital Creation Events global team is committed to create interactive, educational and take-home tool oriented agendas “We want the attendees to fully grasp how the JOBS Act and SEC modifications have created an array of new financing opportunities.”
To buy tickets for the event please visit http://tsl711.eventbrite.com or for more information visit http://www.thesoholoft.com. If you purchase your ticket through our eventbrite invite page you will receive a free promotion bonus where your organization will be promoted in the media. For more details please view our invite. The Soho Loft OneMedForum will be held at The Metropolitan Club in New York, on Wednesday, 11 July, 2012 at 5:00 -8:00 pm and Thursday, 12 July, 2012 at 8:00 am - 7:00 pm.
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The Soho Loft Capital Creation Events "TSL" a holding company of LDJ Capital, is a world leader in speaking and paneling on crowd funding and the JOBS (Jump Start Opportunities for Business StartUps) Act at conferences globally. We provide leadership to the world in the areas of crowd funding, micro-finance,venture capital, family offices and funds. In 2012 TSL is hosting 60 finance-focused events and expects to increase this to 120 during 2013. TSL co-founded the Crowdfund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates (CFIRA) and have partnered with Johan Gorecki, co-founder of Skype. For more information, visit thesoholoft.com.