American Prosperity and Jobs Symposium 2012

Real Wall Street’s Heart Booms from Southern California American Prosperity and Jobs, A Symposium Convenes at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach on November 19th, 2012
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Sept. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- Newport Beach, September 18th, 2012

The Soho Loft Capital Creation Events, a holding company of LDJ Capital, and the West Coast Wall Street Conference have announced a joint venture for a Nov. 19th event in Newport Beach: American Prosperity and Jobs Symposium. Four Panels will convene on the Jobs Act of 2012; Crowd Funding; Moving to the Cloud and Predictive Analytics; Excelling within the Framework of Frank Dodd Act.  In addition, three companies will present their opportunity before an audience of Southern California’s business leadership and leading investors.

West Coast Wall Street founder Patrick A. Howell announced, “Republican or Democrat, White House or Congress, Tea Party or Occupy Wall Street all these perceived divisions are moot.   The heart of real Wall Street beats and we are going  to perform an EKG on Nov. 19th here in Southern California with leadership of our best and brightest.   David Drake and his investments have been doing these panels for over a year and we know what it takes.”

David Drake, Managing Partner of LDJ Capital and The SoHo Loft Capital Creation Events said, “Patrick Howell has been actively advocating for the Jobs Act.  It was signed on the White House’s Rose Garden where some of our panelists witnessed history.  We are a new generation who are going to take our destiny by the proverbial horns and unleash the bull into American life again.   Our panels are men and women who have the requisite will to see America emerge in the New Age as a global power for integrity, hope and prosperity.”

The Honorable Charles Christopher Cox, former SEC Chair during the George W. Bush Administration, will keynote, The American Economy: Front and Center on the Global Stage, and participate on a panel for the 2012 Jobs Act.  In addition to UC Berkeley, Greenberg Traurig, LLP and leading banks and funds have agreed to sign on as sponsors. - a holding company of


The Soho Loft Capital Creation Events ("TSL") is a global event platform that strives to promote and advance strategic and diligent mainstream and alternative investing for start-up entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises. TSL seeks to provide relevant education and visionary leadership training in the areas of capital formation, crowd funding, angel networking, non-conventional funding, eb5 green card programs, micro-finance, venture capital, private equity and hedge funds. All creative investing solutions are focused in allowing the start-ups and SMEs to optimize all opportunities to grow their business through product/service/market/human resource innovation while seeking to do so in a socially and environmentally responsible manner. All of which are directed to creating a new path to socio-economic prosperity.

David Drake, founder and CEO of TSL, a subsidiary of LDJ Capital, has co-founded the Crowdfund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates (CFIRA) towards these goals. He is also a representative of the U.S. Commerce delegation to Brussels and Rome with European Ministers and legislators at the Transatlantic Economic Council forum in July 2012. Overall, TSL's mission is to bring global awareness and develop infrastructure to facilitate the country’s capital formation, innovation and job creation. As such, The Soho Loft operates as a leading global corporate strategy advisory.

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