PLI’s Private Placements and Other Financing Alternatives

04/15/2013 08:30 a.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Banking + Financial Services, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, and Private Placements + PIPEs

PLI New York Center
810 Seventh Avenue (at 53rd St.)
21st Floor
New York, NY 10019

David M. Lynn

David M. Lynn

Speaking Engagement

Joseph Marano
(212) 336-4316

Join an expert faculty of leading practitioners and regulators as they analyze current developments in private placements and hybrid financing transactions, including changes brought about by the adoption of the JOBS Act. They will discuss the basics of private placements and other exempt offerings, recent changes to Regulation D effected by the Dodd-Frank Act and by the JOBS Act. They will also address how changes brought about by the JOBS Act and the relaxation of the prohibition on general solicitation affect basic integration principles. You will learn about Regulation A+/Section 3(b)(2), crowdfunding, staying private, Rule 701, Rule 144 and tacking issues, Section 4(a)(1-1/2) transactions, block trades, and financings in close proximity to one another. Also addressed will be Regulation FD and other disclosure and communications issues arising in connection with undisclosed offerings.

Anna Pinedo will serve as chairperson of this event, giving a welcome and an introduction to private placements and hybrid financings.

Topics include:

  • Types of exempt offerings;
  • Changes in market environment;
  • Hybrid financings;
  • Integration, pre-marketing, communications, and Regulation FD; and
  • Recent developments related to private placements.

David Lynn will speak on a panel entitled “Staying Private, Private Secondary Markets, and Using the Internet.”

Topics Include:

  • JOBS Act and Exchange Act reporting threshold;
  • Suspending filing requirements;
  • Compliance considerations and monitoring record holders;
  • Secondary trading markets and legal considerations; and
  • Verifying investor status for Internet-based offerings.

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