The objective of our webinar channel is to ensure that both the financial community as well as the investing public are properly prepared to capitalize on the rapid disintermediation of Wall Street
Roswell, GA (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
NowStreet Media, producer of acclaimed financial events that introduce rising asset classes to Wall Street, is pleased to unveil its “Capitalizing on Financial Innovation” webinar series, aimed at helping broker-dealers, investment bankers, financial advisors, issuers and investors of all sizes succeed in a financial industry that is in the midst of extraordinary change.
“As the popularity for neoteric crowd-financing methods such as P2P lending and crowdfunding continues to mount, we are witnessing the rapid disintermediation of Wall Street. As a result, traditional banking and brokerage revenue models are becoming obsolete, conventional capital raising techniques are no longer viable, and investor demand for alternative assets is escalating. The objective of our webinar channel is to ensure that both the financial community as well as the investing public are properly prepared to capitalize on the imminent market transformation,” stated Dara Albright, Founder of NowStreet.
NowStreet’s ground-breaking webinar channel features trendsetting discussions and indispensable insight from the very individuals who are shaping tomorrow’s capital markets. As part of an educational outreach program, the webinars are free to all participants.
NowStreet’s May Webinar Line-Up:
May 16, 2013, 1pm EST
“Pre-JOBS Act Crowdfunding – The Intrastate Exemption”
Learn how intrastate crowdfunding is on the verge of setting the national crowdfunding precedent, uniting communities and inspiring local economic growth. Presented by Douglas S. Ellenoff, Partner at Ellenoff, Grossman & Schole; *Richard J. Salute, CPA, Consultant with extensive expertise in capital markets and securities regulations; Jeff Bekiares and Megan Johnson, Co-Founders of SparkMarket, the nation’s first bona fide crowdfunding portal allowing unaccredited investors to legally crowdfund via intrastate exemption.
May 21, 2013, 1pm EST
“Building and preparing your network for a successful Crowdfunding campaign”
This is a must-attend webinar for any business looking to raise capital via any type of crowdfunding. Joy Schoffler, an experienced fundraiser and principal of Leverage PR, Rose Spinelli, an accomplished journalist and crowdfunding consultant and Alon Goren, CEO and co-founder of fundraising platform InvestedIn, will show fundraisers how to build their networks and attract the media attention needed for a successful crowdfunding campaign.
May 30, 2013, 1pm EST
“An Inside Look at the Explosive Growth of P2P & Online Lending”
Recognized P2P thought leader, Peter Renton, Founder of Lend Academy & author of The Lending Club Story, will discuss the rapid growth of P2P & Online Lending as well as the economic implications of Google’s recent investments into Lending Club & On Deck Capital. He will also show participants how to maximize P2P returns and capitalize on the proliferation of the industry.
Previously recorded webinars including “How to attract angel investors with crowdfunding campaigns”, “Preparing Issuers for equity-based Crowdfunding”, “Preparing for the Crowdfunding Revolution” and “Investor Equality: Giving Investors Their Fair Share of Growth & Tax Breaks” can all be accessed at https://www.brighttalk.com/channel/9407.
Symbolizing the Wall Street of tomorrow, NowStreet is a leading financial media, events and advisory company on the forefront of financial innovation. NowStreet is known for its acclaimed events that introduce emerging asset classes and new financing structures, such as crowdfunding and P2P lending, to Wall Street. Some of the most prominent figures in the financial industry as well as the legislature have participated in NowStreet events. Our programs help issuers, investors as well as traditional financial service providers capitalize during this unprecedented period of financial industry disruption and regulatory reform. Additional information can be found at http://www.nowstreetjournal.com/.