Date - 22 February 2018
Venue - Bartier Perry
The new regime for businesses to raise money through crowd-sourced funding (CSF) is now up and running. Whilst the regime itself is still in its infancy, parliament is already debating an expansion to broaden its scope to increase its practicality and make it more relevant to more Australian companies.
Come join us for a discussion on:
- the ins and outs of the current CSF regime; and
- what the new amendments may mean to you and your business.
Please feel free to refer this invitation to colleagues where appropriate.
Matthew Pinter, Chairman of the Crowd Funding Institute of Australia, and Director of Billfolda, a licenced Equity Crowdfunding Intermediary joins our seminar as a guest speaker. Matthew lead the introduction of major corporate law reform since 2014 contributing to every major and industry consultation throughout, including substantive amendments allowing proprietary companies access to public capital raising (currently before parliament).
Eric Kwan's commercial law skills and experience include incorporating new companies and preparing and advising on joint venture and shareholder agreements to help start new businesses. He also drafts and negotiates agreements such as supply, licensing and acquisition agreements to help businesses expand and grow locally and abroad.
Puria Davoodi's experience spans corporate and commercial, intellectual property and regulatory compliance law.
8.00 AM Registration & light breakfast
8.30 AM Presentation
9.30 AM Event concludes
Bartier Perry - Level 10, 77 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
By 15 February unless the event is booked prior.