The private capital markets have become an increasingly important source of funding for both private and public companies alike. Today total capital raised through private placements surpasses total capital raised in public offerings. What’s more, in recent years legislation like the JOBS Act has made a number of significant changes to laws and regulations governing private capital markets. Consequently, an understanding the myriad private offering exemptions and how to properly conduct a private placement is crucial for not only for lawyers, but also for executives, managers, directors and anyone involved in corporate finance transactions. In this webinar our expert panel provides you with a high-level overview of private offering exemptions, including the latest developments in this ever-changing area of the securities laws, as well as tangible examples and practical advice on how to conduct a successful private placement.
Alissa Parisi is a partner in K&L Gates’s Corporate/M&A practice group and resides in the Washington, DC office. Ms. Parisi advises clients on a full range of corporate, securities, governance… Read More
Craig is General Counsel of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc., a California-based tech company providing a emergency alert, telemedicine and mass notifications system for businesses, governments and other large… Read More
Julia Vax focuses her practice on corporate and securities laws in representing emerging growth and public companies, primarily in the life sciences and technology sectors, from formation and early-stage capital… Read More
Michael Gold is a partner at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP where he also serves as co-chair of the Corporate Practice. For more than 20 years, Michael has helped… Read More