The Crowdfunding Conference is the place where the most important players will convene for two days of education and networking. It's where you'll meet with thought-leaders in this rapidly expanding industry and discuss opportunities with companies raising capital.
The IP Investment Conference is the largest event in the business. Industry experts discuss where the opportunities are to work with individual inventors and distressed sellers of patents to build a portfolio of intellectual property. Our speakers and panelists also cover the complexities of the capital markets as IP assets are increasingly used to raise capital, help complete an M&A transaction, or even go public.
The Activist Investor Conference is an annual gathering of the most important group of activist investors, corporate governance specialists, advisory firms, proxy solicitors, and corporate board members. The program features technical sessions on the latest activist investment strategies, their impact on corporate performance, legal and regulatory changes, studies of effective proxy campaigns and successful corporate defenses.
The most important and influential event in the small cap deal market for the past 10 years has returned. The PIPEs Conference has changed over the years and is now not only focused solely on Private Investment in Public Equity. The PIPEs Conference covers important issues related to how technology is changing the market, how to use funding portals to raise capital, what the emerging growth company rules mean for issuers, small cap corporate governance and stock trading issues.
The Life Settlements Conference is the largest independent and only non-biased event in the industry. DealFlow Media's Las Vegas event is an annual gathering of the most active Life Settlement investors, investment bankers, hedge fund managers, providers, brokers and attorneys.
Exploring the Current Captive Insurance Landscape gives you practical knowledge on the foundations of forming a captive insurance company, what the current regulatory environment is surrounding the industry, how to use captives in your enterprise risk management strategy, and explores some of the different types of captive insurance vehicles.
The SPAC structure was once the basis for a thriving market but it's now struggling to bring back investors. The traditional SPAC structure has changed over the years in an attempt to revive investor interest, and balance the expectations of the various parties involved.
This event addresses how The JOBS Act will affect SPACs, explores the new changes to the market, and what the future holds for the sustainability of the product.
In recent years, the market has faced difficulties raising capital and finding policies that meet investors' narrow purchasing criteria. Although secondary market activity has improved, the highest growth has been in the tertiary market where trading is strong. Public and private pension funds, 401(k) programs, family offices and private equity firms continue to enter the market as the economy starts to rebound.
Attend The IP Investment Conference and learn where the opportunities lie to work with start-up companies, individual inventors and distressed sellers of patents to build a portfolio of intellectual property that could generate years or licensing revenue. Discover how to measure and communicate the value of IP, minimize risk by using the new reforms in the America Invents Act, and position yourself to profit from the growing market for investing in patents and inventions.
Following the success of last year's event, DealFlow Media's Alternative Finance Conference returns to Tel-Aviv, Israel. This event is a forum for discussion of unconventional sources of capital for Israeli companies.
Now more than ever, company management must understand the various deal structures and financing options available to them. The Alternative Finance Conference provides two days of education on alternative public offerings, PIPEs (Private Investment in Public Equity), Registered Directs, Confidentially Marketed Public Offerings (CMPOs), alternatives to venture capital, structured debt investments, securities disclosure and regulation, dual-listings, the use of social media and much more.
The Activist Investor Conference is an annual gathering of the most important group of activist investors, corporate governance specialists, advisory firms, proxy solicitors, and corporate board members. The agenda features a full day of technical education on the latest activist investment strategies, their impact on corporate performance, legal and regulatory changes, and studies of effective proxy campaigns and successful corporate defenses.
Join your peers for a full day of fresh ideas at The DealFlow Conference. We'll be addressing everything from how trading liquidity is affecting private placements to workarounds for reverse mergers to why 2013 will be the year companies rush to the web to raise their own capital.
As the SEC prepares their comments on The JOBS Act and its effect on crowdfunding, DealFlow Media will once again host an event for the most important players in this market as well as crowdfunding sites that are poised to take advantage of new rules and regulations.
DealFlow Media's Alternative Finance Conference - Canada was a forum for discussion of unconventional sources of capital for Canadian companies. The Alternative Finance Conference has one goal - to educate Canadian companies by pairing them up with International experts on cross-border finance.
The Life Settlements Conference 2012, hosted by DealFlow Media, is the largest industry event of the year. The Life Settlements Conference is an annual gathering of the most active investors, investment bankers, hedge fund managers, providers, brokers and attorneys involved in the market.
The Reverse Merger Conference addressed new regulations and how the new one year "seasoning period" will affect the market. The Reverse Merger Conference is the premier event for serious professionals in the business of alternative IPO transactions, featuring technical training on the latest issues relating to reverse mergers, self-underwriting, and other alternative routes to the public market.
The SPAC market made a comeback in 2011. There were fifteen IPOs by Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, raising a total of $1.07 billion. Nineteen SPACs were filed, and twelve of those have gone public. The SPAC Conference is the largest annual gathering of investors, bankers and management teams in the business.
The Outlook for Chinese Companies event brought together management teams from public and private companies with dealmakers, financial experts, bankers and attorneys to discuss going public, going private and everything in between.
The International Life Settlements Conference is an annual gathering of the most active investors, investment bankers, hedge fund managers, providers, brokers and attorneys involved in the market. This international group of professionals met for two-full days of unique educational programming and took part in an abundance of networking opportunities.
The Crowdfunding Conference was a forum for discussion of new and unconventional sources of capital for entrepreneurs. Attendees heard where this industry is headed, how proposed regulations will affect the market, and how gaining access to this untapped source of capital will spur new ideas and job growth.
The Activist Investor Conference is your opportunity to network with the most important group of activist investors, corporate governance specialists, advisory firms, proxy solicitors, and corporate board members. This two-day event features a complete view of activist investment strategies and their impact on corporate performance and returns. The agenda examines topics vital to both investors and corporate boards.