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DealFlow Media ‘s Alternative Finance Conference Israel

Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to be a sponsor of DealFlow Media ‘s Alternative Finance Conference Israel, where Loeb partners Mitchell S. Nussbaum and Lloyd L. Rothenberg will participate on panels.

From the conference website:

DealFlow Media's Alternative Finance Conference is a forum for discussion of unconventional sources of capital for Israeli companies. This event transcends familiar dialogue on venture capital and private equity and dives right into the topics that Israeli companies aren't familiar with - alternative public offerings, PIPEs (Private Investment in Public Equity), Registered Directs, Confidentially Marketed Public Offerings (CMPOs), SPACs (Special Purpose Acquisition Companies), alternatives to venture capital and structured debt investments, to name a few.

Whether it's tracking new deal strategies or emerging geographical regions, DealFlow Media has been first with innovative programming, unique content, and exciting networking opportunities for finance professionals.

The Alternative Finance Conference has one goal - to educate Israeli companies by pairing them up with International experts on cross-border finance.

Selected Agenda
Monday, December 12, 2011
8:55AM - 9:55AM - Exploring Small IPOs, Follow-ons, PIPEs, Registered Directs & Confidentially Marketed Public Offerings

This panel examines some of the options that Israeli companies seeking capital from foreign investors have in the current market environment. Panelists will discuss structures and pricing terms for Private Investments in Public Equity (PIPEs), registered directs, firm commitment underwritten offerings and examine the regulatory process, customization of deal terms, stock exchange listing issues, and the importance of investor relations.

Mitchell S. Nussbaum, Loeb & Loeb LLP

Brad Ackerman, Hull Capital
Stewart Flink, Next View Capital
Noam Rubinstein, Rodman & Renshaw
Jonathan Shechter, Shiboleth LLP

Monday, December 12, 2011
4:50PM - 5:40PM
- Selling a Venture Backed Company

When a venture backed company is up for sale, founders need to be aware of the impacts that venture capital investment has on the company. What are the key clauses that are customarily included in VC transactions that could impact the sale? Panelists examine the effects various types of preferred stock issued in VC rounds may have, along with liquidation preferences and customary solutions including the use of a "carve-out plan" to retain key employees.

Alon Harnoy, Shiboleth LLP

Daniel Cohen, Gemini Israel Funds
Mark Goldwasser, National Securities
Moshe Levin, Draper Fisher Jurvetson Tamir Fishman
Steven Levy, Stifel Nicolaus Weisel
Lloyd L. Rothenberg, Loeb & Loeb LLP