May 27 2016
ALLEGIANCY CEO STEVE SADLER TO SPEAK AT THE IGLOBAL FORUM’S 4TH REAL ESTATE CROWDFUNDING SUMMIT
Richmond, Va., May 27, 2016 — Demystifying the new world of non-accredited crowdfunding. It’s a topic Steve Sadler, CEO of Allegiancy, is uniquely positioned to speak on as he’s led his commercial real estate asset management firm to become the second company in the nation to raise private equity through new regulations under the JOBS Act.
He’ll share his experience on Allegiancy’s $30 million mini-IPO raise under the new Reg A+ June 23 as a guest panelist at the iGlobal Forum 4th Real Estate Crowdfunding Summit in Los Angeles.
Sadler will be joining other crowdfunding and real estate experts to discuss the opportunities put forth with the new regulations and the impact of crowdfunding on real estate.
To view the complete agenda for the summit, and to register, click here. When registering, to save 10 percent, use discount code ALLEGIANCY.
“Real estate crowdfunding is on a roll as the pool of potential investors has expanded exponentially with the addition of non-accredited investors to the mix,” iGlobal reports. “With all JOBS Act regulations now in effect, the ultimate question is whether we’re on track to realize the hopes and dreams of real estate crowdfunding, and what the future holds.”
The summit will draw more than 150 senior-level executives from leading real estate developers and owners, crowdfunding platforms, private equity firms, hedge funds, family offices, broker/dealers, RIAs, investment banks, institutional investors, asset managers and high-net-worth individuals.
“We look forward to sharing our experience with utilizing the new rules to raise capital through crowdfunding platforms,” Sadler said. “Being the first to take on these new regulations, we’ve learned how to navigate the rules for success and the best ways to promote offerings.”
Allegiancy is a fee-based, pure play in the commercial real estate space. In a $15 trillion industry with $886 billion in revenue, Allegiancy’s disruptive, technology-enabled approach can mean serious profits. Active Asset Management drives superior returns for investors.
Allegiancy’s proprietary CRE Tech platform enables consistent out-performance on a scalable basis from a company poised to grow at an exponential rate. Allegiancy’s decades of experience along with five years of “live fire” testing delivered more than 400 percent growth that demonstrates the business model works.
For more information about the company or to arrange an interview with Allegiancy CEO, Steve Sadler, contact Audrey Bevel at email@example.com, or 866.842.7545.
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