April 05 2016
Steve Sadler, CEO of CRE tech disruptor Allegiancy, to present at the First Look Equities Summit in Atlanta
Richmond, Va., April 6, 2016 — Allegiancy CEO Steve Sadler has been invited to discuss how to unlock the potential of mini-IPOs and new Reg A+ at the First Look Equities Summit on April 25-26 in Atlanta.
Sadler will be speaking on April 26 on a panel titled, “OTC Markets Hosts a Special Session: Liquidity Matters! Know your options. How does Reg A stack up against other options? Stay private, mini-IPO/Reg A+, or go public?” The panel will be held from 11:15 a.m. to noon.
In March, Allegiancy launched its $30 million mini-IPO under new Reg A+. Allegiancy became the second American firm after Elio Motors — which is seeing its stock hover around a 50 percent increase following its offering closing — to launch following implementation by the Securities and Exchange Commission of the new JOBS Act rules.
Sadler and other speakers will offer valuable insight and an insiders perspective into how the JOBS Act is being used today. Among the elite entrepreneurial and crowdfunding experts joining Sadler in Atlanta will be Kendall Almerico, considered one of the top crowdfunding attorneys in America, and Jason Paltrowitz, executive vice president of corporate services at OTC Markets.
“I want to say thanks to First Look Equities for hosting this historic panel,” Sadler said. “Licensed investment professionals, private investors and companies who attend First Look Equities will have this rare opportunity to get practical, actionable first-hand information about a law that is changing capital formation forever.”
Leading Allegiancy into the second new Reg A+ mini-IPO is auspicious for investors who missed the Elio opportunity, Sadler said.
“Opportunity does knock twice,” Sadler said. “If you missed Elio, here is a second chance.”
The First Look Equities Summit is an occasion for investors, entrepreneurs, business owners, broker-dealers, registered investment advisors and others to learn more about using the JOBS Act, including Reg A+. The summit is committed to finding emerging growth companies that are on the verge of explosive growth potential and giving them a platform to gain access to investors and trusted resources. For more information on the First Look Equities Summit or to RSVP, click here: https://firstlookequities.com
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.
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