What is Impact Investing? Learn all about it in Episode 8 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio with guest, Alon Goren of Invested.In

What is Impact Investing? In Episode 8 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio, host Alicia Purdy speaks with Alon Goren, Founder of Invested.In, to explore socially conscious investing. Their discussion will cover different investment opportunities for the socially aware investor, what sort of due diligence is required for these types of investments and how impact investing could change the way aid is rendered in the future.

Learn about a variety of investment options by visiting www.aimkts.com

Learn more about Invested.in and Alon Goren by visiting invested.in

Or find him here:

LinkedIn

https://www.linkedin.com/in/alongoren

Twitter:

@alonymous

@investedin

 

Alon Goren is the CEO and co-founder of InvestedIn – a leading technology company that specializes in white-label crowdfunding platforms for reward, donation, pre-sales, equity crowdfunding and lending applications, and of INVST, an invite-only investment platform for sophisticated accredited investors to invest in institutional-quality deals. A thought leader on social enterprise and crowdfunding, Alon has spoken at South by Southwest V2V and the Crowdfunding Professional Association’s Annual Crowdfund Investing Innovation Forum and has been featured in The Washington PostForbesMashable, and The Street. Alon was named as one the socalTECH 50 that recognizes the top 50 top technology leaders in Southern California.

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RADIO SHACK BANKRUPTCY WATCH: Enter Chief Revitalization Officer

In “RADIO SHACK BANKRUPTCY WATCH: Enter Chief Revitalization Officer,” the Editorial Staff of Commercial Bankruptcy Investor discusses the person and the turnaround task of Radio Shack’s important new executive appointment.”

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DACyak Weekly Digest!

Here’s the latest news and events from DailyDAC, LLC. Don’t forget to check out the newest listings on the Opportunistic Deal Database and the Mature Deal Database!

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In Episode 7, AIMkts Radio Talks Real Estate Investing for Accredited Investors with David Manshoory of AssetAvenue.

In Episode 7, Accredited Investor Markets Radio host Chris Cahill talks real estate investing with David Manshoory, Founder and CEO of AssetAvenue. Their discussion includes the risks and rewards of equity and debt investing,  the advantages to using a platform for investing in debt offerings, and they also share specifics on what an Accredited Investors should look for when selecting a platform.

Learn more about real estate investing by visiting www.accreditedinvestormarkets.com

Learn more about David Manshoory and AssetAvenue by visiting www.assetavenue.com/about

You can also find David here:

Twitter: @DavidMansoory

    @assetavenue

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/assetavenue

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/assetavenue?trk=top_nav_home

 

David Manshoory is the Founder and CEO of AssetAvenue, an online marketplace that allows investors to invest directly in high quality commercial real estate properties, providing passive cash flows from previously inaccessible investment opportunities. David has 10 years of experience in commercial real estate acquisitions, due diligence and management. He previously founded Momentum Capital Partners, an investor-backed real estate fund, and worked in acquisitions and development at a number of notable real estate investment companies, where he evaluated the financial returns of over $1 billion of commercial real estate projects.


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What Else Can a Creditors Committee Do? Maybe Reap $1.5 Billion for Unsecured Creditors (Lender Beware)

In “What Else Can a Creditors Committee Do?  Maybe Reap $1.5 Billion for Unsecured Creditors (Lender Beware),” the Editorial Staff of Commercial Bankruptcy Litigationillustrates how a creditors committee in a chapter 11 case can get large amounts of money for unsecured creditors by challenging the liens of secured creditors.  In such a dispute in the Old GM case, the amount at stake is $1.5 billion.

Read the full article here or visit www.commercialbankruptcylitigation.com to learn more.

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Investment still flowing into start-ups

The evolution of start-up investing, especially in the last decade or so, shows the trend of opportunities and changing attitudes towards investment. In fact, down cycles breeds entrepreneurships and investors are still interested.

Read what some experts are saying about the longevity of the entrepreneurial “trend” and investor reactions, here.

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SEC advisory committee calls only for further consideration of changes to “Accredited Investor” definition for individual investors in private placements

Pursuant to a mandate in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the “Dodd-Frank Act”), every four years beginning in 2014, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is to review the definition of accredited investor to determine whether it should be “adjusted or modified for the protection of investors, in the public interest, and in light of the economy.” That review is underway. As it proceeds, the SEC Investor Advisory Committee, itself a creation of the Dodd-Frank Act, undertook an assessment of the current definition of accredited investor to determine whether basing it entirely on financial thresholds best determines an individual’s ability to bear and understand the risks of investing in private placements, and whether criteria other than the existing purely quantitative income and net worth criteria are meaningful proxies for investor sophistication.

Accredited Investor Markets is pleased to have an in depth, plain English summary of the October 2014 SEC meeting centered around potential changes to the “accredited investor” definition from guest author Robert N. Rapp, (B.A., J.D., Case Western Reserve University; M.B.A., Cleveland State University and a partner in Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLP).

Read Rapp’s full report of the SEC’s meeting, Advisory Committee reports and subsequent discussions here.

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