Join me today for part 2 of my interview with securities expert Gene Trowbridge (To listen/watch part one, click here) On this portion of the interview you will learn answers to questions like:
- When can I legal advertise my private placement?
- What exactly is crowdfunding?
- Will it help me grow my real estate business?
- How to use broker-dealers to scale up your private money campaign
- What should I consider before jumping into the syndication business
If you are at all interested in how to solve the dilemma of too many opportunities and not enough capital this IS the call for you!
Key Definition for This Call:
Broker-Dealer per investopedia.com:
A person or firm in the business of buying and selling securities, operating as both a broker and a dealer, depending on the transaction. The term broker-dealer is used in U.S. securities regulation parlance to describe stock brokerages, because most of them act as both agents and principals. A brokerage acts as a broker (or agent) when it executes orders on behalf of clients, whereas it acts as a dealer (or principal) when it trades for its own account.
Broker-dealers fulfill several important functions in the financial industry; these include providing investment advice to customers, supplying liquidity through market-making activities, facilitating trading activities, publishing investment research and raising capital for companies. Broker-dealers may range in size from small independent boutiques to large subsidiaries of giant commercial and investment banks.
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