April 06, 2016
Cadwalader is a proud sponsor of LendIt USA 2016 online lending conference April 11-12 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. Partners from Cadwalader, a recognized innovator in capital markets and structured asset-based finance, are presenting on multiple panels regarding regulation and securitization in the online lending industry.
Cadwalader guest speakers at LendIt USA include the following:
Bruce Bloomingdale. Alternative Investing Workshop: Auto Financing. April 11 from 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm PDT.
Scott Cammarn. Main Track: Innovations Shaping the Future, “Legal & Regulatory Q&A – Need to Know Information.” April 11 from 5:10 pm to 6:00 pm PDT.
Jeremiah Wagner. Structured Products Workshop: Reps & Warranties. April 12 from 5:00 pm to 5:30 pm PDT.
Cadwalader has broad experience in marketplace lending and fintech. Our lawyers advise clients on complex structured finance, securitization, fund formation and finance, consumer finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, leveraged and non-recourse finance, venture capital and private equity investment, intellectual property, and navigating the regulatory, data, and cyber-security complexities that arise in these transactions.
More than 4,000 attendees are expected to attend LendIt USA 2016, headlined by entrepreneur/investor Peter Thiel and featuring Lending Club's CEO Renaud Laplanche. LendIt is the largest conference series dedicated to connecting the global online lending community. LendIt hosts three conferences per year in the USA, Europe, and China. LendIt USA is the industry's annual flagship conference and brings together every major online lending platform from around the world.
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