Crowdfunding or Crowdfrauding

  • April 19, 2016
  • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
  • 1475 Lawrence Street, Denver, Colorado, 5th Floor


Ethical Issues with Seeking Investors

 from the Crowd

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Free Lunch and Refreshments Provided

 CU Denver Business School

5th Floor Laube Collaboration Commons

1475 Lawrence Street, Denver

 Presented by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the University of Colorado Denver Business School

 The nature of "crowdfunding" is changing with the recent enactment of state and federal laws and regulations. Soon, private companies will be able to solicit equity investment via the Internet with less disclosure and regulatory hurdles than in the past. While this may lead to more job creation, the reduced disclosure requirements are creating concern about the potential for fraud and a lack of transparency. Our panel discussion will focus on these ethical issues.

 One hour of CPE ethics credit available


  • Karl Dakin, Colorado Capital Congress PBC
  • Tim Hatten, Colorado Mesa University
  • Gerald Rome, Colorado Division of Securities
  • Jay Scoggins, U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Moderated by:

Sarah Engel, Jake Jabs Center for  Entrepreneurship


The Colorado Capital Congress will not be accepting registrations for this event.

720 296 0372

7148 S. Andes Circle, Centennial, CO 80016

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software