Problem Solving And Financing For SMEs Revisted


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It was a real pleasure to help design the agenda for the recent conference, Alternative Finance: New Solutions To Old Problems.

The event was sponsored by Cubism Law, which played a leading role in framing the terms of the conference. Following Cubism Law's lead was a host of significant players in the alternative finance sector, including Money&Co., equity platform VentureFounders, P2P platform Archover, data monitor Crowdnetic, pro-European business campaigning group, British Influence, and crowdfunding intelligence platform, Another Crowd.

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The idea was to equip attendees with an understanding of how to:

  • survey alternative finance, including crowdfunding, examine seed and mezzanine equity capital, loan credit and other products from diverse sources
  • maximise the funding opportunities of alternative finance and crowdfunding
  • provide a balanced portfolio of high-yield debt and risk-weighted equity for individual investors and lenders
  • create a new asset class of intellectual property, safeguarded within an agile regulatory framework
  • drive crowdfunded economic growth in a dynamic, but ethically and transparently regulated fashion

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Here, Andrew Pena, founder of Cubism Law, outlines his thinking in setting up the firm. As you might expect from the name, Cubism is all about looking at things differently – taking a practical, engaged, often radically different approach to problem-solving (rather than just giving legal advice and sending a fee note).

Apologies in advance for the sound interference on the first 15 seconds of footage – the conference facility's audio equipment had an intermittent earthing fault. But after the very first opening remarks, you will discover a refreshing approach to problem-solving and business.

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