MIAMI—How does the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Rule 506(c) impact commercial real estate brokers? What can real estate brokers do to meet securities broker-dealer requirements? And is it possible to obtain dual licenses as real estate and securities brokers?

GlobeSt.com caught up with corporate attorneys David T. Schubauer, a partner with Miami-based Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod, and associate Amy Podolsky, also with the firm’s corporate group, discuss the answers to these questions. If you missed part one of this exclusive interview this morning, you can still read it: Will This SEC Rule Boost CRE Crowdfunding?

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