Innovation Webinar Series: Next Generation Escrows
Early release escrows have become a new norm in the EB-5 industry. While issuers want to ensure that developers secure access to EB-5 capital to keep projects moving forward, there has also been a tacit consideration that investors are exposed to more risk with early release escrows.
Register for NES Financial’s Innovation Webinar Series: Next Generation Escrows to learn about a flexible and secure escrow solution that enables access to EB-5 capital and also safeguards investors. We’ll cover practical and real-world strategies, including:
- Retaining investor security while harnessing the benefit of moving money from escrow faster
- Increasing marketability of Regional Center projects through transparency and security
- Executing offerings with adequate contingency plans in the event of an I-526 denial
Hear from EB-5 industry authorities, including Rohit Kapuria, associate attorney at Arnstein & Lehr, and Reid Thomas, EVP at NES Financial, about applicable steps in maintaining best practices with next generation escrows.
Be sure to register today!
Arnstein & Lehr's, Rohit Kapuria and NES Financial's, Reid Thomas
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