Banking & EB-5: Understanding the Roles of a Bank in EB-5 Transactions
Banking institutions and financial services providers play a pivotal role throughout the EB-5 process in managing risk for the investors and project.
Until relatively recently, investors' funds have been placed into an escrow account until I-526 petitions are approved (or otherwise returned to the investor if the petition is denied). However, due to delays in adjudication by USCIS (up to 18 months or more in some cases), some have elected to utilize more flexible escrow arrangements while others have turned to "bridge financing," to keep project schedules on track so intended goals of economic impact can be met.
This webinar will take assess the important role of a bank in EB-5 transactions while also taking reviewing the various escrow arrangements and financing options that developer and regional center entities are utilizing to break ground on EB-5 projects.
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