Webinar: Understanding Compliance Requirements
As new regulations evolve, EB-5 compliance is more important than ever
Compliance standards for the EB-5 industry are expected to increase. Given recent growth in the EB-5 industry, this comes as no surprise.
Since EB-5 project success depends on remaining in compliance, issuers must proactively prepare to meet new regulatory standards.
NES Financial’s Preparing Today for Tomorrow’s Success Webinar – Meeting EB-5 Compliance Requirements will take place Tuesday, July 28th at 11 a.m. PST.
Specialized EB-5 experts will discuss the proposed regulations, implications for project compliance, and strategies to ensure EB-5 projects continue to meet all necessary requirements.
Proposed changes may impact:
- Project and Regional Center approval
- Securities laws and regulation compliance
- Immigration documentation needs
- Financial reporting requirements
- EB-5 Regional Center operations
The webinar will offer an opportunity to learn valuable strategies to ensure EB-5 projects remain in compliance in a changing regulatory environment.
Space is limited, so be sure to register today!
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