2016 EB-5 Innovation Summit: New York
The EB-5 industry spent much of 2015 anticipating, analyzing, and campaigning for Regional Center program reform and reauthorization. From the start, it was clear the EB-5 industry would be subject to increased compliance requirements.
As the new regulations begin to take effect in 2016, the EB-5 industry must find and implement the right strategies to ensure compliance with new requirements.
NES Financial is hosting its 3rd annual EB-5 Innovation Summit to help you navigate through 2016.
You will be able to hear from many of the leaders in the EB-5 industry who will provide valuable information and answer your questions on navigating the new EB-5 legislation.
Register for this free seminar to gain valuable insights and network with your peers.
Space is limited, so register today.
CLE credit pending.
Matt Gordon, E3 Investment Group; Bill Gresser, EB-5 New York State, LLC; Laura Reiff, Greenberg Traurig; Kate Kalmykov, Greenberg Traurig; Clem Turner, Homeier and Law; Daniel B. Lundy, Klasko Immigration Partners; Mona Shah, Mona Shah & Associates; Carolyn Lee, Miller Mayer; and more
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