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Our mission is to connect investors to EB-5 issuers of carefully evaluated projects.
Investors, we speak with, aim to immigrate to the United States while making a meaningful financial contribution, typically in the form of a real estate investment.
EB-5 issuers, we speak with, are typically real estate developers, looking into EB-5 as an alternate funding method for their projects.
While no investment comes with zero risk, our professionals carefully evaluate both the investment projects and the qualifications of prospective investors.
Mr. Marko Issever joined Riverside Management Group (RMG) as a Managing Director in May 2016 in order to, among other things, lead the Firm’s EB5 capital raising and placement activities via its wholly owned subsidiary BCW Securities LLC. He is also the Founder and CEO of America EB5 Visa, LLC (www.americaeb5visa.com), a company dedicated to connect EB-5 issuers of carefully evaluated projects to investors.
He is also the Founding Partner of BH Capital Management, LLC, (BHCM) a real estate investment company specializing in investment and development opportunities.
Prior to joining RMG and establishing America EB5 Visa, LLC and BHCM, Mr. Issever was a Managing Director at The Bank of New York Mellon Global & Capital Markets, leading the firm’s derivative business to financial institutions globally.
Mr. Issever has been in Wall Street for over 30 years and was also a Founding member of the derivative business in Sakura Global Capital, a Japanese bank subsidiary that subsequently merged with Sumitomo Capital Markets to form SMBC Capital Markets.
Mr. Issever started his Wall Street career in Prudential Securities’ Financial Strategies Group where he specialized in mortgage backed security opportunities such as CMO’s, risk-controlled arbitrage transactions, as well as other asset backed securitizations including securitization of policy holder loans.
Mr. Issever is a graduate of The Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania where he earned his MBA degree in Finance and MA in Economics. Prior to Wharton, he graduated from Boğaziçi Universitesi and Robert Kolej in Istanbul, Turkey.
He is the Founding President of Aleph Learning Center, a Jewish outreach organization and a Board Member of Manhattan Sephardic Congregation.
He holds the series 7 & 63 securities licenses.
He speaks Turkish (native) and Ladino Spanish fluently. He is married and lives with his three children in New York City.
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- Advise for Chinese EB-5 investors (1 answer)
- Applicant profile for EB5 (1 answer)
- Are there any applications that are non-infrastructure or real estate related? - 3rd April, 2013 (2 answers)
- As a licensed Florida Real Estate Sales Associate, How and where may I lawfully get involved? (4 answers)
- Can a single family housing development of 100 to 140 homes qualify for an EB 5 Investment? (3 answers)
- Can all of the invested funds be a gift? (12 answers)
- Can an EB-5 regional center be sold to a foreign entity? (3 answers)
- Comment on sustaining the investment requirement (2 answers)
- Criteria for project selection (1 answer)
- Do I have to invest my own money in my EB-5 project? (5 answers)
- Do I have to use escrow when taking in EB-5 investors capital? (7 answers)
- Do I need to invest before the I-526 petition is filed? (3 answers)
- Do investor funds need be reimbursed? (6 answers)
- EB5 application fail (2 answers)
- EB5 vs E2 (1 answer)
- Global tax liability (1 answer)
- Guaranteed investment (1 answer)
- How are EB-5 funds usually returned after I-829 approval? (9 answers)
- How can I apply for EB-5 if I already applied for an investor visa in another country? (3 answers)
- How can I change from E-2 classification to an EB-5 visa? (3 answers)
- How can I keep capital at risk if I am ready to or need to pay back my investors early? (3 answers)
- How can I split my $1 million investment between land purchase and working costs? (6 answers)
- How can I stay in the United States for EB-5 if my J-1 visa will expire? (5 answers)
- How can someone without an employment history apply for EB-5? (7 answers)
- How do I find the best EB-5 project in terms of investment? (2 answers)
- How important is it to show aggressive revenue growth for my EB-5 project? (2 answers)
- How many Regional Centers are there? (8 answers)
- How much time it takes to process I-526 Petition? (8 answers)
- I have heard that a direct EB-5 project can be a 'pooled' investment, is this true? (4 answers)
- Is an investment in a regional center guaranteed? (8 answers)
- Process of upgrade from E-2 to EB5 (2 answers)
- Questioning on the rising of EB-5 fee? (8 answers)
- Reinvestment risk (1 answer)
- Residency requirement (1 answer)
- Residential envestment (5 answers)
- Retrogression (2 answers)
- Retrogression induced reinvestment risk (2 answers)
- Retrogression Risk (2 answers)
- Return of investment criteria (1 answer)
- Should I have the same attorney for all EB-5 applications? (5 answers)
- Source of funds (1 answer)
- Source of Funds (1 answer)
- Source of Funds for Inheritance (1 answer)
- Sources of money fro EB5 investment (1 answer)
- Three general advices (1 answer)
- Total cost & expenditure for EB5 (2 answers)
- What are the pros and cons of using guest expenditures and/ or revenues inputs to my economic impact model to show more job creation? (3 answers)
- What can be counted towards the $1 million investment requirement? (3 answers)
- What happens if a conditional permanent resident leaves the U.S. for six months? (4 answers)
- What happens if the necessary jobs are not created? (5 answers)
- What is an RFE? (4 answers)
- What is the I-829 approval rate for the EB-5 program? (3 answers)
- What must be proven in order to obtain removal of conditions on permanent residence? (4 answers)
- When is it possible to apply for U.S. citizenship? (6 answers)
- Why do I need a business plan writer for my EB-5 project if I already know how to write a business plan? (3 answers)
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