NES Financial announced today that it has been selected by AISA Investment Advisers as the independent third party fund administrator for the company’s EB-5 Client’s Managed Investment Account. NES Financial’s leading Intelligent EB-5 Solutions have been used on more than 350 projects representing over $14 billion in EB-5 capital.
AISA is a registered investment advisory firm specializing in private investment opportunities that qualify for the EB-5 program. Its dedication to providing institutional standard professional support is reflected in its thorough and objective approach to due diligence and project selection for investors.
“We chose NES Financial because of their leadership position and expertise in EB-5,” said Peyman Attari, President and CEO of AISA. “NES Financial and AISA share a commitment to security, transparency, and compliance in the EB-5 market. As demand for our services continues to grow, we need to select a solution that could scale to meet our needs. We found the NES Financial Intelligent EB-5 Solution to be the best fit for AISA.”
NES Financial’s suite of Intelligent EB-5 Solutions was built to cover the entire EB-5 life cycle from start to finish and can also be used on non-EB-5 projects to track the funds throughout the whole process. The Solutions were built around the company’s principles of security, transparency, and compliance – messages that resonate well with investors and can help increase the marketability of a project.
“Many EB-5 investors are also interested in exploring broader, more traditional investment opportunities,” said Reid Thomas, NES Financial Executive Vice-President. “From the onset, our EB-5 Fund Administration Solution was built with this capability in mind. As the market continues to mature, we are seeing increasing usage of this capability.”
About NES Financial
NES Financial provides technology-enabled services for the efficient middle and back office administration of highly specialized financial transactions. Our custom solutions include EB-5 escrows, 1031 exchanges, and fund administration services. Many of the world’s largest financial institutions and corporations rely on our proprietary technology, unparalleled expertise, and outstanding services to ensure the secure, transparent, and compliant management of funds. Recognized by Artisan Business Group as the 2013 EB-5 Service Provider of the Year and by Inc. Magazine’s 500|5000 as one of the fastest growing private companies in America two years in a row, NES Financial helps companies lower operational costs, reduce risk, and improve ROI. For more information, visit nesfinancial.com.
AISA is a registered investment advisory firm in the U.S. It was founded with a simple goal: to give EB-5 investors the highest standard professional support to enable them to make a sound investment decision that achieves all of their objectives. AISA’s senior team members developed expertise at world-class financial institutions as well as at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The company brings extensive financial knowledge and institutional quality due diligence capabilities to the EB-5 market.
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