EB-5 professionals from around the globe will meet on October 23–25 in Miami, Florida, at the 7th Annual IIUSA EB-5 Industry Forum. This premier event for the EB-5 marketplace will feature panels on legislative and regulatory activities that will affect the future of the program.
NES Financial will be a Premier Platinum Sponsor of the forum, exhibiting at Booth #1. In addition, we will be showcasing our Platinum Medallion Program, which recognizes projects that have implemented best practices resulting in greater security, transparency and compliance. This award has gained recognition throughout the industry as a mark of the highest levels of administrative excellence — a distinction which has become more important in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
“The IIUSA conference is a great place to highlight our Medallion Program, since many of our clients and partners will be in attendance,” said Laura Kelly, NES Financial Vice President of Marketing. “The EB-5 industry continuously grows each year, and this event also presents an opportunity to meet new stakeholders and let them know about our leading solutions that can help them streamline their business processes.”
Redeployment has become a hot issue within the EB-5 community, and Executive Vice President Reid Thomas will be a speaker on a panel devoted to this timely topic. Titled “Sustainment of Investment: Investor Risks & Potential Market-Based Solutions to the Capital Redeployment Conundrum,” this panel of experts will discuss interpretations of the USCIS update to its EB-5 Policy Manual in June 2017 regarding redeployment and sustainment of investment, what it means for the industry, and the questions that are left unanswered by this update.
In addition, NES Financial will be highlighting an innovative new solution for this issue — the EB-5 Redeployment Program. Developed together with Medallion Partner and Registered Investment Advisor Capital United and real estate lending, investment and advisory leader Greystone, this comprehensive solution features a proprietary redeployment structure, built on industry best practices, that satisfies the USCIS “at risk” requirements.