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Focusing on the EB-5 investor in 2015

At the IIUSA EB-5 Market Exchange in October, NES Financial asked 26 industry experts what they foresaw as the issues that would affect the EB-5 industry in 2015.

The flight to quality in EB-5 and globalization are a couple of issues that many experts seem to be concerned about. With the I-829 bubble well upon us, many respondents are already starting to think about the many projects that are approaching the investor settlement/return of capital phase.

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The retrogression issue can also play a part in this. As the experts point out, with investors waiting in queue for their conditional residency period to begin, it is possible that projects are complete, loan terms in the lending model are up, but investors still do not have I-829 approvals. In order to satisfy the “at-risk” provision, it is likely that many loan agreements will have to be re-structured.

Learn more about these topics and what the experts have to say about them by attending NES Financial’s exclusive EB-5 event, the 2015 EB-5 Innovation Summit.

“This is the only seminar series of its type in the industry,” said Reid Thomas, NES Financial Executive Vice President. “Not only are the most current issues and trends discussed by leading experts, but strategies and solutions are presented to help stakeholders prepare for meeting the challenges and seizing the opportunities that lie ahead.”

Space is limited, so sign up today!

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