EB-5 Consulting and Seminar Tour Comes to Washington DC, Miami and Las Vegas

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Brian Su's “2012 National EB-5 Foreign Investment Consulting Tour” is scheduled to be in Irvine, California, Washington DC, Miami and Las Vegas.

Brian Su's “2012 National EB-5 Foreign Investment Consulting Tour” which is an opportunity that EB-5 regional centers, commercial real estate developers and capital-seeking businesses won’t want to miss, is coming to Irvine, California, September 10-11, 2012, Washington, DC, October 15, 2012, Miami November 8, 2012, and Las Vegas December 6, 2012. Mr. Su, a well-renowned EB-5 industry expert, has traveled nationwide in the past to conduct seminars and share the extensive knowledge he has gained through his many years of EB-5 experience. While conducting these presentations, Mr. Su has recognized that many seminar guests could benefit from one-on-one advisory. Thus Mr. Su, in order to work with his clients on a more personal level, is presenting a nationwide consulting tour.

The EB-5 program— on which Mr. Su’s consultations are centered-- creates potential for U.S. businesses and project developers to tap into foreign capital sources that would otherwise be difficult to come by. The program, which is also referred to as the “Immigrant Investor Program,” is a 1990 initiative of Congress that seeks to stimulate the U.S. economy and job market through foreign investment. In return, foreign investors with high net worth are rewarded with a desirable green card alternative. Throughout the life of the program, billions of dollars of foreign investment have flowed into the U.S., much of which has come from China. With its growing economy and increasing wealth, China continues to provide a reliable source of foreign capital for U.S. developers. “China’s Private Wealth Report 2011,” published by China Merchants Bank, shows that Chinese interests in oversea immigration and real estate are growing. The publication also notes that approximately 27% of Chinese billionaires have been involved in emigration investment. The interest wealthy Chinese show in investing abroad, combined with the EB-5 program, provide a win-win solution that connects high net-worth Chinese individuals with U.S. businesses and developers needing financial backing. Individuals or business seeking funding specifically for real estate development projects are great candidates for the program.

Mr. Su is well equipped to help U.S. real estate developers and other capital seekers access the Chinese Wealth Market through the EB-5 program. Mr. Su acts as President and CEO of Artisan Business Group, Inc., as well as President of the EB-5 China Market Council.

This year’s consultation tour will provide capital-seekers with a broad understanding of the issues surrounding foreign investment. Those who register will learn more about the EB-5 program and key aspects of international real estate, all while gaining awareness of the strategies and objectives of Chinese foreign investors. The consultation process will also be used to educate clients on the latest developments in the EB-5 program and explain the impact of the September 2012 “Sunset” of the program. The ultimate purpose of the consultation tour is to assist clients in attracting foreign investors and entering the Chinese Wealth Market.

“Chinese investors have a strong interest in investing in the U.S. through EB-5 immigrant investor program as many investors consider sending their children for a better education in the U.S. However finding qualified Asian and Chinese investors are a critical and challenging task for many investment projects here.” says Brian Su.

The 2012 National EB-5 and Foreign Investment Tour consists of 20 U.S. stops with consultation dates spanning from January through December 2012. U.S. Cities on the Tour include Portland Maine, Chicago, Las Vegas, Orlando, Miami, Portland Oregon, Austin, New York City, San Francisco, Dallas, Denver, etc.

For more information regarding the consultation tour, dates and locations, registration, or the on-site visits, please visit: http://www.EB5NewsBlog.org
Press Contact:

Mr. Brian Su
Artisan Business Group, Inc.

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