The targeted audience is foreign investors, developers, EB-5 regional centers, and those interested in the EB-5 program in general.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 23, 2013
The concept of this new Dialogue Series is to provide accurate, timely information regarding the program's current issues, rules, regulations, status and more as it pertains to EB-5 in a live interactive format. The targeted audience is foreign investors, developers, EB-5 regional centers, and those interested in the EB-5 program in general. In future webcasts, viewers will be able to interact and ask the EB-5 experts and professional questions directly and if they miss the live presentation, they can view the recorded presentation and ask question via the Dialogue Series Forum.
The first edition features attorney Michael Homeier of Homeier and Law, a corporate and securities law firm with offices in California and New York. During this two-part series sixty-minute program, Homeier discusses securities law, its role in the EB-5 program and the importance of the Securities and Exchange Commission becoming more involved with EB-5 and what that could mean for foreign investors, brokers, regional centers and individuals who operate in and outside of the United States. Homeier also talked about the lawsuit the SEC filed against Intercontinental Regional Center Trust of Chicago and its impact on the EB-5 program.
This new series is designed for viewers to be able to interact with expert guests, asking questions directly to help ensure that they receive the best information possible to make informed decisions regarding their EB-5 venture. For a nominal fee, viewers will be able to join the live dialogue webcasts and ask questions of the experts, or they can access past webcasts via our website if they missed the live presentation.
Each webcast will be approximately sixty-minutes and will provide invaluable information for anyone in the EB-5 industry, whether you're an investor trying to do your due diligence, a developer interested in starting your own regional center or a stakeholder just interested in educating yourself about EB-5 to see if this program is a good fit for you. The professionals that will be featured include attorneys, developers, regional center principals, economists, and more.
EB-5 Investment Report Magazine is currently looking for additional speakers and contributors for our educational dialogue series. If you are an EB-5 professional or expert active working in the industry who would like to be part of this new informative series, please contact EB-5 Investment Report Magazine.
info at eb5investmentreport dot com