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Thread: EB5 For Experts

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    ILW.COM is pleased to announce "EB5 For Experts", a new 3-part telephone seminar with Michael Gibson, H. Ronald Klasko , Joseph Bartlett, Michael Homeier and others. Tuesday, April 26 is the deadline to sign up, the curriculum is as follows:
    FIRST Phone Session on April 28: Securities law: Avoiding Litigation and Rescission

    With so many EB-5 Regional Centers marketing to a relatively few, the pressure is on to deliver investor clients and the tactics and techniques employed by some of the Center's, their agents and "finders", both in the U.S. and overseas may cause increased scrutiny by the Securities & Exchange Commission and attorneys who specialize on malpractice and litigation on behalf of their investor clients. How can EB-5 practitioners and Regional Centers who have offerings in the market stay safe and avoid potential litigation and rescission?

    Reg. D & Reg. S offerings (definition of exemption)
    Solicitation and 502(c) rule
    Internet advertising: Lamp & IPO.net
    Seminars: overseas and domestic, rules and practices
    Compensation and fees: definition of Agents & Finders
    Marketing material v. operating documents
    Project failure and investor litigation

    SECOND Phone Session on May 19: Due Diligence & Care

    Guidance in helping clients select an appropriate investment

    With an onslaught of EB-5 Regional Center applications filed recently and the expected number of Centers expected to top 200 in the near future, how can immigration attorneys expect to counsel their client on which investment to select and what should they do to protect themselves in the event that the project fails to achieve the removal of the I-829 or fails to return the capital invested?

    The role of the immigration attorney and care for client
    Due Diligence lists, how relevant are they?
    What factors should be considered
    Scope of representation
    Liability, disclaimers and waivers
    The role of the immigration attorney as advisor, professional insurance
    The roles of other professionals to assist the investor client

    THIRD Phone Session on June 9: Valuation & Risk

    What factors improve the chance of success in an EB-5 investment, the roles of capital, debt and equity, cash flow and what other factors are critical to making an informed decision in assessing the strength and weakness of the offering.

    Standards of value – define, compare, contrast, and discuss importance.
    Valuation process and how it differs for business val, M&A, and audit work.
    The critical nature of the management interview in performing good valuations and making good investment decisions in non-public companies.
    Further “privately-held v. publicly-held company” valuation issues.
    Risk and return (Sources for each and the need to remember both risk and return when valuing companies; Qualitative assessments; Quantitative methods; Company-specific risk, its nature, sources, and effects on value [Company size; Role of management, competition, the market])
    Capital structure and its effects on value.
    How international investors price/perceive value of U.S. companies v. how U.S. investors price/perceive value of the same U.S. companies.

    Tuesday, April 26 is the deadline to sign up. For more info, including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please see: Online: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201106.shtm. Fax form: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201106.pdf. Don't delay, sign up today.

  2. #2
    ILW.COM is pleased to announce "EB5 For Experts", a new 3-part telephone seminar with Michael Gibson, H. Ronald Klasko , Joseph Bartlett, Michael Homeier and others. Tuesday, April 26 is the deadline to sign up, the curriculum is as follows:
    FIRST Phone Session on April 28: Securities law: Avoiding Litigation and Rescission

    With so many EB-5 Regional Centers marketing to a relatively few, the pressure is on to deliver investor clients and the tactics and techniques employed by some of the Center's, their agents and "finders", both in the U.S. and overseas may cause increased scrutiny by the Securities & Exchange Commission and attorneys who specialize on malpractice and litigation on behalf of their investor clients. How can EB-5 practitioners and Regional Centers who have offerings in the market stay safe and avoid potential litigation and rescission?

    Reg. D & Reg. S offerings (definition of exemption)
    Solicitation and 502(c) rule
    Internet advertising: Lamp & IPO.net
    Seminars: overseas and domestic, rules and practices
    Compensation and fees: definition of Agents & Finders
    Marketing material v. operating documents
    Project failure and investor litigation

    SECOND Phone Session on May 19: Due Diligence & Care

    Guidance in helping clients select an appropriate investment

    With an onslaught of EB-5 Regional Center applications filed recently and the expected number of Centers expected to top 200 in the near future, how can immigration attorneys expect to counsel their client on which investment to select and what should they do to protect themselves in the event that the project fails to achieve the removal of the I-829 or fails to return the capital invested?

    The role of the immigration attorney and care for client
    Due Diligence lists, how relevant are they?
    What factors should be considered
    Scope of representation
    Liability, disclaimers and waivers
    The role of the immigration attorney as advisor, professional insurance
    The roles of other professionals to assist the investor client

    THIRD Phone Session on June 9: Valuation & Risk

    What factors improve the chance of success in an EB-5 investment, the roles of capital, debt and equity, cash flow and what other factors are critical to making an informed decision in assessing the strength and weakness of the offering.

    Standards of value – define, compare, contrast, and discuss importance.
    Valuation process and how it differs for business val, M&A, and audit work.
    The critical nature of the management interview in performing good valuations and making good investment decisions in non-public companies.
    Further “privately-held v. publicly-held company” valuation issues.
    Risk and return (Sources for each and the need to remember both risk and return when valuing companies; Qualitative assessments; Quantitative methods; Company-specific risk, its nature, sources, and effects on value [Company size; Role of management, competition, the market])
    Capital structure and its effects on value.
    How international investors price/perceive value of U.S. companies v. how U.S. investors price/perceive value of the same U.S. companies.

    Tuesday, April 26 is the deadline to sign up. For more info, including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please see: Online: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201106.shtm. Fax form: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201106.pdf. Don't delay, sign up today.

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