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Focus: Raleigh and Edison

While everyone awaits the new EB5 regulation with bated breath, it is not here yet. However, at least some Indians have grasped that the regulation is definitely coming (reports from Taiwan and Vietnam indicate that those markets are still a bit skeptical). This is evidenced by the fact that many of our clients are reporting sharply increased interest from Indian investors (measured by volume of communication), and a few of our larger clients are reporting many wires from Indians last week--much higher than their investment flows a few weeks ago (some of these wires are from those who attended ILW events). In other words, the market has already heated up even before the regulation is published.

In consequence, several of our clients urged us to organize events right away as the market is already hotter now than it was in May & June. However, we can execute only a limited set of events before the regulation is announced. Should the regulation get delayed by a week or so, it is better to be doing a couple of events rather than just waiting.

In view of all the above we have decided to conduct 2 events--one in Raleigh on July 23rd and one in the New York area on July 24th. Our usual discounts are available for these two events. In view of the very short time remaining before the events, we urge you to contact us immediately if you plan to present to Indian investors at this events.

For more information and details, please call 212-545-0818 or email or click here.

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