Key EB-5 panel set for TRD’s showcase in Shanghai

Mastroianni and other EB-5 experts to participate

TRD New York /
Jul.July 22, 2015 02:10 PM

Nicholas Mastroianni II, Min Chan, Kate Kamykov, Ron Klein and Clem Turner will be participating in the panel, “EB-5/Immigration & real estate” at The Real Deal’s September showcase in China.

The panel will offer a look at how EB-5 works and a survey of the current approved projects, as well as tips for carrying out the due diligence necessary to avoid any pitfalls. With the unprecedented demand for EB-5 visas by foreign investors – particularly Chinese investors — as a way to gain permanent U.S. residency, the turnout for this panel is expected to be extremely high.

We will continue to update you about who’s participating in other panels in the weeks to come, so be on the lookout for more exciting announcements. And, for more information about the event itself, please click here and check out the hashtag #TRDShanghai for updates via social media.

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