Independent Fiduciary Solutions for Project Sponsors
EB-5 is coming under greater scrutiny than ever before. Are you prepared?
When the EB-5 program was developed, it was designed to serve as an alternative source of funding for project sponsors, an innovative way to stimulate American economic development and job creation, and as a means of helping foreign nationals achieve their dreams of becoming American residents. Over the course of its existence, the program has achieved much of this.
Unfortunately, the positive increase in EB-5 activity over the past few years has been accompanied by an increase in the number of cases of fraud and violations of U.S. securities regulations. Some EB-5 practitioners have been accused of embezzling investor's funds. Outrage has spurred U.S. Congress and the regulatory agencies to take action in order to strengthen investor protections and preserve the integrity of the EB-5 program.
Today, regulators, investors, and their representatives are demanding more oversight, a greater focus on due diligence, and an independent monitoring role.
EB-5 is an industry in transition and everyone playing a role in it will be under greater scrutiny than ever before.
AISA's Independent Fiduciary Solutions services will assist project sponsors in:
Strengthening the marketability of their project
Reducing their liability and resolving potential conflicts of interest
Demonstrating compliance with regulatory issues and upcoming integrity measures
√ Offering Preparation
AISA will identify and evaluate the project's operational, financial, and regulatory risks; establish procedures and develop an implementation plan to mitigate any risk.
√ Financial Checks and Balances
AISA professionals will structure and implement controls to ensure appropriate handling and disbursements of investment funds and assets.
√ Monitoring and Compliance
AISA will monitor the progress of the project in accordance with the business plan and ensure compliance with regulations and proposed integrity measures.
√ Funds Redeployment
AISA will step in as the registered investment adviser to redeploy investors' funds in a mutually beneficial manner to the investors and the project sponsors, in accordance with all USCIS and regulatory requirements.
√ Education and Promotion
AISA will educate investors and intermediaries about the role, responsibilities, and recommendations of the independent fiduciary.
AISA EB-5 Investment Advisers are dedicated to helping project sponsors and private investors navigate through the process of EB-5 investment. AISA is a registered investment advisory firm with expertise in both the EB-5 immigration investor program and also in financial research and analysis. Senior team members have gained their experience from world-class companies including Deutsche Bank, Soros Fund Management, AEGON and Price-Waterhouse.
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Financial advisory services are only provided to investors who become AISA Clients pursuant to a written investment advisory agreement, which investors are urged to read and carefully consider in determining whether such agreement is suitable for their individual facts and circumstances.
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There are substantial risks involved with EB-5 investments: risks that may affect the money that has been invested in the projects as well as risks associated with meeting the criteria required by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in granting permanent residency. Investors must be able to afford the loss of their entire investment. Past performance is no guarantee of future results, and the likelihood of any investment outcome is hypothetical in nature.
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