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Panelists: ROBERT DIVINE, OMAR HAKIM, MARIZA MCKEE, SCOTT ANDERSEN

Moderated by: KURT REUSS

 

A "conflict of interest" refers to any situation in which a person or entity has an incentive, financial or otherwise, to serve one of its interests to the detriment of another. In EB-5 transactions, conflicts can take many forms.

 


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Robert Divine

Baker Donelson

Omar Hakim

Omar Hakim

Mona Shaw & Associates

Mariza McKee

Mariza McKee

Kutak Rock

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Scott Andersen

Anderson, PC

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Kurt Reuss

Primary Capital

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Managing Conflicts of Interest

Challenge of Valuing Equity Contributions When Self-Dealing

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Questions we discussed include:

  • How do conflicts of interest and EB-5 business ethics overlap?
  • Why is it important to disclose conflicts of interest?
  • How does the ‘EB-5 Integrity Act of 2016’ highlight conflicts of interest?
  • Are there different types of conflicts of interest?
  • What concerns should be considered when a law firm represents both the EB-5 Issuer and the Investor?
  • What should be considered when multiple parties (NCE, JCE, RC) are under common control?
  • Does a conflict exist when the Manager of the NCE is earning substantially more than the Investors?
  • How do you determine ‘sufficient disclosure’?