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Panelists: LORI PATTERSON, CATHERINE DEBONO HOLMES, ROBERT CORNISH, CHRISTOPHER GABBARD

Moderated by: KURT REUSS

The managing member of an EB-5 offering must manage the investments made into the new commercial enterprise. Does this imply that the manager needs to be registered as an investment advisor?

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Lori Patterson

Baker Donelson

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Catherine Holmes

JMBM

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Robert Cornish

Phillips Lytle

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Christopher Gabbard

Greenberg Traurig

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Kurt Reuss

Primary Capital

 

Webinar begins at 2:00pm EST / 11:00am PST.  No cost to attend. Limited to first 100 attendees.

Who is advising the investment vehicle and isn't that entity acting as an investment advisor?

In this 50 minute conversation we discuss whether EB-5 issuers are exempt from registering as an investment advisor, whether they need to notify the SEC of their registration exemption and whether they should register with the state?

We discuss what the break-points are regarding assets under management that determine registration requirements; how does one consider whether an offering needs to be integrated with other offerings to determine registration requirements.

We discuss Form ADV; who needs to file it and when? What supervisory procedures does an investment advisor need to undertake and what the consequences are:

And we discuss best courses of action to protect yourself as an EB-5 issuer.