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Panelists: GREGORY WHITE, ROBERT CORNISH, DARREN OFSINK, RONALD FIELDSTONE

How does the 'Investment Company Act' apply to EB-5 offerings and what registration exemptions are available?

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Gregory White
Securities Attorney, Seyfarth Shaw

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Robert Cornish
Securities Attorney, Phillips Lytle

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Darren Ofsink
Securities Attorney, Ofsink LLC

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Ronald Fieldstone
Securities Attorney, Arnstein & Lehr

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Kurt Reuss
Broker Dealer Rep, Primary Capital 

 

As with any private placement offering, it is critical that issuers of EB-5 offerings find an exemption from registering as an investment company. The exemptions that are usually relied upon are C(5) and C(1).

Make sure your offering is designed properly to qualify for one of these exemptions or you may put your offering in jeopardy.