National Forum to Highlight Innovative Public-Private Partnership Financing
Leaders from diverse industries will meet at P3C Conference to discuss EB-5 investor visa program
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 20, 2015
The Public Private Partnership Conference (P3C) will feature a panel on Wednesday, February 25th, discussing the advantages of the EB-5 Regional Center Program as an investment tool for public-private partnerships. The panel is part of a three day conference attended by thousands of organizations from both public and private sectors, and will feature leaders from the EB-5 industry including Peter Joseph, Executive Director of Invest in the USA (IIUSA), the largest national trade association for EB-5 Regional Centers, along with representatives from some of IIUSA’s most prominent member companies.
“IIUSA is looking forward to taking part in this innovative conference,” said Joseph. “The P3C will offer leaders from the public and private sectors an opportunity to learn more about EB-5 as an investment tool. We are confident they will come away with a better understanding of the Program as an engine of regional economic development across a wide range of industries for communities all over the U.S.”
In recent years, the EB-5 Program has emerged as a flexible financing source used in diverse economic development projects across the country to boost local economies, improve communities, and create American jobs. The panel will examine how EB-5 financing can contribute to prospective public-private partnership development projects and help improve or revitalize communities.
WHAT: EB-5 and P3: Advantages of Alignment
WHEN: February 25, 2015, 10:00 am – 11:00 am
WHERE: Sheraton Dallas Downtown Hotel 400 North Olive Street, Ballroom D2
MODERATOR: Peter Joseph, Executive Director, IIUSA
PANEL: Dan Healy, CEO, Civitas Capital Group
Kraig Schwigen, Senior Vice President, CMB Regional Centers
Tom Rosenfeld, President, CanAm Enterprises
For media inquiries or to attend this session, please contact Kirk Monroe at (202) 207-3646 or firstname.lastname@example.org.