Reform and integrity measures put in place by the EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act of 2022 (RIA) were a welcome improvement by the industry, but with change comes the need to understand these new requirements and how to implement them into your business.
Under the RIA, new commercial enterprises (NCEs) are now required to use an independent fund administrator to provide oversight and track the disbursement of EB-5 capital, and thereby improve transparency, security, and reporting compliance. An NCE can waive this requirement if the financial statements of the NCE and affiliated job creating entity (“JCE”) are audited by an independent accounting firm.
- Jill Jones | General Counsel, JTC Americas (Moderator)
- David Appel | Partner, Tax & Business Services Division, Marcum LLP
- Christine Chen | COO, CanAm Enterprises; Director, IIUSA
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This is a recorded webinar that took place on February 7, 2023. As of the date of the recording, all information was deemed to be accurate an up to date, but with the rapidly changing nature of the EB-5 Regional Center Program, it is possible some of the information disseminated in this session is no longer valid. This webinar does not constitute legal advice and you should always confer with your own legal counsel.