The webinar entitled "Banking & EB-5: Understanding the Role of a Bank in EB-5 Transactions" was held on July 30, 2015 at 3:00pm est. The focus will be how banking institutions and financial services providers play a role throughout the EB-5 process in managing risk for investors and projects.
On Thursday, May 7th, FirstPathway Partners attended the annual conference held at the Wisconsin Center.
The IIUSA EB-5 Regional Economic Development Advocacy Conference is the longest running EB-5 conference attended by international investment and economic development professionals in the world. A combination of grassroots advocacy, advanced education, and business development opportunities were presented at the hugely successful conference.
FirstPathway Partners recently attended the 2015 EB-5 Investor Based Immigration Seminar in Orlando, Florida. Presented by Pincus Professional Education, the in-depth conference surveyed the latest on the process, the people, the law and the vast opportunities EB-5 offers to investors and EB-5 professionals.
Some of the panels discussed included:
FirstPathway Partners sponsored the annual gala at one of its very successful projects, Milwaukee Marriott Downtown. 2015 celebrated the year of the goat, which emphasizes profit, prosperity in business, and hassle-free work.
FirstPathway Partners' Chairman spoke at the annual event, educating attendees on the EB-5 program and the impact it has had on the U.S. economy. Mr.
"Creating a global community of practice around sharing water technology and innovation" is the goal of the partnership, as stated by Helen Scott, Research Coordinator of Global Compact Cities Program.
On Tuesday, September 9th, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce and the Ningbo Municipal Government hosted a conference to discuss the partnership and economic ties between Milwaukee and its sister city, Ningbo. Several neighboring cities were represented as prime locations for investment as well.
On Thursday, September 11th at 1:00pm, the Global Water Center, the Consulate General of Israel, and the Government of Israel Economics Mission to the Midwest will