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Distressed and Troubled Projects: How to Reverse Course and What It Means for Material Change

This conference recording is from the IIUSA & AILA EB-5 Industry Forum 2018, held in Chicago, IL. The audio for this course runs 59 minutes.


- Eren Cicekdagi (Golden Gate Global)
- Robert Divine (Baker Donelson)
- Rohit Kapuria (Saul Ewing)
- Andrew O'Neill (Sidley Austin)
- Lincoln Stone (Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez)

Capital investment projects sponsored by Regional regional Centers centers can be complex deals involving layers of financing, multiple developers, and the need for state and local regulatory approval or support (such as favorable tax treatment). What happens to EB-5 investors when planned financing fails, developers face disputes or misconduct, or state and local support evaporates? This panel will provide insights into EB-5 regional center projects experiencing distress, and how EB-5 investors and regional centers can plan for solutions to such situations.

Note that this course is for education purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice in any way. Please consult with an attorney. This course is not available for CLE credits.

This course is available for 50% off to IIUSA members. Please email ashley.casey@iiusa.org for a coupon code. No refunds are available if purchased at full price.
  • Distressed & Troubled Projects: Conference Audio Recording
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