EB-5 Financing Webinar
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Thank you for registering for the LAEDC and CanAm's EB-5 Financing webinar! In this webinar, we will discuss how communities can create more jobs, attract more investment, and promote economic development.
Instructions for the Webinar
Participants can use their computer's microphone and speakers (VoIP) or telephone.
About the Webinar
The LAEDC is partnering with CanAm to offer a creative financing vehicle offered through a federal program called The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program (“EB-5”). This informative, one-hour webinar will help you learn about the many features and benefits of EB-5 financing, including:
· - SOURCE OF CAPITAL for government agencies and private businesses at below-market rates with no cost to taxpayers.
- ATTRACTIVE FINANCING ALTERNATIVE during a period when credit is restricted.
-STIMULATES JOB CREATION in the United States when the unemployment rate is high and the economy is weak.
- WIDELY SUPPORTED by government authorities on a state, regional and local level.
- PROMOTES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT in economically challenged areas.
CanAm’s Los Angeles County Regional Center and Partnership with the LAEDC
You’ll hear from Tom Rosenfeld, President & CEO of CanAm, whose company is one of the leading promoters of immigration-linked investment funds in the United States and abroad. CanAm’s Los Angeles County Regional Center has financed projects totaling nearly $400 million and is approved to make investments in the following 10 industries: Motion Picture and Television, Leasehold Improvements, Agriculture and Food Processing, Manufacturing and Trade, Alternative Energy, Technology, Higher Education, Tourism, Health Services and Transportation.
We look forward to your participation on August 29th!
L.A. County Economic Development Corporation
About the LAEDC - The LAEDC, the region’s premier economic development leadership organization, is a private, non-profit organization established in 1981 under section 501(c)(3). Its mission is to attract, retain, and grow businesses and jobs for the regions of Los Angeles County. Since 1996, the LAEDC has helped to retain or attract nearly 196,000 annual jobs in Los Angeles County with an estimated labor income, including wages and benefits, of nearly $12 billion. Taken together with the supported indirect and induced economic activity, a total of more than 400,000 annual jobs with labor income of more than $21 billion were impacted, accounting for an estimated $850 million in property and sales tax revenues to the County of Los Angeles.