HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Executives from American Lending Center (ALC) - a subsidiary of Regional Centers Holding Group - this week traveled to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, to participate in the Ho Chi Minh City EB-5 Expo, a two-day networking and educational event hosted by EB5 Investors Magazine.
ALC served as a Platinum Project Sponsor for the expo. In addition, ALC Chief Executive Officer John Shen was a featured participant in the panel discussion “How Regional Centers/Developers are Selecting Projects Given the Current State of the EB-5 Market,” while ALC President Bruce Thompson made a brief business presentation to conference attendees. Chief Operating Officer Stella Zhang and Vice President of Marketing & Global Communications Scott Thompson also participated in the expo.
“Vietnam is one of the fastest growing EB-5 markets, and we are excited to attend and participate in the Ho Chi Minh City EB-5 Expo,” remarked Shen. “The expo provides a valuable opportunity to network with other stakeholders in this EB-5 market while sharing ALC’s unique business model and commitment to careful underwriting and putting the investor first.”
ALC is a leading innovator in EB-5 lending, providing over 200 million dollars to American projects and funding 67 Small Business Administration 504 projects as of the end of December 2017 with their parent company Regional Centers Holding Group. The expo was the company’s first event in Vietnam.
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American Lending Center (ALC) is a U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service designated regional center held by Regional Centers Holding Group. ALC offers investment opportunities to immigrant investors who are interested in obtaining permanent resident status in the United States through the employment-based fifth preference visa (EB-5) program. ALC has completed funding projects in 16 states, and is committed to investment in deserving businesses anywhere, including those in rural and other underserved areas.