About Bernard Rojano
Bernard Rojano, the lead consultant and principal at Xecute EB-5 Business Solutions, has modeled and written more than 100 regional center and EB-5 project business plans. He has additionally provided business modeling and planning, management consulting, mergers and acquisitions and expert advice to more than 50 regional Centers, with his work leading to the raising and funding of over $300 million in EB-5 development projects. Rojano possesses 28-plus years of experience in matters related to planning, funding, modeling, management, business development consulting, and mergers and acquisitions.
Founded in 2008 by Rojano, Xecute EB-5 Business Solutions is headquartered in League City, Texas, and is one of the earliest-formed strategic consulting firms dedicated exclusively to EB-5 immigrant investment matters. Xecute provides a variety of EB-5 solution services, such as project management for the I-924 application for regional centers, business plan writing, regional center operational and administrative plan assistance, EB-5 direct investment Services for developers and sponsors, and more.
Rojano previously managed the Texas Marine Retailer, MarineMax, helping the company grow into a billion dollar, publicly traded, leading marine retailer over the course of his 18-year career there. Rojano also served as chief operating office of Endeavour Holdings, Inc., managing a more-than $500 million real estate portfolio, overseeing 250 employees, and handling the syndication, development, and operation of numerous limited partnerships, along with marketing and condominium sales, a self-storage business, and a lifestyle magazine.
Born in Acapulco, Mexico, Rojano immigrated to the United States when he was 12 years old after his family invested in a Houston, Texas business under the immigrant investor program. He has since become a naturalized citizen of the United States and is fluent in English and Spanish. Rojano attended the University of Texas in Austin, where he studied civil engineering. He has served on the boards of the Texas Boating Trades Association and the Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, and is currently the Chairman of the City of Seabrook Texas Master Plan Commission.