Vivek Tandon is a registered broker dealer. He is the CEO and founder of EB5 BRICS, an immigration consulting company located in Beverly Hills, California.
Tandon is also an attorney and investment banker, and holds both FINRA and SEC securities licenses. In these capacities, his core focus is on educating investors in Brazil, India, and Mexico about the EB-5 visa program.
Tandon provides a variety of financial advisory services to EB-5 investors. These include conducting financial and risk analysis to determine specific suitability for the proposed EB-5 investment, performing due diligence on the proposed investment, negotiating and structuring the terms and pricing of the purchase of the private placement securities, and advising the investor on any other matters related to their investment needs. He also advises on solutions for EB-5 regional centers such as drafting, review, or preparation of project documents; financial modeling/analytics of prospective projects; and conducting feasibility studies.
Prior to founding EB5 BRICS, Tandon was an in-house attorney and the business development head of an India-based legal technology and services outsourcing company. He also has prior experience as a litigation lawyer, having worked at a national firm litigating consumer protection matters. He additionally has experience as a public defender, in which role he represented parents in juvenile courts. After graduating from California State University, Long Beach with his BA in Finance and Business Administration, Tandon worked at a national mortgage bank as an underwriter. He then went on to attend Suffolk University School of Law and earn his Juris Doctor, during which time he interned at the office of the L.A. County D.A.
Tandon is a member of the Indus Entrepreneurs, the South Asian Bar Association of Southern California, and he has served on the executive board of the North American South Asian Bar Association. He is fluent in English, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu.
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