Successful EB-5 Expo in Vietnam Draws a Sold-Out Crowd -

Successful EB-5 Expo in Vietnam draws a sold-out crowd

EB5 Investors Magazine returned to Ho Chi Minh City on Sept. 5-6 to host a successful EB-5 & Global Immigration Expo at the prestigious Park Hyatt Saigon. Hundreds of attendees – including developers, migration agents, immigration attorneys, investors and service providers – networked and learned from moderated panels within one of the world’s most in-demand residency-by-investment and second passport investor markets.

The two-day expo featured a variety of educational panels with more than 30 distinguished speakers from around the world. Panel topics included discussions on the latest EB-5 reauthorization and legislation, global mobility options for Vietnamese HNWIs, EB-5 emerging market trends, global RCBI trends and EB-5 project considerations.

More than 40 sponsoring companies joined the event and networked in the packed exhibitor hall along with several hundred local investors, global service providers and migration agents.

The expo also featured a fireside chat with Rob Gritz of Texas Growth Fund, the title sponsor of the event, a dozen business presentations and a roof-top VIP cocktail reception.

The expo was powered by EB5 Investors Magazine which includes a wide range of articles where industry professionals share their insight, trends and analysis about the EB-5 market in the United States. Staff

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