Tucson, AZ, August 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The U.S. EB-5 program helps foreign nationals obtain a Green Card if their investment in a U. S. business creates 10 American jobs. Foreign nationals have, since 2003, invested over $3.1 billion of foreign capital in the U.S. economy, creating well over 65,000 jobs for U.S. workers - all at no cost to the U.S. taxpayer.
Until now EB-5 investors have not had a reliable investment framework to determine the business risks of their investment. Today’s launch of The Seven C’s of EB-5 Investing methodology and the EB-5 Project Scoring Index by Education Fund of America (EFA) is the culmination of over 30 years of related financing experience, created by Co-Founder and Managing Partner of EFA, Greg Wing.
“The Seven C’s of EB-5 Investing methodology helps foreign nationals seeking a Green Card to determine the optimal EB-5 business to invest in,” says Managing Partner Greg Wing. “For decades banking and investment professionals have used the Five C’s of Credit Analysis to guide their business lending decisions. To meet the specific EB-5 program requirements, we expanded the Five C’s to Seven C’s.”
Greg discovered the need for a reliable business assessment methodology while meeting with EB-5 investors in China. They asked if there was some better guidance available to assess investment risk and project selection. A free educational webinar and White Paper on the Seven C’s that addresses those needs is now available.
“We believe that applying the Seven’s C’s for EB-5 project selection will significantly improve the probability that investors will secure their Green Card and get their investment returned.” Greg concluded.
In addition to helping foreign nationals from China, India and other countries assess EB-5 risk, EFA finances public charter schools - that inspire children to greatness and move them from being indifferent to inspired.
The Seven C’s of EB-5 Investing
A webinar and white paper are now available for foreign nationals and immigration attorneys to learn about the Seven C’s methodology for EB-5 investing at www.edufundamerica.com.
Managing Partner Greg Wing
Greg Wing is a national speaker, published author and recognized expert on corporate finance and specialized corporate tax matters. He is founder of Bedford International and co-founder and a Principal of Green Card Fund (GCF). Greg co-founded EFA to be a specialized financing entity that exclusively finances charter schools via the United States’ EB-5 program.
Education Fund of America
Education Fund of America (EFA) is financing the best public charter schools in the United States while providing EB-5 investors with a fast and secure path to U.S. citizenship. EFA works closely with immigration attorneys and their clients. The credit analysis methodologies used by the firm are based upon the White Paper The Seven C’s of EB-5 Investing, and you can read more here: www.edufundamerica.com.
EFA is part of the Bedford International family of companies founded in 1991, more here: www.bedfordint.com. Bedford has provided over $5 billion (USD) in loans and investments to real estate based companies located in all 50 states. Bedford Lending was approved in 1996 by an Agency of the U.S. Government to underwrite and provide U.S. government guaranteed loans to healthcare, multifamily and hospital properties. EFA is directly affiliated with Green Card Fund, a USCIS approved EB-5 Regional Center www.greencardfund.com.