Upcoming presentations by Mr. Carr under the EB-5 program include:
2017 Invest in America Conference in Shanghai and Beijing, China (May. 2017)
On May 6-7, 2017, Jeffrey Carr of EPR will be a speaker at the 2017 Invest in America Conference in Shanghai and Beijing, China. This EB-5 conference is the largest conference in the world and is being sponsored by Greenberg Traurig EB-5 Group. In Shanghai, Mr. Carr will be presenting on Developments in EB-5 Program Reform against the backdrop of the new administration. At the Beijing conference, Mr. Carr will be presenting on a panel regarding other visa options in a time of visa limitations for Chinese EB-5 investors.
EPR’s President Jeff Carr presented at the 4th Annual NES EB-5 Innovation Summit on February 9, 2017, in New York City. Mr. Carr addressed the Summit on a panel discussion “Hot Topics EB-5.” The NES Financial EB-5 summit brings together leading experts in EB-5 to discuss the latest developments in the industry and to discuss issues relating to the EB-5 Program.
Jeff is shown in the attached picture with Clem Turner of Homeier & Law, Kate Kalmykov of Greenburg Traurig, and Carolyn Lee of Miller Mayer.
EPR's President Jeff Carr will be presenting at the 4th Annual NES EB-5 Innovation Summit on February 9, 2017, in New York City. Mr. Carr will be addressing the Summit on a panel discussion "Hot Topics EB-5." The NES financial EB-5 summit brings together leading experts in EB-5 to discuss the latest developments in the industry and to discuss issues relating to the EB-5 Program.
On January 19, 2017, EPR President Jeffrey Carr presented the updated consensus economic and revenue forecast for the State of Vermont for fiscal years 2017-19. Click below to connect to EPR's forecast update report.
Scott Administration Economist and EPR President and Senior Economist Jeff Carr, along with Legislative Economist Tom Kavet, will present the semi-annual Vermont Macroeconomic and Tax Revenue Forecast to the Vermont Emergency Board on January 19th at 10:00 AM. The Vermont Emergency Board is comprised of Governor Phil Scott and so-called “money committee chairs” of the Vermont House and Vermont Senate. The Vermont Emergency Board is charged with adopting a revenue forecast to help guide budget-appropriations deliberations during the 2017 legislative session.