Matt Gordon Chosen to Author On How to Invest In The USA In Chinese.
E3 Investment Group, headquartered in New York, announced today that that Chief Executive Officer Matt Gordon has been selected to author a chapter in a forthcoming investment book for the Chinese and international markets, which will focus on explaining direct EB-5 investments.
The book will be entitled Invest in the USA—Guidebook for High Net Worth Individuals to Invest in the USA, Chief Editor: Zhihui Guo. This book is a guide book for Chinese high net worth individuals regarding how they invest in the USA, including EB-5 Investment, Real Estate Investment, Investment and Wealth Management, and Oversea Study for their children. The book is expected to be published in September, 2014 by one of the top Chinese publishers, the Huazhang Publishing Company (Jixie Gongye Publishing House). The book will be published in both paper and electronic versions in Chinese for the market in China and in English for the US and Global markets.
According to Ms. Guo, “We asked Mr. Gordon to contribute to the publication based on his expertise in structuring EB-5 investments and leadership in the direct EB-5 arena. We look forward to his work helping educate the Chinese market about additional investment possibilities that are available to them.”
According to Matt Gordon, “It was a great honor to be asked to contribute to the book. The EB-5 market is maturing and as part of that evolution, the marketplace needs more and better information about what investment structures are possible and what types of risk investors will face. This book will allow us to reach directly into the Chinese markets to help educate and connect with people.”
Mr. Gordon regularly writes and speaks on organizational structure, securities law and policy aspects of the EB-5 program. Mr. Gordon continued, “The EB-5 program is a wonderful opportunity for the harmonious and simultaneous creation of economic and social good. Sponsors can make a lot of money, the government can help spur job creation and immigrants interested in the EB-5 program, who are often entrepreneurs themselves, get a jump start on the American dream. This can and should be a win-win-win for all constituencies.