DALLAS, February 20, 2013 – Civitas Capital Group today announced that Chief Executive Officer Daniel J. Healy will speak at the 2013 Public Private Partnership Conference (P3C) in Dallas, Texas, on Friday, February 22. The session, titled EB-5 Visa Funding for Your Next Project Development, will feature a panel of experts discussing EB-5 program benefits and recently financed projects.
“Through the City of Dallas Regional Center, a public private partnership between Civitas Capital Group and the City of Dallas, we have invested more than $170 million in our community and created nearly 3,000 jobs for area residents,” Healy said. “By leveraging investor interest and EB-5 funding, our projects have ranged from the development of affordable assisted living facilities to the renovation of a 100-year-old hotel. This unique form of financing can provide enormous benefits for a city’s economic landscape, and I look forward to sharing our insight and experience with conference attendees.”
The P3C Conference will take place on February 21 and 22, and will offer in-depth, focused discussions on public private partnerships trends, practical financing techniques and ways that governments are working together to develop economically vibrant communities.
For investors seeking a more progressive and objective evaluation of the options available, Civitas Capital Group is an independent specialty asset management and financial services firm with operating divisions focused on Alternative Investments, EB-5 Funds and Wealth Management. Civitas evaluates the truth that lies at the core of every investment. We dig deeper, using a rigorous process to evaluate investment opportunities from every angle. See civitascapital.com.
The City of Dallas Regional Center is the official EB-5 regional center of the City of Dallas. In a unique public-private partnership, the City collaborates with Civitas Capital Management to provide the highest quality EB-5 investment opportunities to investors around the world. The CDRC takes full advantage of the City of Dallas’ pro-business culture, steady growth and job creation, all of which have made the City and the surrounding region a magnet for corporate headquarters, business expansion and foreign trade. See cdrc.us.