Join key industry stakeholders, including Venture Smarter and the National Infrastructure Investment Alliance (NIIA), for an engaging discussion with OpZone policy makers and regulators at the U.S. Opportunity Zones Expo.
The audience for the expo will be business professionals, CPAs, real estate professionals, politicians, estate managers, municipalities, the investing public that have assets with unrealized capital gains attached, attorneys, SME’s looking to attract investment capital, developers and contractors looking for access to construction financing, companies considering relocating to an area where investment capital is being targeted to go.
Getting accurate real-time information on changing tax laws is challenging, and government agencies have historically been able to communicate better externally with stakeholders when paired with private sector support, particularly when launching new initiatives that tend to be complex. Money managers and real estate professionals generally speaking look for networking opportunities that will position them as subject matter experts, to serve their clients and community better.
This new law will attract an historic amount of leveraged capital into new areas. Professionals looking to invest financial resources need to be certain they are receiving accurate information directly from the most knowledgeable people in the industry.
The formation of new fund management accounts for Opportunity Zone capital will be an innovative vehicle that will and to some degree already has drawn interest from around the country. One of the key missing elements thus far has been the authors of the legislation making themselves readily available to key interested stakeholders, the expo will allow for direct engagement with OpZone policy makers and regulators.