|By PR Newswire||
|February 7, 2014 06:00 AM EST||
SHANGHAI, Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ms. Linda He, CEO and President of Wailian Overseas Consulting Group ("Wailian"), was today awarded the prestigious Certificate of Recognition by Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson and the Cleveland City Council for her monumental contribution in championing job creation in the City of Cleveland. Under Ms. He's leadership, Wailian has partnered with the Cleveland International Fund to help raise more than $100 million in capital for projects such as the Cleveland Ernest & Young office building and University Hospital, creating both thousands of new jobs and secure investment opportunities.
In her acceptance speech, Ms. He noted, "I am deeply honored to receive this award. This Certificate of Recognition is not only a reflection of my personal work, but a recognition of Wailian's growth in recent years. Relying on our expertise and forward-looking vision, we're glad to see that we have not only assisted our clients in selecting the best investment opportunities, but also created thousands of jobs that help boost the economy in the city of Cleveland." "We have assisted many different types of U.S. companies and local governments to raise the funds they needed." Said Ms. He, "We have helped raise funds for many successful projects including the Lionsgate project, the Comcast headquarters project and many others helping build state of the art hospitals, assisted living facilities, factories, restaurants, schools and other buildings and projects that help improve the quality of life in communities across the United States." She noted, "In the past nearly 20 years, we have received generous assistance from many U.S. professionals including business advisors, attorneys and a host of others. I would like to thank them all for their dedication and service."
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About Wailian Overseas Consulting Group: As a proven leader in the investment immigration industry, Wailian Overseas Consulting Group has established a solid reputation that continues to grow with additional successful EB-5 projects. Over the years, Wailian has enjoyed many success stories. In 2005, Wailian participated in more than two dozen construction projects in the State of Pennsylvania. In 2010 the New York City Regional Center approached Wailian about working together. That affiliation helped raise nearly $250M that created more than 5000 jobs in the region. That same success story has been enjoyed by the City of Cleveland. In partnership with the Cleveland International Fund, Wailian has helped create new employment opportunities to revitalize the region. Since 2011, Wailian has hosted the annual Invest in America Summit, providing a platform where Chinese investors and U.S. investment projects can exchange information.
As an industry leader, Wailian has received wide acclaim for its initiative in organizing roundtable discussions with other emigration companies to continually monitor and improve the EB-5 industry's professional standards. Over the years, Wailian has grown into the leading immigration brand in the U.S. EB-5 immigration industry, earning a renowned reputation both within the industry and with investors.
Wailian is recognized by Chinese investors, U.S. regional centers and developers as a global leader in attracting premium investment opportunities for its clients. Wailian's experienced professionals are dedicated to providing the best service to its clients, thus earning us the "Most Trusted Brand" award. Wailian was the first company in the industry to establish project centers overseas dedicated to performing ongoing due diligence reviews for its projects, providing the greatest level of security to protect the interests of investors.
SOURCE Wailian Overseas Consulting Group
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