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EB-5 Veteran Adam Greene to Lead New Platform at Peachtree Group

Peachtree Group has appointed Adam Greene as EVP of the company’s newly launched EB-5 program. Greene brings more than 30 years’ financial experience, including more than a decade of EB-5 industry expertise, and has managed over $600 million of EB-5 investments during his career.  

He serves as an executive officer and board member for Invest in the USA, the national EB-5 Regional Center trade association that represents dozens of companies that are designated by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to facilitate job-creating EB-5 investments. 

“Implementing an EB-5 program is an excellent way to access low-cost capital, diversify our funding sources and invest in job-creating projects across the country,” said Greg Friedman, Atlanta-based Peachtree’s CEO and managing principal. “Adam has a reputation as a straight shooter with great technical knowledge of the EB-5 program and brings immediate credibility to our program as we secure capital for our commercial real estate investments.” 


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