Opportunities Under Acts 20, 22, 273, 399 and Other
Alternative Investment Vehicles in Puerto Rico

February 12 & 13, 2018 in San Juan, Puerto Rico

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This premier event is aimed at investors, multinational CEO’s, business owners,
tax lawyers, insurance professionals and financial experts. In two days, you will learn about the
unique opportunities, incentives and competitive advantages that Puerto Rico has to offer
as a business and investment destination.

PRIS 2016 Event highlights

Puerto Rico is having an economic transformation
and you can be part of it. The time is now.

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Guest speakers

  • José B. Carrión III José B.
    Carrión III
    Puerto Rico
    Oversight Board
  • Manuel A. Laboy Rivera Manuel A.
    Laboy Rivera
    Secretary of
    Economic Development
    and Commerce (DEDC)
    Managing Partner of
    Putnam Bridge
  • Iván Rodríguez Iván
    Former Major League
    Baseball catcher,
    2017 Baseball
    Home of Fame
  • Jeff Carmichael Jeff
    Caribbean Center

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2018: Starting down Puerto Rico’s road to economic prosperity

In 2017, Puerto Rico suffered the most critical disaster in 100 years when it sustained a direct hit from Hurricane Maria. But while our priority and focus remains on saving lives, restoring basic services to the most vulnerable segments of our society and helping businesses return to normal operations, we must also look to the future of the new, stronger 21st century Puerto Rico we will build in 2018 and beyond. Now is the time to look to the future, not the past, and to tackle these challenges head-on in order to facilitate the investments necessary for Puerto Rico to not only recover, but evolve and modernize its infrastructure and economy.

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Perspectivas de la Junta

Título V: herramienta poderosa

Puerto Rico pasa por unos tiempos difíciles. La situación económica y la necesidad de desarrollar soluciones sostenibles representan un reto casi imposible: como construir un avión mientras lo volamos. Pero en el Título V de la ley PROMESA tenemos una herramienta que tendrá un enorme impacto positivo en el futuro económico y de empleos de Puerto Rico.

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Could Puerto Rico Be the Next Hot Tax Haven?

Some 65,000 Puerto Ricans left their bankrupt U.S. island commonwealth last year. A group of private bankers are moving the other way. They’re increasingly opening offshore banks known as International Financial Entities, which were created by a Puerto Rican law in 2012. There are 44 IFEs now, with 18 opening in the past year, according to data compiled by the U.S. territory’s financial regulator. “Just in the last six months, we’ve probably closed seven deals for international banks,” says Ryan Christiansen, president of Christiansen Commercial Real Estate, a brokerage based in Puerto Rico that leases office space.

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2018 Sponsors

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