Publisher's Note - The China Investor, Volume 1, Issue 1

The China Investor, Volume 1, Issue 1

Article By Ali Jahangiri

It is with great pleasure I welcome you to the inaugural issue of The China Investor. The magazine is the print companion to The China Investor, a premier online resource community connecting its members to a network of industry professionals and invaluable market analyses and information.

We are entering the market as a unique resource and guide for Chinese investors and are excited to release the first issue of the magazine at the 2017 Global Private Equity Opportunities Forum between May 19-20, 2017. In addition, complimentary copies are distributed to institutional investors throughout China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The magazine is also available digitally at on our website.

We hope to educate and connect Chinese institutional investors and financial institutions to global opportunities. This first magazine’s goal is to create a community and foster a learning environment in the real estate arena.

With support from you, The China Investor can serve as a tool to empower voices in the community and educate our readers on recent successful deals and shedding light to new industry trends.

Our first issue features an in-depth look at America’s real estate development landscape.

It also includes an article on different types of real estate developments, breaking down the options for investors. We’ll look ahead at key U.S.-China trade issues as related to the Trump White House and how foreign investors can find the right partner when it comes to commercial real estate.

If you would like to contribute your expertise, industry experience and market knowledge in future articles, please reach out to us on WeChat at TCIMagazine.


Ali Jahangiri

Publisher's Note - The China Investor, Volume 1, Issue 1

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Ali Jahangiri
Ali Jahangiri

Ali Jahangiri, president & founder of Uglobal, has an extensive background in the digital and print publishing industry. He successfully pioneered multiple online portals built to provide professionals involved in the investment and immigration fields with comprehensible and credible sources of information. His vision in establishing Uglobal is to meet a growing need among Chinese institutional investors for information on global real estate investments. Jahangiri is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine and Loyola Law School. He practiced corporate securities law at Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth, P.C.

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