American Lending Center Clinches 2020-2021 Yellow Pages Award

ALC’s Hong Kong office is recognized for their excellence in immigration and consulting

HONG KONG (December 18, 2020) – American Lending Center (ALC) – a subsidiary of Regional Centers Holding Group (RCH) – was presented with the prestigious Yellow Pages Award by PCCW Media Ltd. for Best Overseas Investor Immigration Consultant Award. Award winners were carefully selected by the multimedia corporation for excellence in Hong Kong.

Founded in 2019, ALC’s Hong Kong office expeditiously launched its strategic investor immigration marketing initiatives through traditional media and social media channels. ALC’s parent company, Regional Centers Holding Group (RCH), is also currently the only EB-5 business marketing in Hong Kong.

“As the sole Yellow Pages honoree to represent the immigration industry this year, winning this award is a true testament to our team’s innovation and creativity,” said Tony Wong, ALC’s regional Managing Director.

In the coming weeks, ALC executives will be sharing their industry expertise at various events including
the first-ever International Immigration & Property Expo (January 23-24) and the 30th annual Hong Kong Education & Careers Expo (January 28-31). ALC will be a Partner Sponsor of the Global Migration Conference for select investors (December 20) and Key Sponsor of the Run4HK charity event (December 29). Run4HK aims to break the Guinness World Record for most people running on treadmills while also raising funds for low-income people struggling with housing in Hong Kong and the greater Bay Area (Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau).

“RCH-ALC has had an excellent year, first being named to the 2020 Inc. 5000 list and now this,” said John Shen, CEO of American Lending Center. “We look forward to more great news from all of our overseas teams in 2021.”

Announcement of the Yellow Pages Award coincided with the passing of the Hong Kong People’s Freedom and Choices Act of 2020, which would reduce the visa backlog by distinguishing immigrants from Hong Kong and mainland China.