We maintain a highly capable team of legal, lending and due diligence professionals, with proven track records in identifying, underwriting, and marketing highly successful commercial and industrial projects. Our parent company, Arkansas Capital Corporation, is an economic development entity with more than 65 years’ experience in financing successful businesses in the southern part of the United States.
We provide our investors with confidence and security by seeking out investment-ready projects with an inherently high probability of economic success, along with a strong capital position and a likelihood for success.
At Pine State Regional Center®, we are committed to ensuring that investors enjoy a transparent and easy EB-5 process. Every member of our team has one ultimate goal: to facilitate successful immigration to the United States while mitigating financial risks for foreign investors. The Pine State team is a talented and knowledgeable group of individuals who work hard to provide the best service to our clients and partners.
CEO, Pine State Regional Center
Mr. Stubbe has more than 25 years of experience in fund management and investment banking. Prior to joining Pine State, Mr. Stubbe was a founding partner of an investment management firm in New York, and he previously worked with Salomon Smith Barney in New York and London.
Mr. Deacon is a licensed attorney with more than 35 years of professional and senior executive experience in corporate and finance matters. He has served on Arkansas Capital Corporation Group’s Board of Directors for more than 18 years.
Mr. Walls has over 13 years of corporate finance experience, underwriting, and due diligence experience. He also serves as Arkansas Capital Corporation Group’s chief executive officer. He worked previously for The Hartford as a liaison to financial institutions.
Mr. Lane has over 15 years in corporate finance, underwriting, and due diligence experience. He worked previously as an investment manager for Stephens Inc., a large investment bank headquartered in Little Rock. He also serves as president of Arkansas Capital Corporation Group.