Phil Lovas served as the United States Department of Commerce Deputy Assistant Secretary for Travel and Tourism and as the Executive Director of the National Travel and Tourism Office. In this role he served as the highest-ranking U.S. government official with sole responsibility for tourism and spoke on behalf of the United States at the G20, OECD and numerous international meetings and conferences. In the private sector, Phil has extensive experience in the hotel industry as a franchise developer working with developers and investors across the United States to develop successful hospitality projects.
Laszlo Kiss is the founder, owner and managing director of Discus Holdings Ltd., a group of companies that provides investment migration, corporate, financial and tax planning services.
Discus, based in Malta and founded in 2013, has won concessions in recent years, including ones for the Hungarian residency bond program, one for the Malta Residence and Visa Program and also in Montenegro. Discus provides help with applications for residency permits in the United Kingdom, Malta, Cyprus, Greece, the UAE and other countries. It also helps with citizenship applications to Vanuatu, Malta, Cyprus and several Caribbean nations. Discus has 12 offices worldwide. Laszlo has more than 28 years of experience in international immigration, businesses and tax structuring. His professional background includes founding OCRA (Eastern Europe) Ltd., which became the largest privately-owned consultancy firm in Hungary to offer tax and corporate structuring and immigration solutions. In 1998, Laszlo was appointed the Honorary Consul General to represent the nation of Seychelles in Hungary.