Hong Kong’s BN(O)s thinking of taking up the UK’s visa offer must be ready to burn personal and financial bridges, writes David Lesperance.
IMI Real Estate: Listings for Properties That Come With Residence/Citizenship
Mr. Lu’s Tea LeavesView All
Luc Lu, a seasoned veteran of the Chinese RCBI industry, keeps readers abreast of overarching trends in the world's biggest investment migration market.
Chinese millennials are now the world’s biggest group of investor migrants. And among them, the most active of all are the “sea turtles”.
Mohammed Asaria's 30,000-feet, global perspective on the critical issues confronting the industry.
Tajick’s TakeView All
Investment migration research specialist Stephane Tajick shares his observations of the long-term historical trajectories of global programs, with an emphasis on Canada.
Investment migration firms are taking client fees on the presumption that their applications will be processed in the future. What if that doesn’t happen?
Truth to PowerView All
Irreverant and intrepid in style, Carlyle Rogers pulls no punches in holding the industry's stakeholders - both in government and the private sector - to account.
An indiscrete remark during an unguarded moment can bring down your investment migration company when every client is a potential undercover reporter.
Intel & DataView All
Presuming an average family size of three and investment of US$250,000, the program will have raised in excess of US$3.6 billion in FY2019.
Once first among its European equals, Latvia’s golden visa has languished since 2014. 93% of the program’s total FDI stems from before 2016.
South African HNWIs’ offshore real estate holdings are growing rapidly and 1 in 5 say they are selling their homes in order to emigrate.
Conservatively estimated, EU-based RCBI programs accounted for FDI amounting to at least EUR 5.5 billion, double the 2015 figure.