L’ecuyer: The Industry Is at an Inflexion Point and Inaction Will Cost Us

Addressing industry stakeholders yesterday, Bruno L’ecuyer stressed the need for coordinated action vis-a-vis European institutions, highlighted the IMC’s new education program, and urged politicians to avoid uninformed decision-making.

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Harvey Law Takes Golden Visas Off Shelf, Turns Focus to Startup/Entrepreneur Programs

Harvey Law Group’s global managing partner, Jean-François Harvey, tells IMI his firm is phasing out of the golden visa market, opting instead to focus on startup and entrepreneur visas, a category of immigration that, he points out, adds more value to the destination economy – and his firm.

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“Just the Beginning of a Huge, Worldwide Trend,” Says Kälin About Investment Migration

Panelists in Davos shared their vision of investment migration’s role in reducing global debt levels and bridging the gap between the places that have talent and the places that need it.

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Investment Migration Market Would Reach US$100bn in Revenue by 2025 if 23% CAGR Trend Persists

Between 2011 and 2017, revenue from investment migration programs more than tripled. The investment migration industry is now – conservatively estimated – a US$21.4 billion market that’s growing by 23% a year.

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“Fewer, Bigger Firms”: Regulation Will Drive Industry Consolidation, Says H&P CEO

Speaking to IMI in Davos last month, newly appointed CEO of Henley & Partners, Jürg Steffen, said he was optimistic about the industry’s future growth but that increased regulation would bring about an environment in which smaller firms will struggle to survive.

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