Today, we’re proud to present the new IMI Data Center, a much bigger, more comprehensive, and more easily navigable homepage for the world’s largest collection of statistics on residency and citizenship by investment.
One of IMI’s most important functions in the investment migration market is to provide timely and reliable data. Indeed, many of our readers cite our data provision as the part of our work that they most appreciate because the data we provide is very difficult and time-consuming to find elsewhere. By relaunching and enriching the Data Center, we are taking investment migration data provision up a notch.
Constantly growing, the redesigned Data Center already contains more than 300 graphs and charts presenting data on
- Investment migration programs
- Investment migration companies
- Investor migrant trends and key figures
- Individual country markets
- Global market statistics
Individual country market data
Want to know how many Nigerian investor migrants participated in the UK Tier 1 investor visa program in 2017, which South African city has the highest concentration of HNWI, or which international investment migration firms have offices in Manila? Consult the corresponding country’s Market page.
Comprehensive program data
Until now, we have displayed some key graphs on each investment migration program on their respective program pages. Now, we are sharing all the data IMI itself has on every program in the data center, providing far richer data sets on each program than was previously available.
Dozens of never-before published datasets
During the ordinary course of our work, IMI collates data that sometimes doesn’t make its way into our articles, either because they are not directly related to particular news items or because we don’t wish to overwhelm the reader with statistics. In the new Data Center, however, we are publishing all of our previously unpublished statistical graphs.
Looking for a particular statistic such as, for example, the average number of dependents among Greek golden visa applicants? Start typing keywords in the search bar and results will appear in real-time. To narrow down the search results, keep adding keywords.
We will keep adding statistics to the Data Center every week. If you have requests or suggestions for data to add, let the editor know on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian Henrik Nesheim is the founder and editor of Investment Migration Insider, the #1 magazine – online or offline – for residency and citizenship by investment. He is an internationally recognized expert, speaker, documentary producer, and writer on the subject of investment migration, whose work is cited in the Economist, Bloomberg, Fortune, Forbes, Newsweek, and Business Insider. Norwegian by birth, Christian has spent the last 14 years in the United States, China, and Spain.