“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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Antigua PM: Crypto-Payments Will be “Very Important” for Overcoming Banking Issues in Caribbean

Cryptocurrency will be “very important” for overcoming banking issues, lack of progress on harmonization may be due to inertia, and new CIP competition from Europe is ultimately a good thing, Prime Minister Gaston Browne of Antigua & Barbuda told Investment Migration Insider in Davos.

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“We Agree With Most of What’s in It,” Says MIIP-Boss Cardona About EC Report

Speaking to IMI in Davos last week, CEO of the Malta Individual Investor Programme Agency, the entity charged with managing Malta’s citizenship by investment program, the MIIP, said he was, overall, “quite happy” with how his program was portrayed in the European Commission’s report on the investment migration industry. Watch the full interview by clicking

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Don’t Miss Our Exclusive Coverage of Investment Migration in Davos 2019

In January 2019, for the first time, the investment migration industry was represented in Davos during the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in the Swiss Alps. Investment Migration Insider was on-site to provide broad coverage. See the video in this story for a taste of what we’ll be publishing in the coming weeks. Our coverage

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Antigua PM to IMI in Davos: CIP to Accept RMB Payments “Within 30 Days”

Asked to comment on a bill passed in Antigua & Barbuda’s parliament this summer, which opened for the payment of investments under the CIP by way of euros and cryptocurrencies, PM Browne noted that interest in alternative payment methods had not been significant, a state of affairs he attributed to a lack of awareness of

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