“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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“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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Cyprus Application Cap “Imposed to Satisfy European Union” Says Local CIP-Attorney

During the Cyprus Citizenship and Residence by Investment Conference in Limassol last month, Investment Migration Insider asked two Cyprus-based lawyers specializing in the program about the impact the new regulations of the Cypriot Investment Scheme would have on the program’s demand and practitioners.  “The Cyprus government is very cautious in keeping in line with the observations of

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Why 9 Out of 10 New Firms Fail, And Why it Won’t Be Different in the CBI Industry

This article was submitted by Phil Fumas The CBI industry has experienced stellar growth in past years. While a few years ago there was only a handful of firms in the industry, Investment Migration Insider puts the number today at over 400. Low barriers to entry, interesting margins, and a growing number of high net

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