Important factors to consider in residence planning
29 November — Pullman On The Park, Melbourne
30 November — The Hyatt Regency, Sydney
Program: 16:00 Registration, 16:45 Seminar, 19:15 Refreshments and Canapés
Cost: Attendance is free of charge, however only registered and confirmed delegates will be admitted.
Register now to secure your attendance
Alternative residence and citizenship programs have become a significant aspect of international private client planning. In many respects, citizenship is now considered a valuable and strategic asset for talented and wealthy individuals and their families who want to operate globally, reduce their exposure to risk, increase mobility and open up new opportunities for personal and business growth.
Henley & Partners, the global leader in residence and citizenship planning, is hosting two exclusive seminars on how wealthy and talented individuals can acquire alternative residence or citizenship to globalize their families’ opportunities and expand their business interests in a changing and uncertain world.
The seminars will explore the latest international trends and developments in investment migration, showcasing the top-ranked residence- and citizenship-by-investment programs in the world.
The tailored seminar program will focus on the benefits of both Caribbean and European citizenship for private clients, attractive residence-by-investment programs (including unique insights into the Thailand Elite Residence Program), a practical overview of the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) reporting mechanism, the impact of Australia’s financial regulatory market on UHNWIs, and an overview of Australian business innovation.
Whether it’s the ease of visa-free travel provided by citizenship in a Caribbean country or the security afforded by acquiring European citizenship or residence, Henley & Partners believes that every person should have the ability to define their future and experience the freedom and peace of mind that dual citizenship has to offer.
Welcome Note and Introduction to Henley & Partners
Overview of the Citizenship-by-Investment Programs of Europe and the Caribbean
The Impact of Australia’s Financial Regulatory Market on Ultra High Net Worth Individuals
Update on the OECD Common Reporting Standard: The Automatic Exchange of Information
Attractive Residence-by-Investment Programs: Cyprus, Malta, Portugal and Thailand
Summary and Closing Remarks
Networking and Refreshments/Canapés