Global Citizenship Seminars — Southeast Asia
23 – 26 April 2019
23 April 2019 — Bangkok, Thailand
24 April 2019 — Manila, Philippines
26 April 2019 — Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Attendance is free of charge, however only registered and confirmed delegates will be admitted.
Register now to secure your attendance.
Henley & Partners is proud to announce that its annual series of Global Citizenship Seminars in Southeast Asia will be taking place in April this year. The seminars will provide an overview of global mobility trends, as well as an update on the world’s leading investment migration programs and their related investment opportunities.
The seminars will also have a special feature on the latest citizenship-by-investment program in the Republic of Moldova. A charming country nestled between Europe and Asia, Moldova boasts an open culture, a continental climate, and is one of the world’s main wine exporters. The country’s wine-making practices date back almost 5,000 years.
Holders of a Moldovan passport have visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 122 destinations, including Russia, Turkey, and the countries in Europe’s Schengen Area. The minimum investment is as low as EUR 100,000 per applicant, and citizenship is transferable to future generations.
You will be able to learn more about the Moldova Citizenship-by-Investment Program from:
- H.E. Vitalie Iurcu, State Secretary of the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure of the Republic of Moldova; and
- Iulia Petuhov, Head of the Moldova Citizenship-by-Investment Program
The trend of high-net-worth individuals in Asia seeking greater travel freedom and mobility, which enables them to take advantage of international opportunities and contribute on a global level, continues to be on the rise. One of the most valuable assets in any individual’s investment portfolio is an alternative residence permit or citizenship — the worth of which is far greater than passing down material possessions and fixed assets through family generations.
Register now and discover the benefits of acquiring alternative residence or citizenship.