Important factors to consider in residence planning
Tuesday, 24 September 2019 — Grand Hyatt, New York
Program: 17:30–18:00 Registration, 18:00–19:00 Seminar, 19:00–20:30 Refreshments and Canapés
Attendance is free of charge, however, only registered and confirmed delegates will be admitted.
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There is no longer any debate about technology’s capacity to change the world as we know it. As rapidly evolving technological advancement transforms our everyday lives, it seems clear that identity, citizenship, and the nature of global access must evolve along with it. As a concept, digital identity can extend far beyond the limits imposed upon an individual by a passport, and governments globally are adopting various technologies to support this.
It is clear that in a climate of globalization and ever-increasing uncertainty in the realm of global mobility, residence- and citizenship-by-investment programs represent the best value options for wealthy individuals wishing to cement and extend their global influence. The evidence already shows that there is a steady increase in entrepreneurs and investors choosing alternate residence and citizenship options in order to boost their global operations, reduce their exposure to risk, increase their mobility, and open up new opportunities for personal and business growth.
Against this backdrop of evolving digital identity technology in the global citizenship space, Henley & Partners is proud to host a Global Citizenship Seminar in New York on Tuesday, 24 September 2019, alongside our patron sponsorship of the annual Concordia Summit, on how blockchain and digital identity is at the forefront of the investment migration industry.
Space is limited and registration is essential. Register for this event here.
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