Henley & Partners News — Page 27
The following is a selection of news related to the global residence and citizenship planning industry.
Opinion: We Need Good Countries
21 May 2017
Here’s a slightly different account of what happened in 2016, that fateful year for global democracy:...
#WithRefugees: Commentary by Paola De Leo
Head of Philanthropy, Henley & Partners 19 May 2017
The Department is headed by Paola De Leo, the previous Head of Global Private Philanthropy at the United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees....
Security concerns may drive more Filipinos to migrate: migration expert
18 May 2017
Events like the Marawi terror attack may drive more Filipinos to seek citizenship in another country...
Second passports ‘no longer just talk’
18 May 2017
The recent credit downgrades by Fitch and Standard & Poor’s ratings agencies, has wealthy South Africans seriously reviewing the available options beyond the country’s borders...
Events: Investment Migration Forum, 5 – 7 June 2017
18 May 2017
Henley & Partners is proud to once again participate as a sponsor at the Investment Migration Forum, in Geneva, Switzerland...
Call for Nominations - 2017 Global Citizen Award
09 May 2017
Henley & Partners is proud to announce the call for nominations for the 2017 Global Citizen Award...
How Singapore scales up as a major player in wealth migration
05 May 2017
Dominic Volek also points out where the trend in investment programs is going and where is the place to be...
Helping the wealthy through residence and citizenship planning
28 April 2017
Jennifer Lai of Henley & Partners explains how the firm is taking a needs-based approach to assisting wealthy families with their citizenship and residence planning requirements...
Global Citizen: Mark Cheng
25 April 2017
Ashoka was founded in 1980, based on the idea that the most powerful force for good in the world is a social entrepreneur: a person driven by an innovative idea that can help correct an entrenched global problem. The world’s leading social entrepreneurs pursue system-changing solutions that permanently alter existing patterns of activity....
Diogenes: Shakespeare and the Inevitability of Change
21 April 2017
The idea that change is always good can be traced back as far as the 5
th century BCE. The Greek tragedian Euripides first articulated this notion, although the Latin phrase by Cicero, variatio delectat (‘there is nothing like change’) is usually quoted....