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Henley & Partners News — Page 28

The following is a selection of news related to the global residence and citizenship planning industry.

Opening of Henley & Partners’ St. Lucia Office

International citizenship and residence advisory firm, Henley & Partners, has opened a new office in St. Lucia — its fourth office in the Caribbean region....
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The Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index 2017

A German passport is still the top passport to have, according to the latest edition of The Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index....
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Global Citizen: Nadeem Shaikh

“Diversity is the heart of what we do; diversity in terms of thought, experience, gender and geography,” says Nadeem Shaikh,...
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Property: Nonsuch Bay Resort, Antigua

On the southeast coast of Antigua rests the Nonsuch Bay Resort...
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Taxing Times for Global Citizens

We live in an unprecedented era of change and never is this adage truer than when it comes to taxation ...
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Thailand — One of the World’s Most Attractive Residence Programs

Thailand is one of the most sought-after destinations in Southeast Asia. Offering an affordable and convenient standard of living, Thailand’s attractions...
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Opinion: Protect Your Wealth – Because Going ‘All In’ is Too Risky

We often ignore something that we know we should do — possibly because it seems too complicated, we are concerned about the outcome, or it’s simply a matter of procrastination....
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Opinion: We Need Good Countries

Here’s a slightly different account of what happened in 2016, that fateful year for global democracy:...
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#WithRefugees: Commentary by Paola De Leo
Head of Philanthropy, Henley & Partners

The Department is headed by Paola De Leo, the previous Head of Global Private Philanthropy at the United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees....
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Security concerns may drive more Filipinos to migrate: migration expert

Events like the Marawi terror attack may drive more Filipinos to seek citizenship in another country...
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