The Investment Migration Forum 2016 is now confirmed to take place in Geneva from 6 - 8 June 2016 at the Graduate Institute and the Kempinski Grand Hotel.
The Forum, which is organized by the Investment Migration Council (IMC), will be the largest and most important such forum in the world. Renowned academics, government officials, representatives of international organizations, and the world’s leading professionals working with investor immigration and citizenship will gather in the Swiss city to debate and discuss the latest developments.
The two day event, plus one academic day, will cover a variety of related subjects of interest to the academic, professional and government community.
Attendees can look forward to key speakers such as Eric Major, CEO and member of the Executive Committee, Henley & Partners; Professor Dr Dimitry Kochenov, Chair in EU Constitutional and Citizenship Law, University of Groningen; Professor Dr. Khalid Koser, the Vice-Chairman of the Advisory Council on Migration, World Economic Forum; Francois Mandeville, the founder and Partner of Mandeville & Associates; and Kamal Rahman, Head of Immigration at Mishcon de Reya.
The program, which is currently under development, will enrich the delegates through an engaging mixture of presentations, debates, round tables, focused workshops and keynote presentations.
A limited number of partnership opportunities are available for highly respected firms to participate in the success of the forum and to improve their visibility.
The IMC is a Swiss non-profit association for investor immigration and citizenship-by-investment, bringing together the leading stakeholders in the field and giving the industry a voice. It sets the industry standards on a global level and works with other professional associations, governments and international organizations in relation to investment migration. The Council helps to improve public understanding of the issues faced by clients and governments in this area and promotes education and high professional standards among its members.