Henley & Partners in the Press

Below is a selection of published print and online articles mentioning Henley & Partners. To download an article, click on the links indicated below.

Opening doors to the world with a second passport

None of us have control over where we are born or the limitations that may ...

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Greater Financial Privacy With Alternative Residence or Citizenship

The world’s wealthy are becoming increasingly interested in ...

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Laying the foundations for wealth management in Vietnam

If banks and other financial institutions in the country start to take wealth management more ...

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Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei top ASEAN citizenship quality ranking

Peace, wealth, easy travel make the difference; rest of region also rising...

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Britain falls outside top 10 in global citizenship ranking

Results of the second Henley & Partners – Kochenov Quality of Nationality Index (QNI)...

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The 22 most powerful passports in the world

In a world of budget airlines and abundant flights all over the world, travelling ...

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Germany tops Quality of Nationality Index

Jennifer Lai of Henley & Partners discusses the results of the Quality of Nationality Index...

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Revealed: The world's best (and worst) nationalities

The Germans have been named the best nationality in the world for the sixth year in a row, according to an index...

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Passports for cash: Citizens of anywhere

Globalisation has turned citizenship into a commodity. Matthew Valencia went shopping for a new passport and found bargains to be had...

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German Citizenship Is The Most “Valuable” In The World, Survey Says

Germany claimed the top spot on the Quality of Nationality Index – an annual ranking compiled by UK-based residence and citizenship planning firm Henley & Partners

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Why Malta, Thailand are good relocation options for China’s rich

It is said that making your first million is the hardest. But when it comes to ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals, holding on to those millions from generation to generation is actually much more difficult.

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What price would you put on a passport?

Her family escaped war-torn Yemen on a United Nations evacuation flight two years ago. "I don't think anyone in the world would want to live that way," she said.

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