Creating credible immigrant investment schemes
Already around 20 countries globally offer immigration investment programmes in one form or another. And a number of others are contemplating creating such schemes of...
Eric Major, chief executive officer of Henley & Partners, analyses the trend of more wealthy individuals becoming global citizens.
How much it costs to buy a visa
Many countries offer so-called golden visas that grant residence permits and, in some cases, citizenship in exchange for sizable investments. The investments are typically...
Some of the Rich Collect Art. Others Collect Passports.
Along with stock and real estate portfolios, the global rich are now buying a new form of economic security: passport portfolios.
Christian H. Kalin - Chairman, Henley & Partners
Christina H. Kalin's comment on Citizenship-by-Investment programs. See page 53.
The Global Citizen - The Wealth Management Opportunity
For wealthy and international individuals and families, business owners and investors, today’s globalised world offers tremendous opportunity... See page 43.
Notebook: Glitter comes off golden visas
Portugal’s investigation will increase scrutiny of these programmes.
Global citizenship and residency seminar to be held in NYC next week
Residency specialists Henley & Partners will host its Global Citizenship Seminar at the Four Seasons Hotel, New York on 10 September 2014.
Global Businesses Could Suffer from African Passport Power Decline
The strength of tourism on the African continent has led to only isolated improvements for certain countries in terms of global passport rankings, according to the...
After Overwhelming U.S. Visa Program, Where Will China’s Emigrants Go Next?
Wealthy Chinese hoping to move abroad have overwhelmed the immigration departments of the U.S. and Canada—their favorite destinations—this year.
Russians, Chinese keen to buy EU passports from Malta
BRUSSELS - Russians, Chinese, and people from the Middle East have shown the most interest in Malta's sale of EU passports so far.
IIP cash ‘goes straight to Identity Malta’ says head
Identity Malta head Jonathan Cardona dispels suggestions that Henley earns interest on IIP fees it keeps for prospective applicants.