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.

PHL elite find ‘paradise’ in foreign lands

Residence and citizenship planning is gaining momentum worldwide, particularly in Southeast Asia, including the Philippines, as high net-worth individuals or wealthy families are becoming more aware of options abroad that provide better

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Thailand Residence - The Global Citizen’s Paradise

The story of Thailand is considered by many to be a prosperous one; the country moved from a low-income to a middle-income society in less than four generations due to sustained strong growth and impressive poverty reduction.

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Pam Golding to help South Africans seeking alternative citizenship

Pam Golding Properties has partnered with investment migration firm Henley & Partners to provide buyers seeking international property assets with a view to acquiring dual residence or citizenship.

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Security concerns may drive more Filipinos to migrate: migration expert

Events like the Marawi terror attack as well as the declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao may drive more Filipinos to seek citizenship in another country.

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MSN Money

Second passports ‘no longer just talk’

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.

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Wealthy Filipinos’ guide to living in sought-after territories

There is an easier way for wealthy Filipinos who want to live in countries with strict visa requirements -- by acquiring a residence permit or a “strong” second passport that allows entry into coveted destinations around the world.

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Singapore Business Review

How Singapore scales up as a major player in wealth migration

Dominic Volek also points out where the trend in investment programs is going and where is the place to be.

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Bloomberg

The Power of Your Passport

Dominic Volek, Managing Partner of Henley & Partners Singapore and Head Southeast Asia discussed how the freedom to travel is changing.

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Yahoo Finance

Henley & Partners' Dominic Volek talks about how Singapore scales up

Volek also points out where the trend in investment programs is going and where is the place to be.

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Asia Finance

More South Korean Millionaires Looking To Relocate To Singapore

According to Henley & Partners, “investment migration” has become “mainstream” in the past five years. The firm sees growing interest in migration programmes among Chinese… 

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Helping the wealthy through residence and citizenship planning

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… 

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The most (and least) powerful passports in the world revealed

With visa-free access to 176 countries, Germany still has the most powerful passport in the world. It has retained the No1 position in an annual travel freedom ranking, despite losing visa-free admission to one country.… 

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