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.

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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Henley & Partners to promote Thai residency programme

Leading residence and citizenship advisory firm, Henley & Partners has been appointed to promote Thailand’s exclusive residence programme to second home investors and others…

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World's most powerful passports revealed, with UK dropping down the list

United Kingdom comes joint-fourth, behind Germany in top position, while countries on Donald Trump's 'Muslim ban' list rank among worst for ability to travel freely… 

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You can buy elite residency in Thailand for $60,000

LONDON - The Thai government has started offering "elite" residency visas for wealthy foreign citizens, allowing them to live in the country for around $3,000 (£2,403) a year… 

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Thailand launches unique residence programme

Henley & Partners has secured the global concession to promote Thailand’s exclusive residence programme, which gives foreigners authorisation to live in the country for up to 20 years.… 

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Singapore passport ranked 4th globally in travel freedom

SINGAPORE: The Singapore passport has been ranked joint-fourth in travel freedom, its highest ranking in the Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index and up from fifth place… 

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Revealed: The world's most powerful passports for 2017

German citizens still possess the world's most powerful passport, according to new research, with Britain slipping from joint third to joint eighth place… 

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