Investment Migration Magazine

Report: IM Yearbook 2019/2020

Media: Investment Migration Yearbook

Sector: Investment Migration

Publication Date: June 2019

SummaryInvestment Migration Magazine

The rapid expansion of the investment migration industry shows no sign of slowing down. Across the entire industry spectrum, every nook and cranny has been experiencing growth. New programmes have come online and even more in the offing, raising questions among industry commentators on their sustainability. Despite the question marks, the appeal to clients appears to continue unabated, along with the number of new entrants seeking to service the growing appetite for visa-free travel by the globally mobile. The exponential growth that the industry is enjoying has not gone unnoticed by major international institutions and standard-setting organisations such as the EU, the IMF and the OECD that are all expanding their interest and flexing their powers over the industry.

Report Content

Diversify to Grow

Titan of industry is not a term that is easily attributed. Austin Fragomen could lay claim to this title, but it is certainly nothing he would ascribe to himself. However, with more than 4,200 employees, offices in almost 30 countries and a ranking as one of the top 60 legal firms in the US, it is a title that sits easily with someone of his calibre.

Citizenship by Investment: The Real Drivers Behind Applications

Civil unrest, visa-free travel and statelessness are just a few of the reasons behind the recent uptake in applications for citizenship and residency by investment (CRBI). S-RM analyst Sonia Spencer explains the current environment around these sought-after programmes.

Make a Real Global Impact

Report: IM Yearbook 2019/2020 Media: Investment Migration Yearbook 2019/2020 Sector: Investment Migration Publication Date: June 2019 Simon Anholt, Adviser and Publisher of the Good Country Index Make a Real Global Impact Simon Anholt says the investment migration [...]

Furthering the Investment Migration Industry’s Sustainability

EU member states with the sovereign right to manage their own national economic policies are feeling the weight of increased pressure from EU institutions and international lobby groups to make changes to, or even phase out, their residency and citizenship by investment programmes.

Disrupting the Nation State

Children born today will grow up with a radically different understanding of how governments should serve them, writes Kaspar Korjus, the former head of Estonia’s e-Residency Programme.

The Power of Transparency

CiviQuo is one of the investment migration industry’s most recent start-ups. It aims to radically change the way the industry promotes itself by bringing in elements of performance marketing and building up an affiliate network.

Load More Posts

Report Sponsors

DHL logo
Individual Investor Programme logo, IIP
exiger logo
BDO logo
refinitiv logo
Malta Residency Visa Agency
Investment Migration Insider logo
Beyond Residence & citizenship logo
CIU Logo
CIU logo
civiquo logo
Deloitte logo
Energopiisi investment consultants Logo
ANZ Migrate logo
Fidesco logo
Fragomen logo
Ganado Advocates Logo
Globe Detective Agency Logo
Henley & Partners logo
HazelAlleyne logo, Investment Migration
La Vida logo
Integratas logo
Klasko Immigration Law Partners Logo
Passpro logo
CIP Saint Lucia logo
SRM logo
Commonwealth of Dominica Citizenship by Investment
Rostova & Westerman Immigration Law Logo
Rosemont International logo
RSM logo
vsg logo

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.