Global Investment Immigration Summit 2018 – London

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Date(s) - 21/06/2018 - 22/06/2018

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From the official website:

LONDON, A HUB FOR CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT!

The GLOBAL INVESTMENT IMMIGRATION SUMMIT 2018 (GIIS18) brings together direct investors, investors seeking immigration, immigration agents, global mobility managers, project developers, and regional centers together with international immigration citizenship experts from the USA, the Caribbean, the UK/Ireland, the Mediterranean and other key target regions.

GiIS18 is organised by BLS Media who are assembling a selection of industry experts to contribute leadership, insight and strategy to harness available opportunities for residency/citizenship.

GIIS18 is the must-attend event for investors/agents wishing to learn about EB-5 opportunities and other global investment citizenship programs.

WHY LONDON?

A HUB FOR CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT!

London is the ideal venue. One of its leading attributes is because of its central location; the city is within a six-hour flight of three continents. Not only is the city accessible, but it also possesses a timezone advantage for doing business with Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

A globally oriented city, London is not only an economic hub for the United Kingdom, but also for Europe. 40% of the world’s equities are traded here – more than the figure in New York.

Finally, in London there are an approximately 103,000 international students that are living and learning in the city.

London, UK the perfect time and location, as millions of EU citizens who currently live in the UK – and the Brits living in Europe, face uncertainty. 89% of Britons want dual citizenship after leaving EU.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
• Investors
• HNWIs (High net worth individuals)
• Wealth Management
• Global Mobility
• Family Officers
• Fund Management
• Sovereignty Management
• Government bodies
• Pensions Funds
• Relevant Embassy Officials
• Retirement Consultants & Administrator
• Approved/accredited consultants
• International foreign intermediaries
• Legal entities/expert legislators/attorneys
• Immigration/migration service providers
• Agents
• EU Citizens in UK
• Developers
…and all the other associated entities and agents

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