Private wealth and cross-border migration have increased markedly over the past decade, and these trends have combined to swell the ranks of wealthy migrants. Some countries, particularly those with aging populations, are making the most of this growing cohort through residency and citizenship programs that often require foreign nationals to make financial and business contributions. The Economist Intelligent Unit surveyed a sample of members in this elite club to understand their motivations and experiences. getAbstract recommends the revealing results to human resources professionals and executives thinking of relocating overseas.
In this summary, you will learn
- Where rich immigrants come from and where they are going,
- Why they choose to emigrate, and
- How countries are accommodating this growing influx of new residents and citizens.
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