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On Tuesday 6th July - 4.00pm to 5.00pm HKT / SGT, Hubbis will be hosting this unique look at Global Mobility trends, in partnership with Henley & Partners, the global leader in residence and citizenship planning.

We are delighted to host this webinar – featuring six leading experts – focused on the major trends influencing mobility patterns today. It will cover many of the highlights of the Q3 edition of the Henley & Partners Global Mobility Report, which is being launched at the same time.

This is a unique publication grounded in geopolitical analysis that focuses on the realities shaping our world – from the cautious resumption of international travel and emerging Covid-era travel and migration trends to health passports and vaccine diplomacy. Published quarterly, the report offers exclusive insights into what we can expect in the months to come.

The Henley Passport Index is the original, authoritative ranking of all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa. The index is based on exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) – the largest, most accurate travel information database – and enhanced by Henley & Partners’ research team. Expert insights regarding the latest ranking are available in the Global Mobility Report 2021 Q3.

The overarching themes for the Q3 edition of the Henley & Partners Global Mobility Report are as follows:

  • The cautious resumption of international travel
  • Where people are traveling to and from for business and leisure
  • The regions and nations being left behind, and why
  • Health passports and how travel technology will facilitate travel in the Covid era
  • The necessity of domicile and citizenship diversification in the new world order
  • The rise of investment migration and immigration policy changes as countries scramble to boost sovereign equity and attract talent

 

Jul 6

Global Mobility Trends

4.00pm to 5.00pm HKT / SGT.

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Curtis Chin

Milken Institute

Greg Lindsay

NewCities

Dominic Volek

Henley & Partners

Robert Maciejewski

Swiss Insurance Partners

Oriel Morrison

Kaida Corp

Kate Batz

Longevity Capital

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    Global Mobility Trends

    Global Mobility Trends

    Dominic Volek
    Group Head of Private Clients
    Henley & Partners
    Based in Dubai

    • Results and trends from the 2021 Q3 Henley Passport Index
    • Investment migration trends
    • The increasing necessity of domicile and citizenship diversification to secure mobility options in the Covid era

     

    Return Migration

    Greg Lindsay
    Director of Applied Research
    NewCities
    Based in Canada

    • The future of cities in the Covid era given reports that many have been emptying out in certain parts of the world, such as the US
    • The rise and rise of digital nomadism

     

    Health Passports

    Robert Maciejewski
    CEO
    Swiss Insurance Partners
    Based in Switzerland

    • The complexities of health passports
    • Moving forward, relatively unrestricted international travel will only be possible for holders of such passports,
    • In a rapidly changing environment, what are the most recent developments, and what do they mean practically for globally mobile citizens and their advisors?

     

    Longevity Migration

    Kate Batz
    Managing Partner
    Longevity Capital
    Based in San Francisco

    • Longevity as a new political reality of the 21st century
    • How Longevity will come to be seen as fundamental duty of governments – and right of citizens – and will be demanded by the electorate of most developed nations by the year 2030
    • Unpacking what makes regions longevity progressive or regressive
       

    Migration and Mobility trends– Southeast Asia
     

    Curtis Chin
    Senior Fellow - Asia
    Milken Institute
    Based in Singapore

    • Southeast Asia in dire straits
    • No significant resumption of safe, regional, international travel this next quarter
    • Covid-19 has hit all nations, both rich and poor
    • Hopes that ASEAN would be a key, central means to address Covid-19 among the 10 core nations of Southeast Asia have not come to fruition
    • Vaccines will be critical, but so too will be strengthened capacity building, cooperation and communication

     

    Migration and Mobility trends – Australasia

    Oriel Morrison
    Founder
    Kaida Corp
    Based in Australia

    • Australia and New Zealand have been hugely successful in containing the spread of Covid-19, largely because doors to the island nations were slammed shut early in the pandemic.
    • But both countries depend on immigration, trade, and global populations, which has seen their governments exploring new ways of opening up, including implementing vaccine passports and new and upgraded immigration policies aimed at attracting talent.

    Speakers

    Dominic Volek

    Group Head of Private Clients

    Henley & Partners

    Oriel Morrison

    Founder

    Kaida Corp

    Kate Batz

    Managing Partner

    Longevity Capital

    Curtis Chin

    Senior Fellow, Asia

    Milken Institute

    Greg Lindsay

    Director of Applied Research

    NewCities

    Robert Maciejewski

    CEO

    Swiss Insurance Partners

Jul 6

Global Mobility Trends

4.00pm to 5.00pm HKT / SGT.

Speakers

Curtis Chin

Milken Institute

Greg Lindsay

NewCities

Dominic Volek

Henley & Partners

Robert Maciejewski

Swiss Insurance Partners

Oriel Morrison

Kaida Corp

Kate Batz

Longevity Capital

Jul 6

Global Mobility Trends

4.00pm to 5.00pm HKT / SGT.

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Jul 6

Global Mobility Trends

4.00pm to 5.00pm HKT / SGT.