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Moving to Australia
For anyone considering moving to another country, either now or in the future, there are many lifestyle and financial issues to consider. For financial planners, fund managers and other professionals considering working with Significant Investor Visa (SIV) applicants, it’s not just about a $5,000,000 investment, they need to integrate with other professionals starting with migration.
A registered migration agent or lawyer can determine the most appropriate business, innovation or investment visa pathway for the family’s circumstances and future needs. The SIV/888 visa is just one option. Continue reading Consulting Service to SIV industry
Financial technology (fintech) is where the future lies for Australia. I recently had the opportunity to visit the offices of Stone & Chalk, the Sydney based fintech hub on Level 2 of the AMP Building in the CBD. Continue reading Australia’s fintech community targeting China
Guest speaker Nigel Blair, Founder & Executive Director of Envest Group and serial entrepreneur, shared his experience in entering the China market as part of our Venture Capital forums which attracted around 50 attendees from migration, funds management and other internationally connected professionals.
A great story and well worth viewing the presentation slides here. Continue reading Entrepreneur Nigel Blair shared his experience in setting up businesses in China at our February 2016 forum
Many in the migration industry are still coming to grips with the new Significant Investor Visa (SIV) requirements. From 1 July, 2015 applicants are required to invest a portion of their complying investment into Venture Capital (VC) and small public company shares. Speakers from the January 2016 Think Global “Invest in Australia” mission spoke to around 50 local industry participants including members of Austcham Hong Kong and Macau.
Continue reading Demystifying Venture Capital – SIV event held in Hong Kong
For the second Significant Investor Visa discussion forum, the venture capital managers had the opportunity to hear from front line market participants on what potential clients are saying about the new SIV investment framework, as well as get an update from the NSW State Government on the progress of the program.
Continue reading Venture Capital Discussion Group – views from the front line