Investment Migration: Teetering On The Precipice Of Profound Transformation

Last year, the traditional practices of investment migration faced unprecedented scrutiny and pressure from international organisations. The European Union, which has long been a vocal critic, repeatedly called on its member states to abandon investment migration pathways, even wielding the threat of revoking visa-free travel for third countries. Elsewhere, the OECD and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) argued that investment migration is prone to corruption and misuse if it is not properly managed.