HONG KONG, May 31, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - Ireland ranked high on the list of preferred investor migration destinations in Europe following Brexit, according to European Union institutions. Dublin is the favourite destination for financial services firms moving jobs to the European Union after Brexit, according to a study by the accounting consultancy EY.
|Irish Diaspora Loan Fund (IDLF) is an investment fund authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland which offers the opportunity for foreign investors to invest in Ireland in return for access to the Irish Immigrant Investor Visa Programme. (5/31)|
The EY Financial Services Brexit Tracker, which monitors public statements made by 222 financial services firms, identified 36 financial services firms that are considering or have confirmed relocating some UK operations and/or staff to Dublin. Luxembourg took the second most popular destination for financial services firms attracting 29 companies in total. Frankfurt attracted 23 companies in third, followed by Paris with 20 companies.
The EY Financial Services Brexit Tracker: https://tinyurl.com/eybrexit
Ireland also ranked second in the better-known Golden Visa 2021 rankings, published by the citizenship planning platform Best Citizenships. According to Best Citizenships, Ireland moved its rank up this year and remains one of the best residency programs in the world. The demand for Irish passports is at an all-time high post-Brexit due to the country's use of English, high standard of living and globally recognised educational institutions.
To cater to the increasing demand for more information on living and working in Ireland, The Irish Diaspora Loan Fund (IDLF), one of the approved products under Ireland's Immigrant Investor Program (IIP), is launching a five-session seminar series in Hong Kong in June to share with participants the practical aspects of Irish living.
Representatives from IDLF and distinguished speakers from their respective areas will share practical aspects of living, working, and planning education for IIP investors and their children.
The planned topics to be covered in the sessions are as follows:
June 05: Overview of Ireland, the IIP and IDLF
June 12: Education in Ireland
June 19: Ireland as Europe's technology capital
June 26: Properties in Ireland
July 03: The financial service sector in Ireland
The seminar sessions will start at 3pm in the Lounge, Level 19, Two Chinachem Central, 26 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong. Registration for the first two sessions is now open at https://bit.ly/3yAPWDc.
Kim McNair, IDLF's Regional Manager for Asia stationed in Hong Kong, said: "We are excited to share with entrepreneurs, professionals and high-net-worth individuals in Hong Kong practical aspects of relocating, living, working and planning education in Ireland to facilitate a smooth transition into the Irish community as and when they decide on enrolling in IIP and relocating to this beautiful and prosperous EU country. We believe that seminar-style settings will allow participants to get the most out of their attendance."
About Irish Diaspora Loan Fund
Irish Diaspora Loan Fund (IDLF) is a low-risk investment fund authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. It offers the opportunity for foreign investors to invest in Ireland in return for access to the Irish Immigrant Investor Visa Programme. The fund ensures maximum protection of investor funds, by following a conservative, low-risk loan investment policy. Its board of directors includes seasoned, successful business and finance leaders and a former Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland. Visit www.idlf.ie.
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Source: Irish Diaspora Loan Fund
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