The popular Investment Migration Forum – the annual ‘Davos’ style get-together of
investment migration professionals organized by the Investment Migration Council –
will return to its usual in-person format and be held between the 6th and 9th June in
Brussels, Belgium. Renowned academics, government officials, representatives of
international organizations, as well as the world's leading professionals dealing with
investment migration will be gathering at Steigenberger Wiltcher’s hotel.

Already in its 7th edition, the three-day event will be moderated by Anya Sitaram,
former BBC World News anchor, and attract participants from more than 40 countries.
The line-up of speakers and panelists includes the leading voices of investment
migration, who will share best practices and actionable insights on industry-moving
trends and developments.

From in-depth analytics to unique perspectives – a packed agenda awaits forum
participants. Programme developments as well as global migration trends – affecting
and influencing countries across the world ranging from the Caribbean and the US to
Europe and Asia – will be key themes of the Forum.

Among the forum highlights will be an address by Joe B Lynam, BBC Broadcaster and
Former Disinformation Specialist at the European Commission, who will talk about
“Disinformation and Reputation Management in the TikTok era”. In another session,
Prof Dr Khalid Koser, Member of the Governing Board of the Swiss Andan Foundation,
will share his thoughts on the future of migration and refugee policies and explain
why we need global refugee cities.

Nadine Gooldfoot, Partner of Fragomen Worldwide, will explore the new generation
of nomad and gig economy visas, while the Forum will also feature Andres Solimano,
President of the International Center for Globalisation and Development, Chile, who will offer insight on economic recovery and investment migration in the post-Covid

“After two years of virtual events, we are excited to host a live in-person event and
offer the full conference experience including high-quality learning and debate, as
well as networking and business development opportunities. Industry practitioners
wanting to fill pandemic-induced knowledge gaps and gain new perspectives that will
drive our industry forward should consider attending this year’s event. Coming
together again for the greater good of the investment migration industry has never
been more important,” says Bruno L’ecuyer, Chief Executive of the Investment
Migration Council.

The Forum will follow all COVID-19-related guidelines, protocols and measures in
place at the time of the event to ensure everyone’s safety onsite.
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About the IMC
The Investment Migration Council (IMC) is the worldwide association for investor
migration and citizenship-by-investment, bringing together the leading stakeholders
in the field and giving the industry a voice. The IMC sets the standards on a global
level and interacts with other professional associations, governments, and
international organisations in relation to investment migration. The IMC helps to
promote high professional standards as well as to improve public understanding of the
issues faced by clients, professionals, and governments in this area.
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