France’s first IELP Expo to take place in Cannes
The Cannes International Emigration and Luxury Property Expo will be held at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès in Cannes on 26 and 27 October 2017, hosting 300 exhibitors from countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal, the United Arab Emirates, Cyprus and Malta, along with 2000 visitors from some 30 different countries such as Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, China, India, Qatar and South Africa. The aim of this B2B and B2C expo in Cannes is to create networking opportunities between luxury real estate professionals, private banks and asset management businesses, and high net worth private investors. This year France plays host for the first time with the event being held in Cannes, which follows on from previous exhibitions in Moscow, Almaty, Baku, Kiev, Bangkok and Mumbai.
Immigration, luxury real estate and private financial consulting
With its focus on immigration, luxury real estate and private financial consulting, the Cannes International Emigration and Luxury Property Expo will be attended by professionals representing the property and immigration services industries, as well as immigration companies, luxury real estate promoters and developers and private banks. This is a leading international exhibition that will attract both private individuals (such as prospective immigrants, property buyers and international entrepreneurs) and professional visitors (such as immigration agencies, law firms, international real estate agencies and consultants).
A wealth of topics to be covered
The 2017 International Emigration and Luxury Property Expo in Cannes will cover many different areas of interest, including the acquisition of luxury real estate, dual nationality, temporary and permanent residency, changing of nationality, permanent or seasonal residency, changing of residency, securing of assets, income and asset declaration, income and asset declaration in the EU, USA, Canada, Great Britain and elsewhere, company registration and coverage of bank accounts in highly developed countries, and much more besides.