Key Clientele

Our Clients: HNWI’s from all over the world

Our premium and key client-body consists of High Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs) and their families from all over the world. They are of exceptional merits and sound business background and unquestionable credibility. HNWIs and their Home Offices generally demand personalized services in financial investment, real estate planning and tax advice, all of which fall under the umbrella of Risk Management.   In this respect, Second Residence is one of the most crucial pillars of the Risk Management process, as all other elements may be deemed obsolete if Freedom of Movement is not available when needed.  As a result, the purpose of HNWIs for seeking a Second Residence continue to revolve around two issues that are very close to the hearts of HNWIs: Security and Freedom.

Security entails premium health care and education as well as taxation, retirement and succession planning. In terms of freedom, HNWIs will have free mobility and a high quality of life that ensures them premium education opportunities, standard of living, environmental quality, and social progress.

HNWIs receive a comprehensive contingency plan that includes freedom of travel, asset protection, safety and confidentiality through Citizenship by Investment or Residency by Investment programs of a respectable and neutral country.

GICG takes into consideration the unique cultural and legal aspects of the region and assures our clients the highest level of confidentiality.

HNWIs in the Middle East and across the continents:

Recent statistics issued by ‘Value Walk’, a reputable financial news website, issued on June 19, 2015 revealed the following:

  •  Global HNWI population and wealth expanded at moderate rates of 6.7% and 7.2% respectively in 2014.
  • Asia-Pacific and North America drove the majority of growth, and Asia-Pacific overtook North America to become the region with the largest HNWI population at 4.69 million.
  • Global HNWI wealth is forecast to cross US$70 trillion by 2017, growing at an annualized rate of 7.7% from the end of 2014 through 2017.