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International Emigration & Luxury Property Expo
The IELP 2017 Expo is a series of international conferences and exhibitions dedicated to immigration, luxury real estate, and related services, including tax and financial consulting and private banking. This autumn, the events will be held in Moscow (17 November), Almaty (20 November), Baku (22 November), and Kyiv (24 November).

Participants and visitors
The event brings together companies from more than 25 countries, including the USA, Canada, Great Britain, the UAE, Portugal. France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Cyprus, Malta, Switzerland, and other EU countries. The list of exhibitors encompasses leading immigration agencies, developers, wealth management firms, as well as immigration services and real estate market professionals from all over the world.
The Expos will be visited by professionals as well as individual visitors, particularly high net worth prospects, international home buyers and international entrepreneurs.
What we deliver
  • Leading companies from 25 countries in one place.
  • Primary target audience: Direct clients, including potential immigrants and real estate buyers.
  • Real estate and immigration services market professionals from around the globe. We offer an opportunity to make contacts with prospective partners.
  • The opportunity to speak to your target audience at the conference.
  • An online appointment scheduling system to help you plan your participation and manage your itinerary.
  • More clients from related industries, due to the integration of similar business directions and presenting them as an interconnected whole.
Topics of the Expo
  1. Immigration, change of residency, dual citizenship, temporary and permanent residence in a highly developed country;
  2. Acquisition of luxury real estate:
  • As a permanent or seasonal residence;
  • To secure assets; and
  • To gain residency through investment.
  1. Income and asset declaration in the EU, the USA, the UK, and other countries; tax optimization, company registration, and overseas bank accounts;
  2. International business expansion; and
  3. Private banking.
To register for the exhibition, complete the form on the official website, or contact us directly at, tel:  + 44 20 709 78 725.
We look forward to seeing you at the International Emigration & Luxury Property Expo 2017!

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