WEBINAR – Portugal’s Golden Visa and approved Golden Visa fund options
Thursday, September 16, 2021
11 – 11.30am (BST)
Are you a UK passport holder who is keen to maintain your EU footprint now the UK is no longer part of Europe?
One way to do this is to consider applying for Portugal’s Golden Visa programme, which compares extremely favourably with other similar programmes in Europe.
Among other advantages, it offers residency, education and work options in Portugal (and the Schengen countries) for only 7 days presence each year for the first 5 years of residency.
For UK passport holders, Portugal offers an attractive European base, due to its benevolent tax regime for individuals and companies, an excellent local workforce, a wide range of international schools and universities and a very appealing lifestyle.
One way for UK passport holders to qualify for a Golden Visa is to invest in one of Portugal’s regulated Golden-Visa compliant investment funds. These offer a wider range of investments (not just property), good returns, a lower risk ratio and less ‘hassle’ than investing directly into property.
Some of the rules around investing in Portugal via the Golden Visa will change on 1st January 2022. One change is that the minimum investment in Golden Visa -compliant funds will rise from E350,000 to E500,000.
Join us to learn more about the changes and hear about the Golden Visa fund options in Portugal.
Find out more about the following topics
- How does the Golden Visa programme work in Portugal?
- Why are Golden Visa funds now becoming a popular option instead of a direct investment into property?
- What should investors be looking out for?
Register to attend this 30-minute Q & A session between the Chamber’s General Manager Christina Hippisley and Chamber member and investment professional Ashish Saraff from Aretha Capital Partners, which also offers Golden Visa-compliant funds in Portugal.
You can then contact Ashish directly afterwards to book a one-to-one conversation with him.