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Enness Helps Family Secure Long-Term EU Access for Better Global Mobility

9th April 2024
Head of High Net Worth Services

Conor Groome

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Conor Groome
Head of High Net Worth Services

Conor Groome

Enness provides customised solutions for high- and ultra-high-net-worth individuals and their families. Our services are designed to offer tailored solutions that safeguard our clients' assets and enable them to prosper in secure jurisdictions. We consistently leverage our extensive global networks to source the most innovative and optimal proposals for our esteemed clients.

Enness assisted a West Asian family interested in gaining better global mobility and securing long-term access to the European Union (EU) for themselves and their future children. This is a common goal for many of our clients. The family frequently travelled to Europe due to their international business interests. However, they faced certain restrictions that made it difficult for them to plan their trips effectively. Consequently, they started exploring ways to obtain smoother access to the EU, which would allow for more accessible travel and save time and effort in organising their trips.

When the family first contacted Enness, we began a thorough process of understanding their specific situation and exploring the various programs available to them. We were diligent in our approach, taking into account every aspect of their unique circumstances to find the best solution. After several discussions, we were able to identify a program that not only met the client's needs but also provided additional benefits that the clients found appealing. This is a testament to our commitment to offering customised solutions.

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