Holborn Assets appoints Pablo Ostrick, hires 25 advisers for 'golden visa surge'

Mark Battersby
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Dubai-headquartered Holborn Assets, which manages $3bn of client assets, is launching a major expansion of its Residency and Citizenship Investment (RCBI) division amid countries tightening citizenship by investment programmes rules and as demand for so-called golden visas surges. In a statement on 13 September, the international wealth manager and adviser said it had appointed Pablo Ostrick to be the managing Director of its RCBI unit, known as Holborn Pass. In his new role within the business , he will hire 25 advisers this year to work alongside the firm's 250 wealth managers, help...

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