London & Capital bolsters immigration
Cindy Lim has been hired as a Client Relationship Manager for London & Capital investment managers for its Immigration division. Lim joins the firm from HSBC, having played a prominent role in the bank’s Investor Visa business over a period of seven years. Originating from Hong Kong, but resident in the UK for some 18 years now, Lim is fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese.
Commenting on the appointment, Mark Estcourt, Head of Immigration at London & Capital said: “The prevailing global economic and political climate means growing numbers of families view the UK as a safe haven. This, allied to the attractions of an established education, health and legal system, means the UK is attracting more and more talented immigrants, who have always made and continue to make a major contribution to the wealth and cultural diversity of this country. As a result we are seeing a new market emerge, with increasing numbers seeking to enter the UK on a Tier 1 investor visa.‚Äù
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