FAST FIVE: Mapping The Global Migration Of Millionaires

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In some cases they are attracted by jurisdictions with more favorable tax laws, or less pollution and crime.

Although the country is still making a number of its citizens very wealthy, over 15,000 Chinese HNWIs still chose to migrate to other countries in 2018 – the most significant migration of any country.

This is the case in Turkey, which has been rocked by instability, mass protests, and an inflation rate estimated to be in the triple-digits by some sources.

For the third straight year, Turkey lost more than 4,000 millionaires.

Here's a look at HNWI inflows around the world: Greece, which was one of the worst performing wealth markets of the last decade, is finally seeing a modest inflow of millionaires again.

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