NBLO’s managing partner, Kamen Shoylev, was a featured speaker at the Russian Wealth Advisors Forum

Category: Events

2 February 2018

The Russian Wealth Advisors Forum took place in Zurich this week from 31st January until 1st February, 2018.

As a law firm working in both Bulgaria and the United Kingdom, and specialized in immigration, New Balkans Law Office attended as a company speaker. High quality, in-depth insights on the Bulgarian investment immigration programme were highlighted by advocate Shoylev.

The Bulgarian Citizenship by Investment Programme offers the possibility to acquire the citizenship of Bulgaria, a member of the European Union, by making an investment. This is an important advantage, as other programmes require to make a donation to the government, buying a property or the creation of jobs.

By making an investment, the programme allows the applicant the possibility of making profit, as well as of a contribution to the Bulgarian economy.

A further advantage is the wide range of qualifying investment classes, and the option of a Fast Track, which allows the applicant to obtain citizenship in 1.5 years.

Find more information about the Bulgarian programme on the following links:
EU Citizenship by Investment in Bulgaria
FAQs about the Bulgarian Citizenship by Investment Programme

If you are interested on the programme, please contact us directly.


Recent work:

Železárni Veselí

We have provided full legal support to the establishment and local operations of the Czech-headquartered steel holding company Železárny Veselí. We have acted on behalf of the client on the following major assignments:

  • Incorporating the joint venture structure of four Bulgarian companies in which the Czech investor holds 76% of the share capital
  • Drafting the agreements required for the operation of four photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 20 MWp
  • Representing the borrower on the financing of the four Bulgarian companies by a Slovak bank
  • Providing litigation advice on the feasibility of challenging the recently-introduced access fee for photovoltaic power plants in the country.

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