Due to their migration in pursuit of better opportunities, indians may be found in most parts of the world. Some of the popular nations include the US, UK, Australia, and Canada. The United Arab Emirates (UAE), however, is the most recent destination of choice for the ultra-wealthy, according to a research by the international investment migration consultancy firm Henley & Partners. According to the survey, 4,300 millionaires are predicted to depart india this year, with the majority of them travelling to dubai, United Arab Emirates.

"India keeps losing a lot of millionaires, particularly to the United Arab Emirates. However, given that india continues to create significantly more new HNWIs than it loses to emigration, we do not believe that these outflows are very alarming. Additionally, the majority of millionaires who depart from india often keep their businesses and second houses there, which is encouraging," the survey stated.
Rich indians go to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in greater numbers than to Australia, Singapore, or the United States. In fact, indian purchasers spent 16 billion dirhams (about Rs 35,500 crore) on real estate in dubai last year, almost twice as much as they did in 2021.

Forty percent of the customers were indian, with the bulk originating from Delhi-NCR, Ahmedabad, Surat, Hyderabad, and Punjab. The remaining 20% were global indians (20%) situated all over the world and 40% were indians residing in the United Arab Emirates.
Rich indians are increasingly choosing to establish family offices abroad in places like dubai, Singapore, and London.
The younger generation is getting more and more interested in opening family offices abroad, especially those who have studied abroad or recently returned from college abroad to work for family enterprises.

A growing number of startup founders are now relocating their businesses and setting up family offices abroad. This tendency is motivated by several causes. First and foremost, they want to shield a portion of their fortune from any tax or regulatory problems in India.
Second, establishing a family office overseas facilitates business development in other countries and offers simpler access to international markets. Thirdly, it makes it possible to diversify company endeavours and investments.
A family office is usually a privately held company that looks after wealth and investments for a family with investable assets of over $100 million (about Rs 820 crore).

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