Hungarian Residency Bond’s turnover doubled in April
17/05/2015

Hungarian Residency Bond’s turnover doubled in April

In April more than twice as many Hungarian Residency Bonds were bought as in the previous month. According to the data of the Public Debt Management Center (AAK), a total of 62 bonds with a face value of EUR 300,000 and five bonds with a face value of EUR 250,000 were sold. After increasing the […]

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Hungary sold 1783 residency bonds in 2014
04/01/2015

Hungary sold 1783 residency bonds in 2014

Last year the Government Debt Management Agency (AKK) managed to sell 1783 Hungarian Residency Bonds worth EUR 445,75 million. The bonds with face value of EUR 250,000 each became very popular, in 2014 the official agents sold five times more as in 2013, in the year when the Hungarian government introduced the residency by investment […]

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Fast and Cheap Hungarian EU Residency-Price Increase from 2015
07/09/2014

Fast and Cheap Hungarian EU Residency-Price Increase from 2015

Because of the Hungarian Residency Bonds Program’s success, the bond investment required will raise from next year. By investing into Hungarian Residency Bonds, foreign nationals can obtain a Hungarian EU residency permit. The residents and their families can travel, and stay visa free in the Schengen area. After 6 months of residency, the Hungarian residence […]

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Our International Activities in 2014
02/09/2014

Our International Activities in 2014

Laszlo Kiss TEP, Senior Vice President and International Marketing for Discus Holdings Ltd represented the Hungarian Residency Bonds Program in the following international events: 2014 Feb 22 – Istanbul – AKIN Event EN – Hungarian Consul General also supported the event with his personal presence 2014 Apr 20-28 – Seychelles Consuls’ Conference organized by the […]

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Stable Hungarian Government with 2/3 majority
02/09/2014

Stable Hungarian Government with 2/3 majority

Voters in Hungary have re-elected Viktor Orban and his conservative political alliance in parliamentary elections in April 2014. Fidesz holds a total of 133 seats in the 199-seat new parliament, or 67 percent, which would give it a supermajority for the second consecutive term. This means that the Hungarian Residency Program will continue safe and […]

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