Report Writing

A global NGO asked Maltin to write a report on investor immigration that would be distributed to a significant group of individuals across multiple jurisdictions.

We were provided with data by the client and summary information from various surveys which they had undertaken across a wide range of countries. We had to reshape this into a report with an executive summary followed by quantitative and qualitative analysis of the data that was both concise and accessible.

The report was further divided into two broad categories: citizenship by investment and residence by investment. The former involves making investments to qualify for fast-track citizenship. The latter typically involves the granting of a visa or residence rights, which may eventually lead to the option of applying for citizenship after a number of years.

On completion, the final report, which ran to several thousand words, was designed and presented to incorporate the explanatory narrative alongside appropriate charts, graphs and tables. Having successfully completed the report, we then secured international coverage for its launch, reaching a target audience of more than two million people.