Hong Kong has introduced a new and revamped Capital Investment Entrant Scheme (New CIES) aimed at enriching the talent pool and attracting more new capital to Hong Kong. Under the New CIES, foreign investors may be granted residency permission in Hong Kong (with a pathway to permanent residency) based on a qualifying investment in Permissible Investment Assets of not less than HK$30 million. In this Legal Update, Mayer Brown attorneys Eugene Y. C. Wong, Helen Wang, and Stephanie S. K. Lam discuss the New CIES Rules, including personal eligibility and net asset requirements, types of permissible investment assets, and portfolio maintenance requirements.  Hong Kong now rejoins a number of jurisdictions, including the United States and the United Kingdom, that offer investment-based visas, both temporary and permanent, to foreign investors and high net worth individuals.