Nofi is a Senior Manager for Fragomen’s Worldwide Private Client Practice overseeing efforts in the Middle East and Africa. Based in the Dubai office, she is responsible for the overall management of key client relationships including the provision of advisory and transactional services. In her role, Nofi works with high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs, third party advisors in the private wealth industry, and government agencies on executing solutions to meet clients' global citizenship and residency needs.

Nofi is a regular speaker and panellist at various seminars and events throughout the Middle East, South-East Asia and Africa, focusing on high net worth and entrepreneur immigration solutions around the world. She has authored numerous media publications on immigration and is regularly invited to comment in the press.

Prior to joining Fragomen, Nofi’s professional experience spanned three continents, covering both the public and private sectors. Over the past 11 years, her work has primarily focused on developing strategic partnerships with key stakeholders and identifying new business opportunities with high-net-worth individuals in multiple capacities. She has extensive experience working in a variety of sectors including financial services, private equity, healthcare infrastructure, microfinance, real estate development and investor migration.

Nofi speaks English and French.


Hult International Business School | M.B.A, 2014
University of Chicago | B.A., 2008

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships


Member, Investment Migration Council

Member, Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce

Member, American Business Council

Member, British Business Group

Publications and Lectures

Author, “Feature/Investor Migration.’’ The Oath Magazine: In Pursuit of a Second Citizenship, May 2016. Print.

Speaker, “Innovative Financing for Social Protection in Health in Low-Income Settings in Asia.” Panel discussion, BRAC/James P. Grant School of Public Health International Workshop on Innovative Financing, Dhaka, Bangladesh, April 3-4 2013.

Author, “Forward.” Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center Annual Report 2011, 2012: 4. Print.