The Quebec government has data regarding the amount of people applying to immigrate to Canada under the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program. The data contains interesting trends about who is using the program.
The first thing to note is the dramatic rise in the number of people applying to the program from June 2010 to January 2011, followed by the collapse in the number of applicants. Those familiar with Canadian immigration knew that the Quebec from benefited greatly from the close of the Federal Investor Program in 2010. This chart confirms that. It will be interesting to see whether there will be a similar increase in the number of applicants now that there is a moratorium on Federal Investor applications.
The second thing, which was obvious to everyone familiar with immigration, is how dominant Asia and the Middle East are in terms of source countries for investor immigrants.
What would be especially interesting to know would be the distribution of investor immigrants among the facilitator banks. However, to my knowledge, such data has never been made publicly available.