Adolf Eichmann is sent to Austria to begin organizing the removal of the nation's Jews. Austria is filled with many wealthy, educated Jews and it's soon recognized by Heinrich Himmler and Reinhard Heydrich that these Jews are prepared to pay almost anything to get out of Austria and escape the Nazis.
So, the Nazis find a way to profit from it.
Reinhard Heydrich sets up the Office for Jewish Emigration and puts Adolf Eichmann in charge of it. Eichmann manages to extract massive amounts of money and valuables from Jews seeking permission to leave Austria — so much, in fact, that his efforts are soon replicated in Germany itself and he is promoted.