Several European lawmakers are calling for “regulation” of citizenship by investment programs among EU-member countries. Once again, CIPs are protested on the basis of an ideological opposition to the acquisition of nationality through monetary contributions: READ MORE
The Grenada Government has been praised for introducing the Citizens by Investment Programme (CBI) as a way of stimulating growth and expanding the economy. Director at Savvy’s Grenada, Barry Collymore, says the programme is vitally important since traditional sources of investments have dwindled and people are more apprehensive. “Government quite wisely uses the citizenship by […]
VALLETTA, Malta — An advisory firm that plays a major role in promoting the citizenship by investment (CBI) programs run by Grenada and Saint Lucia, and also was similarly involved in the corresponding program in St Kitts and Nevis, has been accused of conspiring to assassinate a Maltese journalist who was killed by a car […]
Prominent spokesperson for Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Program, Health Minister Nickolas Steele, along with a team from the program faced the media on Tuesday to refute claims of irregularities within the CBI. Steele debunked allegations that Grenada has been selling diplomatic passports and also promised that government will be releasing a list of the names […]
CBI DEVELOPER FUNDS SCHOOL MEALS PROGRAMME IN DOMINICA ROSEAU, Dominica — Hundreds of children in Dominica are being helped by a school feeding programme funded by citizenship by investment (CBI) specialist and developer Montreal Management Consultants Est (MMCE).
PRESENTATION BY TRADE UNION SENATOR RAY ROBERTS TO THE SENATE DEBATE Wednesday, August 21, 2013 This is the day the Lord has made, and we all rejoice in it – but in front of me is the CBI Bill designed by the Government without the wisdom of its own history a decade ago.
WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON IN GRENADA? After listening to Senator Chris DeAllie and Sandra Ferguson discussing the CBI (citizenship by investment), I am more convinced that we are making an even bigger mistake than we did 12 – 13 years ago.