Citizenship by Investment
DECLINE IN GRENADA CBI APPLICATIONS FOR 2018 GRENADA CIP FOR SINGLE APPLICANT REMAINS AT $150,000
DUE DILIGENCE FOR CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT PROGRAMMES IN THE REGION Prime Minister, Dr. the Right Hon. Keith Mitchell will be initiating a meeting with CARICOM level crime and security management agencies to discuss compliance with due diligence procedures for Citizenship by Investment (CBI) programmes operated by regional countries. The meeting with the Joint Regional Communications […]
Citizenship-by-investment programmes offer the super-rich an opportunity to acquire a new nationality It’s the must-have accessory for every self-respecting 21st-century oligarch, and a good many mere multimillionaires: a second – and sometimes a third or even a fourth – passport. Click here to read more
The 2018 Caribbean Investment Summit slated to be held in St. Kitts and Nevis from May 16-19, will tackle critical issues facing islands providing Citizenship by Investment. Transparency versus Confidentiality: The Democracy of Information Sharing, Hurricane-Proof Banking: Protecting against External Impacts and Embracing New Technology for Better CIPs, are several of the critical topics that […]
AS ANTIGUA LOSES CANADA VISA-PRIVILEGES, CARIBBEAN ACCESS TO SCHENGEN AND UK ALSO AT RISK This story is a reprint from June 27, 2017 Following Canadian immigration authorities’ announcement to end Antigua & Barbuda’s visa-free access – to the shock and chagrin of much of the CIP industry – contours of the full extent of the […]
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 […]
GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA REFUTES AS FALSEHOOD CLAIMS BY SO-CALLED FINANCIAL BLOGGER The Government of Grenada views with concern and dismisses as total falsehood, a blogpost by convicted criminal-turned-financial-analyst, one Kenneth Rijock, in which he alleges that Henley and Partners, one of several approved marketing agents of Grenada’s Citizenship By Investment programme, took money from someone […]
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.