Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: Michael Martin, Head of Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kitts and Nevis, has embraced a clear strategy to strengthen the Citizenship by Investment programme of St Kitts and Nevis so it can deliver benefits to both locals and the HNWIs.
The CBI programme of the twin island Federation is setting the standards for the investment migration industry by implementing 2023 regulations to the programme.
The primary objective of new 2023 regulations is to boost the country’s economic diversification, build a solid foundation for the investors and benefit the local populace.
The CIU’s head Michael Martin mentioned that the Citizenship by Investment programme of St Kitts and Nevis has developed over time and is founded on a sustainable paradigm filled with honesty, transparency and accountability.
With the aim of boosting the integrity of the programme, Michael Martin has taken efficient actions to fulfil the requirements of the investors and simultaneously develop the socioeconomic aspects of St Kitts and Nevis. He claimed that both investors and the general public will gain significantly from the updated restrictions.
Additionally, these adjustments demonstrated the commitment of CIU and its head Michael Martin to maintain its position as a leader in the Investment Migration industry.
Since he was appointed as the CIU’s head in August, Michael Martin has worked tirelessly to develop the programme and maintained its position as the world’s top-ranked Citizenship by Investment programme.
The programme’s standards will be raised by adding the Limited Time Offer, the Board of Governors, and a Technical Committee. It strengthened the programme’s integrity and laid a solid platform for the future of both locals and HNWIs.
CIU’s head Michael Martin mentioned that new 2023 regulations were developed on three fundamental principles such as good governance, sustainability and pragmatism. These updates will increase the legitimacy and security of Citizenship by the Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis.
Citizenship by Investment was founded 40 years ago, and over time, the CIU believes the programme needs new adjustments. The 2023 adjustments will again give the investor immigration sector the much-needed constructive tone and direction.
For nearly 40 years, St Kitts and Nevis has been the pioneer of the global investor immigration industry. It offers numerous benefits to the investors, such as portfolio diversification, business opportunities and Citizenship for life.