Kaisha Ince Steps Down as Chair of Grenada CIU


The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Unit has informed its agents, in a circular, that Kaisha Ince has stepped down from her position as Chairperson of the Citizenship by Investment Committee, a post she held for more than two years.

See the circular below:

The Grenada CIU did not have a CEO for most of this period which, in effect, meant Kaisha Ince acted as the de facto head of the unit. The Grenada CIU recently appointed Thomas Anthony, former deputy CEO and interim CEO of the Antigua & Barbuda CIU, as CEO.

Kaisha Ince oversaw a period of record application volumes and revenue growth for the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme.

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