25% of Dominica’s GDP and Half of Govt. Revenue to Come From CIP This Year

Confirming the prediction from last year, Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has confirmed in his budget address that revenue from the country’s citizenship by investment program will represent 25% of GDP and some 51% of government revenue in the fiscal year 2019-20, WIC News reports. The statement highlights the criticality of the program in sustaining

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3 Prime Ministers, All 5 Caribbean CIU-Heads to Meet in St. Kitts on June 19th

Caribbean Investment Summit 2019Sponsor   The stage is set for the most defining and consequential citizenship and investment event of the year, as the Caribbean Investment Summit (CIS 2019) welcomes the world to the shores of St. Kitts and Nevis from 19 – 21 June 2019. Only two (2) remaining sponsorship opportunities remain at the

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Grenada Publishes Sweeping Amendments to its Citizenship by Investment Act

Grenada’s government has just published a wide set of amendments to its Citizenship by Investment Act of 2013. No citizenship by investment program has undergone a more comprehensive transformation in the last six months than that of Grenada: In September last year, the program hired a new head for its CIU – Thomas Anthony. In

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