People on the Move: Due Diligence Doyen Kim Marsh Joins Arton Capital

A seasoned maven of the investment migration-related due diligence field and a familiar name to industry observers, Kim Marsh, will be joining Arton Capital in a bid to expand the firm’s government advisory practice. Joining Marsh is Eric Schultz, a former US ambassador to Zambia, according to a press release.  Marsh is the former Vice

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Global Citizen Forum Raises US$400,000 for Barbuda Reconstruction

After three days of speeches, entertainment, and celebrity-appearances – including Robert DeNiro and Wyclef Jean – at the Montenegrin seaside, Arton Capital reports that a charity auction that took place at the Global Citizen Forum raised some US$400,000 to help the reconstruction efforts on the island of Barbuda, where Hurricane Irma leveled some 95% of

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Montenegrin Press Questions Arton Involvement in New Citizenship Program

Following generally positive coverage in Montenegrin media last weekend, Arton this week became the subject of less flattering coverage in which Montenegrin newspaper Daily Dan dug through the firm’s history in Hungary. The article acquaints the Montenegrin public with stories Arton has categorically denied as false, such as reports that EUR 1.9M in cash went

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Arton: CBI to Make “Billions” for Montenegro, Media Playing “Dirty Game” to Discredit Arton Capital

In an interview with newspaper Dnevne Novine, Armand Arton, now back at the helm of Arton Capital after erstwhile CEO John Hanafin’s unexpected departure last week, says the economic benefits of Montenegro’s heralded Special Investor Programme (MSIP) will be “measured by billions”. Arton points to the country’s relative proximity to Africa, Russia and the Middle East as a

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Montenegro to design citizenship by investment program in-house, wish to avoid Hungarian model, says Ministry

The investment migration world has been abuzz with talk of a Montenegrin citizenship by investment program over the last year or so. The promise of another European CIP, in a country engaged in EU-accession talks, has piqued the interest of CBI-professionals around the world but, so far, very few progress reports have surfaced, no program has

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