St Kitts and Nevis: Michael Martin- the head of the Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kitts and Nevis has been accelerating its efforts to diversify economy, empower and prosper local citizens and building a solid foundation for wise investors by enhancing most sough after programme.
CIU Head Martin is primarily focus on three key pillars such as Sustainability, good governance and pragmatism to evolve the Citizenship by Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis for creating enriched base for the high net-worth-individuals. He has also been focusing on due diligence and stated that they would never compromise with the integrity of the programme. CIU always ensure the rigorous background checks of the applicants so that they could promote and advance the programme’s good governance agenda.
On the Sustainable Growth Fund, Michael Martin has taken several efficient steps to enhance the investment option so that the investors could fulfill their requirements properly by investing in the fund option. It was also seen that the after the introduction of the Limited Time Offer through which applicant can obtain citizenship in 60 days with the contribution of US $125,000, the demand for the alternative citizenship of St Kitts and Nevis has experienced significant surge.
The investors are looking Citizenship by Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis as a win-win solution for themselves and for their families because it provides them plethora of benefits such as diversification of their wealth and portfolio, enhancement of their business with unique investment opportunities and citizenship for life which can be passed on to next generation. The significant hike in the demand for the programme clearly shown the seriousness of the CIU and its head Michael Martin in promoting and advancing the alternative citizenship.
The appointment of Michael Martin as the head of the CIU has remained turning point for the Citizenship by Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis as he gave new tone to the programme and set a leadership standard for the investment immigration industry. From the growth of the Sustainable Growth Fund to positioning the programme as the strong base for the HNWIs, the CIU Head has not leaving any stone unturned to create the developmental path for the alternative citizenship of the twin-island Federation.
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