Michael Martin- the Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kits and Nevis is on drive to strengthening the longest-running programme. He is working hard to maintain the standards of the programme among the investors.
Michael Martin is planning to strengthen its due diligence to improve the quality of the Citizenship by Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis. With his innovative ideas, St Kitts and Nevis has ranked “World’s No 1” CBI Programme in 2023 CBI Index.
Featured in the Financial Times, St Kitts and Nevis topped the three pillars of excellence with a perfect score of 10. It secured nine scores in pillar of excellence in the CBI Index 2023 which is minimum investment outlay.
St Kitts and Nevis secured a perfect 10 scores in Due Diligence pillar and stood at the first position. The country retained its top position in the due diligence pillar with the score of 10.
The Federation secured first rank from the previous year due to the CIU’s changes made as part of a rapid implementation of the ‘Six Principles’, which include mandatory interviews and measures to stop financial irregularities in the real estate option to safeguard the Programme’s reputation.
Michael Martin has positioned St Kitts and Nevis one of the perfect choices for the investment. It offers numerous benefits to the investors such as business opportunities, secure future and portfolio diversification.
Recently, the Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kitts and Nevis replaced the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) with Sustainable Island State Contribution. He said that with a new investment option, the government of St Kitts and Nevis focuses on becoming the Sustainable Island state.
With the new investment option, the CIU has maintained the position of the Citizenship by Investment Programme in the investment migration industry. It has become one of the ideal destinations for the investors across the globe.