January 21, 2016 marked the end of the NTL Caribbean Citizenship Summit held in Antigua, St. Kitts & Nevis, Grenada and St. Lucia, which recruited more than 50 attendees from 12 different countries, gathered major players in the Citizenship by Investment industry, and aroused great interest among offshore and immigration professionals.
Lawyers, financial consultants, wealth managers, immigration agents, and individual investors had the unique opportunity to discuss developments in global markets concentrating on the new schemes and changes to the Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CIP) offered in the Caribbean.
NTL’s approach to Citizenship Summits is vastly different than most firms in that we offer a one-of-a-kind ‘boots on the ground’ opportunity for guests with a chance to learn more about second citizenships, international asset protection and wealth planning, tour the latest Real Estate Approved Projects for Citizenship… all the while enjoying an idyllic Caribbean experience.
Speakers at the Summit included representatives from all Caribbean Citizenship Programmes; the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Honourable Gaston Browne; Prime Minister of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, Honourable Timothy Harris; Primer of Nevis Island, Honourable Vance Amory; and Mr. Thomas Anthony and David Holukoff, leaders of the Antigua and Grenada Citizenship Programmes, respectively.
“We provide important information to unanswered questions and show the distinctive flavours of the Caribbean as it is; each island has an active and involved Government, specialized real estate options with rising market conditions and trends, and the local lifestyle can’t be beat,” said Robert Martin, NTL Immigration Director. “The event was very successful, and we know how to make the next one even more useful and individualized. The West Indies has a vast array of opportunities to offer professionals in immigration and offshore industries, as well as HNWI from all over the globe. “