The head of the Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kitts and Nevis, Michael Martin has been making several strides in taking the Citizenship by Investment Programme of the country to the next level. It is one of the oldest running Citizenship by Investment Programmes in the world and was among the front runners of the Investment Migration industry.
Martin is responsible for retaining the prestine reputation for the first ever Citizenship by Investment Programme in the industry. He has taken this mandate very seriously. He has been working with his team for the last few months to strengthen the programme to cater to the needs and requirements of their prospective investors.
From the perspective of most diserning investors, they are continually looking for opportunities to expand and grow their business. They are also seeking options to take it beyond the scope of a single country. For many a investor, it is also important to ascertain that the future of their loved ones and family is secure. With diligent efforts in this direction, Martin has introduced several evolutions to the St Kitts and Nevis CBI Programme. These evolutions allow the programme to meet the most crucial demands of the HNWIs.
With the recent developments, Martin ensures that the needs of the investors are kept at a priority. The HNWIs are finding themselves being attracted to the world’s first and finest Citizenship by Investment Programme. The major reason for this shift in demand is that the programme under Michael Martin received a much-needed revival.
Currently, it stands more in-line with the needs of the modern discerning investors. Accordingly, the investors are able to find a profitable and secure investment option. St Kitts and Nevis is the right choice for the investors to diversify their portfolio. At the same time, they can ensure the safety and security of thier family and future generations
Martin and his team at the CIU have also transformed the programme for the better. Accordingly, it is now a better and stronger version of itself. The programme is also more suited to its position as an industry leader. The credit for retaining the quality and reputation of the St Kitts and Nevis CBI also falls to Michael Martin and his team.