DUBAI, UAE, March 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ –On Wednesday 9th March 2016, Dr. the Honorable Timothy Harris Prime Minister of St. Kitts & Nevis, in conjunction with Savory & Partners, addressed a private audience of prominent Middle East CEOs at the Capital Club, the exclusive private members club in DIFC, Dubai.
Top Government representatives from several Caribbean countries with Citizenship by Investment (CBI) programs were in attendance including The Hon Alexandra Otway-Noel MP, Minister of Implementation for Grenada, Ms. Josephine Huggins, Cabinet Secretary of St. Kitts and Nevis, Ms. Elsa Wilkin-Armbrister, Deputy Consul General of the Consulate of St Kitts and Nevis in Dubai, UAE, and Mr. David Holukoff, chairman of the Grenada CBI committee.
Prime Minister Harris spoke passionately of his country’s identity and heritage, impressive economic growth figures and the growing tourism sector. Positive changes to the St. Kitts & Nevis CBI Program since Dr. The Honourable Harris’s appointment include a new citizen case management team which will allow for the faster processing of applications and a thorough and robust due diligence process allowing clients to have continuous updates on the process of their applications. St Kitts & Nevis has now been granted visa free travel to Brazil with more countries to follow. With other similar CBI and Residency by Investment (RBI) programs launching in recent years, the St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program remains the oldest of its kind in the world today.
For the Government of Grenada, The Honourable Otway-Noel praised her country’s fast growing Grenada CBI Program and its benefits to both the country and citizens alike. She spoke highly of the culturally vibrant community, exceptionally low crime rate, beautiful harbors and beaches and forthcoming real estate projects, all of which underpin Grenada’s strong evolution towards becoming a key Caribbean tourist destination.
Guests at the exclusive invitation only event were also fortunate to learn of exciting new real estate developments from several of the key real estate developers from the Caribbean and Europe including Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Kitts – A Pelican Bay Development, Tranquility Beach Dominica by Curio – A collection by Hilton, and the One Tower by Pafilia in Cyprus.
Sponsoring the event, Savory & Partners, a British owned and managed Citizenship and Residency by Investment Company headquartered in Dubai, invited applicants, naturalized citizens and other interested parties to learn and engage on the benefits of Citizenship by real estate investment.
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Nonetheless, with demand for such dual citizenship programs on the rise, Savory & Partners assists clients to obtain a second passport and residency through experience, service and trust to ensure their clients a successful application.
SOURCE Savory & Partners