BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, NOVEMBER 7th, 2016 (PRESS SEC) — Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris is a keynote speaker at the Investment Immigration Summit in Hong Kong, which ran from Monday, Nov. 7 to to Tuesday, Nov. 8. He opened the Caribbean Developments segment of the summit with an official address.
Two Caribbean projects were spotlighted in that segment following Dr. Harris’ speech – both of them located in St. Kitts and Nevis. They are the Royal St. Kitts Hotel’s (the former Jack Tar’s) Vacation for Life condominium ownership program and Range Developments’ Park Hyatt St. Kitts at Christophe Harbour.
John Zuliani, President of Trans-Americainvest (St. Kitts) Limited and Owner of Royal St. Kitts Hotel, andMohammed Asaria, Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of Range Developments, presented their respective projects Royal St. Kitts Hotel and Range Developments are “investment spotlight sponsors” at the two-day Investment Immigration Summit. If you would like to make some investments then you may want to check out how to invest in index funds.
Beacon Events, a conference and exhibition organizer, held the summit in partnership with Harvey Law Group, a leading Canadian multinational immigration and business law firm. The Investment Immigration Summit provides an opportunity for property developers, immigration agents and lawyers, as well as governments around the world to have an audience with some of Asia’s high net worth individuals (HNWI), private bankers and wealth managers who are seeking investment opportunities.
In St. Kitts and Nevis, which has the oldest Citizenship-by-Investment Programme in the world, a cadre of qualified staff led by Mr. Les Khan, Chief Executive Officer of the Citizenship-by-Investment Unit (CIU), delivers a platinum service to investment opportunity seekers. This platinum service is backed by their high-level expertise in administration, anti-money laundering, immigration, international banking and marketing.
At the Investment Immigration Summit, Les Khan participated in a panel discussion chaired by Ms. Micha-Rose Emmett, Managing Director of CS Global Partners, which is a legal advisory firm that specializes in citizenship and residence solutions.
The panel discussion explored developments in the Caribbean’s Citizenship-by-Investment Programs and also included participation by the Hon. Alexandra Otway-Noel, Minister with responsibility for Citizenship-by-Investment in Grenada; Emmanuel Nanthan, Director of the Citizenship-by-Investment Unit in Dominica, and Ryan Devaux, Chairman of the Citizenship-by-Investment Board in St. Lucia.
In addition to Dr. Harris, the keynote speakers’ list for the two-day event were Prime Minister of Dominica the Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit; Global Managing Partner of Harvey Law Group, Jean-François Harvey, and Miss Universe 2005, Natalie Glebova.