Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis and Saint Lucia attend two day IREX Residency and Citizenship Conclave in Delhi

The 12th Edition of the IREX Residency and Citizenship Conclave was hosted at the La Meridian. Top Caribbean Jurisdictions attended the event, which was hosted in Delhi, the capital city of India, for two days.

The 12th Edition of the IREX Residency and Citizenship Conclave was hosted at the La Meridian. Top Caribbean Jurisdictions attended the event, which was hosted in Delhi, the capital city of India, for two days. The Caribbean country in attendance at the two-day event, on September 9-10, 2022, reached there to showcase the Citizenship By Investment Programmes offered by them.
The Island Nations of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Twin Island Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, and Saint Lucia were represented by the best experts in the field of immigration and residency during the event.
Potential investors were given a chance to understand the investment opportunities provided by the different countries. The representatives of the Small Island Nations ensured that the investors were well equipped to make informed decisions about utilizing their funds in the countries that best suit their interests.
CS Global Partners, a leading government advisory firm recognized for its experience and specialization in citizenship and residency solutions, represented three Caribbean nations at the two-day Conclave.
According to the CBI Index of 2022, Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis and Saint Lucia’s Citizenship By Investment programmes were ranked in the top three spots for the wide variety of investment opportunities and options made available by the three countries to the investors.
Investing in any of these countries offers investors from across the globe a gateway to access the world’s most important business hubs, stable currencies, quality education and health facilities. Investing in these nations’ Citizenship programmes opens doors to new entrepreneurial options, thanks to abundant global financial opportunities.
Dual Citizenship options provided by the Caribbean nations can expose potential investors to the possibility of fulfilling dreams of business expansion on an international scale and making connections to take your business to the next level.
A wide variety of clientele from all over the world, including entrepreneurs, bankers, chartered accountants, wealth managers and financial experts, attended the 12th Edition IREX Conclave. Further, global residency and citizenship consultants, legal consultants, government bodies, property developers and other stakeholders also participated in the Conclave, which allowed them to connect to a number of potential clients and investors.
The two-day event hosted in the second week of September allowed immigration experts to present various international residency and citizenship programmes which are offered by different countries to the potential clientele. The International immigration experts could also engage in one-on-one interactions at their respective booths in the exhibition hall throughout the day. The exchange and interaction took place from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM on the first day. On Day 2, The interactions spanned from 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM.
IREX is hosted annually and presents High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) who plan to invest in alternative citizenships, real estate and premium luxury properties with investment opportunities so that they can plan their finances in a better way.
The annual event attracts HNWIs from over 25 countries such as Australia, Canada, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Greece, Ireland, Malta, Montenegro, Portugal, Saint Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States and more.
During the two-day event, Immigration experts helped High Net Worth Individuals who seek to invest in alternative citizenship by investments to make the right and informed decision to manage their finances while navigating the abundance of opportunities offered by the individual countries.
Caribbean Nations, St Kitts and Nevis, Dominica and St Lucia offer their clients the opportunity to obtain citizenship by investing and diversifying their portfolio by contributing to the local economy.
Over the last decade,  the investors have predominantly been motivated to invest in the Citizenship by Investment Programmes offered by the Caribbean Regions and the rest of the world, attracted by Freedom of Movement, Tax benefits, and better lifestyle factors such as better education opportunities.
Investors interested in applying for the Citizenship by Investment Programme of Dominica can contribute to the Economic Diversification Fund and Real Estate. The former supports private and public projects within the country. On the other hand, the latter entails Investment in approved real estate projects.
The federation of St Kitts and Nevis offers a wide variety of CBI options, such as the Sustainable Growth Fund. This option focuses on the aspect of public and private real estate development.
Major investments in St Lucia include the National Economic Fund Investment and real estate, amongst others. Diversified investment options are advantageous because it enables investors to select suitable investments that align with their risk appetite.
India is known for being the country with the largest immigrant population in the world. Many High Net Worth Indians actively seek foreign residency and citizenship opportunities.
The IREX Residency and Citizenship Conclave serves as a highly suitable meeting platform. Year after year, the Conclave has brought international citizenship consultants face to face with prominent individuals and corporate investors, real estate agents, property marketing companies and professionals from all over India.
CS Global Partners works in close association with the governments of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Saint Lucia and St Kitts and Nevis and assists them in increasing their Foreign Direct Investment and developing and promoting their offers to generate inclusive wealth for their country and people while growing their global presence by ensuring the integrity and longevity of their CBI programmes. The revenues generated by the CBI Programmes are highly significant in meeting the developmental goals and aspirations of these Small Island Developing States.
CS Global Partners prides itself on being a global specialist in residency and citizenship by Investment (CBI) solutions. It is one of the most prominent participants of the IREX Residency and Citizenship Conclave this year. Together with the three island nations, they look forward to hosting attendees at their stands and showcasing the unique benefits they have to offer investors.

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