New CIP ranking places Antigua at number 4 in the world


Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP) has been ranked number four in the world in the CBI Index published by the Professional Wealth Management (PWM) – a publication from the Financial Times.

The index releases yesterday had Dominica at number 1, St. Kitt and Nevis number two and Grenada at number three.

In April an index published by Henley and Partners had Antigua as the number one programme in the region.

According to the new report, Dominica remains the world’s best economic citizenship jurisdiction due to maintained high levels of timeliness and simplicity in process, an affordable investment threshold, and a robust due diligence framework.

However, critics of the programme say the calculations do not take into account any possible negative factors. They are therefore inaccurate and misleading and only serve as selling points in international CBI consultancies’ marketing programs.

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  1. So the weird boss was quick to dismiss the findings however he is quick to now embrace the projections from ECLaC that spoke about favourable GDP growth for Antigua. Remember the other day he was quick to criticize them saying they don’t know about the Antiguan economy when they had a low forecast. Talking about embracing and disregarding issues of convenience!

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