Prospus, and our new partner Lelogix, will be sending a delegation to The Caribbean Investment Summit 2018 in St. Kitts & Nevis, where we will host a panel on disruptive technologies and the effects they will have on Citizenship By Investment (CBI) opportunities in Caribbean countries. The event takes place between May 16-18th this year.
The Caribbean Investment Summit is held annually with the purpose of discussing issues relevant to the CBI industry. The participants include the five Caribbean CBI jurisdictions and a host of other key players within the industry. This year, the event is hosted in St. Kitts & Nevis, and it has the theme of “Unity in the Age of Division: Emerging Trends of CIPs in an Uncertain World”.
The summit will cover several topics meant to distribute insider knowledge and help participants connect with other industry leaders, pioneers and global authorities on CBI. The list of topics will cover: banking, blockchain initiatives, transparency and confidentiality, governance, the economy, and the infrastructure as it relates to investment.
Among the list of speakers and panelists, will be Dr. The Hon. Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Ambassador Emanuel Nanthan, director of CIU Dominica, Kaisha Ince, CEO of CBIC Grenada, Bashar Daoud, managing director at Bluemina Citizenship & Immigration, Heyrick Bond Gunning, CEO at S-RM, and Jeffrey Tucker, editorial director for the American Institute for Economic Research.
Our new partner, Lelogix owns the CAMS software, which operates the CBI for St. Kitts & Nevis. By participating in this event, we hope to gain exposure to the lucrative CBI market and various other emerging markets in the Caribbean. We are also looking forward to meeting the various participants at CIS 2018, and we hope to form lucrative relationships going forward.