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Dominica has been a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations since independence in 1978. Picture: SUPPLIED/CS GLOBAL PARTNERS
Dominica has been a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations since independence in 1978. Picture: SUPPLIED/CS GLOBAL PARTNERS

For close to three decades, the Commonwealth of Dominica has helped thousands of people achieve their dreams.

After launching its Citizenship by Investment Programme in 1993, the Caribbean island nation has given foreign investors and their families a chance to build legacies through business expansion and a second home in times of crisis.

This programme is an attractive proposition at a time in which a growing number of SA businesspeople are seeking to broaden their professional prospects though visa-free travel, and attain a sense of safety and security for their future.

Business Day, in partnership with CS Global Partners, hosted a virtual panel discussion about Dominica’s strengths and outlook for the future, as well as what makes it so attractive to SA investors, on February 10.

The advantages of the Citizenship by Investment Programme, its main requirements and the application process were also  explained.

Moderated by media personality Joanne Joseph, the panel included: 

  • Roosevelt Skerrit: Prime Minister of Dominica; 
  • Ambassador Emmanuel Nanthan: director of Dominica's Citizenship by Investment unit; and
  • Micha Emmett: CEO of CS Global Partners.

Watch a recording of the event now:

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