Basseterre, St.Kitts (July 30):- Scores of Stakeholders in the St. Kitts-Nevis Citizenship By Investment program packed the OTI Conference room to on Thursday (July 30) to begin consultation on the revamping and future upward development and enhancement of the world renowned SKN CBI Programme
Near 150 stakeholders including agents, attorneys, private sector entities, representatives from financial institutions, and representatives from related government agencies attended the consultation which began shortly after 9am .
Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris, Minister of Finance and Minister responsible for the CBI program gave opening remarks at the event.
The closed door Discussions with CBI stakeholders began shortly after PM Harris’ presentation
The CBI Consultation is the first of it’s kind in St.Kitts-Nevis and is part of the government’s committment to adopting a more collaborative approach in the overhaul and future development of the CBI program with a view to enhancing its due diligence and other aspects of the program.
Attorney General Hon. Vincent Byron described the consultation as a “major conference” where over 100 service providers, developers, and others involved in the CBI program are dialoguing.
He said they will discuss the way forward for the program to ensure its continuity.