Mc Claude Emmanuel works to reposition Saint Lucia CIP worldwide


Saint Lucia: The Citizenship by Investment Programme of Saint Lucia has been seeing repositioning under the leadership and guidance of the CEO of the Citizenship by investment unit – Mc Claude Emmanuel. CEO has been focusing on making the programme more effective and efficient for locals of the nation and high-net-worth individuals and potential stakeholders.

CEO Emmanuel has been taking bold and strong initiatives to offer the best to investors interested in the alternative citizenship of Saint Lucia. He has always made sure that investors, HNWIs and potential clients can fulfil their goals, including travelling to the world, opening doors for various business opportunities and planning their life after retirement.


The number of investors coming to the shores of the beautiful Caribbean island of Saint Lucia has increased under the leadership of CEO Emmanuel. The island country provides a mesmerising escape to the people from a boring and hectic lifestyle.

Along with this, the programme is well-known for providing an efficient plan after their retirement.

While addressing an event, the CEO of the Citizenship by Investment Programme of Saint Lucia mentioned that the team has been working tirelessly to maintain the standards of the unit and make it a perfect choice for high-net-worth individuals. Emmanuel has also emphasised that Saint Lucia has been seeing consistent economic growth and becoming a stable and secure platform for business purposes.

Further, he added that the programme is so efficient that it would offer growth and development to the businesses of the investors and high-net-worth individuals. Emmanuel has also assured that he and his team will be working days and nights to make it easy for entrepreneurs to do business, assisting them to connect to the world.

Besides this, while focusing on the development of Saint Lucia and its people, CEO Mc Claude has also highlighted that the programme acts as a primary assistance for the growth of the economy and GDP of the nation. He highlighted that the funds contribute to the construction and rehabilitation of infrastructure, including highways, bridges, schools and hospitals.

In addition to this, CEO Emmanuel has also elaborated on the importance of the National Economic Fund, which is known as the Fund Option.


Under the leadership of Mc Claude Emmanuel, CIP of Saint Lucia has been touching new heights and is positioning itself as efficient alternative citizenship to investors in the investment mobility industry.

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