IMA Grenada announces new pricing structure for CBI programme

IMA Grenada announces new pricing structure for CBI programme

The Investment Migration Agency Grenada (IMA Grenada) has announced that effective July 1, 2024, a new price structure will be implemented, aligning with standardised rates across the OECS for Citizenship by Investment Programmes. 

This follows the mobilisation of the recent Memorandum of Agreement among the Member States of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).  

Under the new framework, the minimum investment requirement for the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme will become US$235,000. This adjustment brings Grenada in line with the other OECS member states, ensuring uniformity and marks the conclusion of an era of downward spiral price competition.  

Thomas Anthony, CEO of the Investment Migration Agency Grenada, expressed enthusiasm about the changes: “This groundbreaking agreement between the five governments signals an end to the race-to-the-bottom era which persisted for far too long and sets the foundation necessary for harmonisation across all Citizenship by Investment Programmes in the Region.

We will continue to do the necessary work to further strengthen Grenada’s and the Region’s governance infrastructure. This effort is critical to secure the longevity of the Programmes and continuing appeal to global investors, while maintaining the high standards of integrity and due diligence.”  

In addition to the pricing adjustment, the Memorandum of Agreement seeks to standardise marketing practices, due diligence standards across all OECS Programmes, and the creation of a Regional regulatory framework.  

This initiative is expected to enhance transparency and accountability, further solidifying the region’s reputation as a leader in the investment migration industry. 

  • PublishedJune 28, 2024