Arton Capital opens their newest office in St. John’s, Antigua with a dedicated team on ground to facilitate processing and strengthen government relationships.
Guests held a glass of sparkling champagne in one hand and a delectable dessert in the other, during the opening of Arton Capital’s convenient office in St. John’s. Dressed sharply in black and navy blue, the team greeted the many guests that crowded the new space in true Arton style. From local agents of Maginley & James, the Chairman of the CIP Board, Prime Minister Gaston Browne, and even Governor General Sir Rodney Williams; the office space entertained and received everyone in absolute delight.
The Antigua office is home to Cassie Walker, the Caribbean Program Director, Processing Officer, Alison Briggs, with support from Tamara Karam based out of Dominica, as well as Elisabeth Makhoul who is responsible for Marketing and Government Relations in the Caribbean region. In continuation to Arton’s ongoing efforts to streamline and improve overseas operations, the Antigua office will offer additional support to Arton’s Relationship Managers, and ensure that processing is seamlessly conducted without any necessary delay.
The largest of the English-speaking Leeward Islands not only attracts visitors with its mesmerizing beaches and sunny climate, but with its unique opportunities as well. From prime real estate, to superior standards of education, increased global mobility, and tax optimization, Antigua and Barbuda allow investors to reap exclusive benefits within three to four months. As Arton’s presence within the region continues to strengthen, their relationship and communication with the Antigua and Barbuda CIP Unit is further empowered, allowing the program to mature and prosper even further.
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