The Commonwealth of Dominica has been ranked as the best Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme in the sixth edition of the CBI Index.
Released this week, the CBI Index is published by the Financial Times’ Professional Wealth Management magazine. The in-depth report is a comprehensive ranking system that compares operational CBI programmes. It examines and evaluates economic citizenship programmes offered by various countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe and Oceania.
“It is Dominica’s sixth consecutive year sitting atop the overall rankings, and it once again maintains a perfect score of 10 in six of the nine pillars under assessment,” researcher, James McKay said in the report.
Prime Minister Dr the Hon Roosevelt Skerrit welcomed the news from the CBI Index and said that “we are honoured that our citizenship by investment programme has been recognised as the best for the sixth consecutive year.”
Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment Programme finished with an overall percentage score of 90% and received perfect scores in six out of the nine pillars.