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Mc Claude Emmanuel

Mc Claude Emmanuel

CEO, CIP Saint Lucia

Meeting the demands of the modern investor, beyond the passport
Signing of Memorandum of Understanding – Brand Saint Lucia
Banking and Financial Regulatory Compliance – the crucial link in the CBI chain
Saint Lucia’s approach to the grant of citizenship by creating a VIBE
Launch of the VIBE
The value of 2nd citizenship to global citizens
Best Value Caribbean Citizenship Beyond the Passport
Efficient & Transparent Processing in the age of de-risking
Alien Landholding Process & Issuance
Investing in Saint Lucia beyond the passport
Launch of Saint Lucia Investment Portfolio
Sustainable Tourism key to Brand Saint Lucia
Investing in our sustainable development
Economic Impact through Investment Opportunities
Introduction to Brand Saint Lucia MOU
Brand Saint Lucia – Our strengthened and consolidated value offering
Due diligence and verification - A deep dive
Saint Lucia citizenship value to national development – a due diligence perspective.
Keynote Address and Official Opening

Mc Claude holds a BSc. in Economics and Business Management from the University of the West Indies and an MBA (Marketing) from King Graduate School. He is also a certified   project management professional (PMP) and business professional – marketing.

Prior to his current appointment, his former roles included Human Resources Project Officer of the St. Lucia Electricity Services Ltd; General Manager of Radio St. Lucia Company Ltd.; General Manager of McDowell Broadcasting Ltd; Marketing Manager of Cable & Wireless (St. Lucia) and most recently, Mobile Lead of Cable & Wireless (St. Lucia).

With a decade of leadership experience in marketing, strategic management, operations management and economic and financial analysis, Mc Claude brings pivotal skills and a wealth of experience necessary to innovate and enhance CIP Saint Lucia to even achieve greater success.  

Mc Claude is responsible for the overall management of the affairs of the CIP Unit comprising of fifteen staff members and monitoring the Citizenship by Investment Programme to ensure that its independence and integrity is maintained and managed in accordance with international best practice.