Citizenship diversification, just like asset diversification, can ensure that the onuses of citizenship never outweigh the advantages.
As countries disaffiliate themselves from international organisations, embrace isolationist policies, and begin to close themselves to global trade and connectivity, what rights citizenship may truly entail becomes less clear.
For many, a second citizenship by investment can represent freedom, safety and wellbeing.
One of the core attributes of citizenship by investment programmes is their aptitude for openness – allowing individuals to obtain dual nationality without needing to demonstrate ancestral ties to a host country, or family connections with current citizens.
The Republic of Cyprus has established a number of incentives to attract foreign direct investment into the country.
One of these is The Naturalisation by Exception Programme, which grants full Cypriot citizenship to those that invest in a CySEC licenced and regulated investment fund.
In this respect, we are pleased to announce Saratoga Capital Cyprus Investment Fund 1 (SCCI-1), which will be a highly focused investment fund designed to meet all of the requirements pursuant to the Cypriot Naturalization by Exception Programme.
SCCI-1 will allow a participating shareholder to not only obtain Cypriot naturalisation but also a rate of return.
We believe that successful growth over the long-term fosters opportunities.
Protecting and enhancing wealth is key.