Antigua and Barbuda: The Number One Choice for Second Citizenship
  After considering various options to jumpstart the economy after the 2008 economic crisis, the government saw the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP) as the most effective way to bring back foreign direct investment. (01/07/2018)
What May the Trump Presidency Mean for the Future of International Financial Centres?
  Simplification of the US tax code, FATCA, De-regulation, Immigration: Alicia Nicholls discusses the various implications of US Tax Reform for IFCs. (01/12/2017)
Citizenship Case Study: Antigua & Barbuda
  Patrick Peters provides an overview of the Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship by Investment program. (01/11/2016)
Q&A: With the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Unit
  As the popularity of CIP continues to grow, we speak to Thomas Anthony, Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Citizenship by Investment Unit in Antigua to get some insight into the impact of the Programme on the country. (01/03/2016)
Case Study: The Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program
  Robert Wilkinson provides a case study showcasing the attractiveness of the Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program. (01/03/2015)
Caribbean Offshore Financial Centres: Not All Are Created Equal
  Despite criticism of IFCs and their practices in the media, Canadian FDI into Caribbean IFCs has continued at a steady pace. Dr Walid Hejazi examines the attraction of the region. (01/02/2015)
Citizenship by Investment Programmes: A Niche for Smaller Caribbean IFCs Only?
  Carlyle Rogers examines if Citizenship by Investment programmes are to remain a niche product for smaller IFCs or whether larger competitors will take notice of this lucrative sector. (01/01/2015)
The Global Citizen – The Wealth Management Opportunity
  Dominik Zunkovic considers the options available for HNWIs looking to take advantage of economic citizenship programmes. (01/10/2014)
Antigua & Barbuda: Adhering to International Standards
  Alice Roberts examines how Antigua and Barbuda continues to respond and adapt to ever changing international reguatory standards to remain one of the region's most competitive IFCs. (01/02/2014)
FATCA’s impact on Caribbean Financial Businesses on the Eve of the Final Regulations
  With FATCA looming on the horizon, David Conen, KPMG examines why Caribbean IFCs can no longer simply bury their heads and must start preparing sooner rather than later. (01/11/2012)
Antigua - Sun, Sand and Service
  Brian Stuart Young provides us with an update of recent events taking place in Antigua while highlighting a number of new opportunities for Investors in Antigua (14/12/2011)
Caribbean Review 11/12
  The Caribbean Review featuring in-depth articles, commentaries on all the latest legislative and regulatory issues facing the Caribbean, now available online and in pdf format (01/12/2011)
Antigua & Barbuda – World Class Shipping Registry
  Antigua’s rich maritime history plays an integral part in the daily life and culture of Antigua, Alice Roberts highlights Antigua as a world class location for shipping registries. (01/12/2011)
Antigua … A New Day Dawns
  Brian Stuart-Young examines how Antigua has learned from the mistakes made in the major money centres and successfully reshaped its regulatory and business operations. (22/01/2011)
Antigua: a Caribbean Centre for Commerce
  An analysis of how this Carribean centre thrived despite the gale forces of a global economic ill wind. (04/02/2010)
Antigua: a mature financial centre
  Brain Stuart-Young provides an overview of the financial services sector of the Jurisdiction. (01/05/2009)