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Optiva Capital restates commitment to support Nigerians

Consistent with its drive to support Nigerians in growing their wealth, leading investment immigration wealth management firm, Optiva Capital Partners has restated its commitment to…

Consistent with its drive to support Nigerians in growing their wealth, leading investment immigration wealth management firm, Optiva Capital Partners has restated its commitment to facilitate access to global investment opportunities for discerning net-worth individuals (HNIs).

At an interactive session with the media, the Managing Director/CEO of Optiva Capital Partners, Ms. Jane Kimemia stated that there is currently an increased incentive for investment immigration, second passport, second citizenship, or permanent residency, for investment-savvy Nigerians who recognise that these provide global access to boundless opportunities.

According to her: “Our clients are established Nigerians, they are in business, they are executives, so they are very comfortable, but they are looking for global access and acceptance.” 

Ms. Kimemia further stated that Nigerians being the most global of Africans seek global opportunities to meet the need for their children’s education, healthcare, and access to more economies and markets to expand their trade and business. 

According to her, “at Optiva Capital Partners, we are helping our clients to save on what they would have been spending anyway.” Ms. Kimemia explained that through second citizenship, Optiva Capital assists discerning Nigerians to save scarce foreign exchange because they pay a fraction of what non-citizens pay for education, healthcare, and property, amongst other social benefits. 

 

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