Nevis Hosts Financial Services Conference at EXPO 2020 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Saint Kitts Gazette
Naples associate Jonathan Gopman was a keynote speaker at the Nevis Financial Services Conference on the benefits of international trading companies, limited liability companies and international trusts on the island. The conference showcased Nevis as a promising investment destination offering products and services for opportunities in financial and estate planning.
Other keynote speakers included the Hon. Mark Brantley, Premier of Nevis and Minister of Finance in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA); Heidi Lynn-Sutton, regulator at the Nevis branch of the Financial Services Regulatory Commission; Colin Dore, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Finance of the NIA, and Adhar Srivastava, CEO of the International Merchant Bank.
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CHARLESTOWN, Nevis, November 16, 2021 (Nevis Island Administration) – The Island of Nevis has been touted as a promising investment destination offering products and services to expand financial and estate planning opportunities, during Expo 2020 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Nevis Financial Services Industry, in conjunction with the Island of Nevis Administration (NIA), hosted the Nevis Financial Services Conference today, November 16, 2021. The hybrid event was held in the Abu Dhabi Hall at the Dubai Exhibition and seen both in person and in virtual participation.
The keynote speakers for the event were the Hon. Mark Brantley, Premier of Nevis and Minister of Finance for the NIA; Ms. Heidi-Lynn Sutton, Regulator at the Financial Services Regulatory Commission – Nevis Branch; Mr. Colin Dore, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Finance of the NIA; Mr. Jonathan Gopman, partner at Nelson Mullins, an American law firm; and Mr. Adhar Srivastava, Managing Director of the International Merchant Bank.
During the conference, financial experts promoted the products and services available from the Nevis financial industry to potential investors who may be interested in securing and expanding their business portfolio in Nevis.
Premier Brantley spoke about the political stability of Nevis’ economy while Ms Sutton highlighted the regulatory and oversight role of the Commission in ensuring safe compliance with legislative and international standards.
Mr. Srivastava, who has decades of experience in global trade finance and banking, shared his vision for advancing the global sustainable finance agenda. Mr. Gopman spoke about the benefits of international trading companies, limited liability companies and international trusts in Nevis.
According to Mr. Dore, the conference provided potential investors and businesses with first-hand insight to effectively plan and implement sound business and financial decisions regarding Nevis’ financial services industry.