Optiva Capital Partners, Increasing Demand for Investment Immigration, Second Passports, and Citizenship

Optiva Capital Partners, a prominent wealth management firm specializing in investment immigration, reaffirms its commitment to providing access to global investment opportunities for discerning High-Net-worth Individuals (HNIs) in Nigeria, as part of its mission to support wealth growth.

During an interactive session with the media, Ms. Jane Kimemia, Managing Director/CEO of Optiva Capital Partners, highlighted the growing interest in investment immigration, second passports, second citizenship, and permanent residency among savvy Nigerian investors who recognize the global advantages these opportunities offer.

She explained, “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.”

Kimemia emphasized that Nigerians, known for their global outlook, seek opportunities on a global scale to meet various needs, including their children’s education, healthcare, access to diverse economies and markets for expanding their trade and businesses.

Optiva Capital Partners aims to help clients save on expenses they would have incurred anyway. Through second citizenship programs, the company assists discerning Nigerians in conserving foreign exchange by paying a fraction of what non-citizens would spend on education, healthcare, property, and other social benefits.

Kimemia highlighted that second citizenship through Citizenship By Investment (CBI) or participation in government-designated programs in exchange for permanent residency not only grants global access but also serves as a wise investment and savings avenue.

She further explained that their investment immigration services primarily target High Networth Individuals (HNIs) due to the substantial value they seek. For clients considering permanent residency or investing in programs, such as those in Canada, the cost-effectiveness is evident, as their children’s education in a top-tier university would cost $6,000 annually for a Bachelor’s degree program, compared to international students who might pay around $60,000 per year.

Optiva Capital Partners aims to provide premium investment immigration services that protect, grow, enhance, and diversify the wealth of their HNI clientele. To achieve this, the company has strategically established seventeen branches across Nigeria, including Lagos, Enugu, Port Harcourt, Warri, Kano, Abuja, and Onitsha, ensuring that they are easily accessible to their clients.

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