News

Montserrat Eyes Diaspora for Investment

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - May 22, 2012

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Montserrat has completed the first phase of a project aimed at gauging the interest of the island’s diaspora in potential investments.

The project was initiated by the government as what it called an “initial step” in assessing the Diaspora as a potential source of investment for the development of the new town and port in Little Bay and Carr’s Bay.

The project is being headed by Leon Isaacs, head of Developing Markets Associates, Ltd, along with the firm’s research manager, Nana Yaa Boakye-Adjei.

Over the past five years, DMA has worked on a series of research projects for government and multilateral organizations, including the World Bank, the UK’s DFID and the European Commission.

Last week, DMA consultants met with nationals who have returned to the island in the past 10 years.

The project will also include a promotional campaign to target Montserrat nationals in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and the Caribbean to engage and respond.

While the primary purpose of the survey is investment, questions will also explore the members of the Diaspora’s interest in returning to live, visiting, or offering philanthropic services to the island.

Popular Posts cape santa maria

From Anguilla to Aruba, the Best Caribbean Beaches to Visit This Summer

Forget the Hamptons, forget Santorini. And Florida? There’s a reason snowbirds go home in the summer. If you’re looking for a summertime beach getaway, the Caribbean is it. The water is deliciously warm, the trade winds keep you cool and […]


From Belize to Grenada, 10 Little Caribbean Beach Resorts to Visit Right Now 

karibuni

There are different resorts for different vacations, different tastes, different moods. For some, there’s something delicious about a pint-sized, tiny Caribbean resort, where the emphasis is on the intimate, the serene. Where the soundtrack isn’t a piped-in DJ set, but […]


American Airlines Adding More Flights as Cayman Islands Travel Demand Surges

american airlines beach with brush and blue sky

As part of a continued push to the Caribbean for the upcoming winter, American Airlines is adding another daily nonstop route, Caribbean Journal has learned.  American Airlines is transitioning to daily nonstop service between Dallas-Fort Worth and Grand Cayman in […]


Related Posts montserrat music studio

New Film Looks at Legendary Music Studio in Montserrat

It was one of the most legendary studios in the world at the time: AIR Studios Montserrat, built by Beatles producer Sir George Martin in 1979.  It was the birthplace of a multitude of mega hits, hosting luminaries like Paul […]


How to Live in the Caribbean for a Year

anguilla travel portal

For travel writers like me, popping open a laptop to work on a Caribbean beach is a familiar occupational hazard. But amid the pandemic, having to work while you’re in paradise seems like a small price to pay to escape […]


Hotels, Film Projects Driving New Investment in Nevis

nevis investment

By Joe Pike, Special Contributor Caribbean Journal Invest (CJI) recently chatted with Nevis Tourism Minister Mark Brantley about why the destination is one investors should consider both during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. “Nevis offers a very welcoming environment of […]


SUBSCRIBE!

Sign up for Caribbean Journal's free newsletter for a daily dose of beaches, hotels, rum and the best Caribbean travel information on the net.


No. Thank You