Appointment of Bruno L’ecuyer as its first Chief Executive Officer

October 2014

The Geneva-based Investment Migration Council (IMC), which is the worldwide association representing professionals from the investment migration and the citizenship-by-investment industry, has announced the appointment of Bruno L’ecuyer as its first Chief Executive Officer.

L’ecuyer will lead the secretariat reporting to the Governing Board and will be responsible for all IMC operations. Based in the newly established IMC offices in Malta, he will lead the formulation and achievement of the IMC’s mission, strategy and goals, in close collaboration with the Board.

“As the IMC enters the next phase of growth, the appointment of L’ecuyer to this key role will be pivotal in driving forward our strategic initiatives including setting standards on a global level, interacting with other professional associations, governments and international organisations.” said Prof Dr. Dimitry Kochenov, the Chairman of the IMC Board.

L’ecuyer commented, “A professional body is only successful when it truly represents and engages with its stakeholders. I am looking forward to working with my fellow Board, our members and the wider profession, governments and stakeholders to ensure that the IMC not only responds to the industry’s needs but actively leads it. Additionally, I am delighted that we will be setting up our secretariat office in Malta, which is a true testament to the attractiveness Malta has as an international business centre of quality”.

The IMC sets the standards on a global level and interacts with other professional associations, governments and international organisations in relation to investment migration. Furthermore, the organisation aims to help improving public understanding of the issues faced by clients and governments in this area, promote education and demand the highest professional standards and ethics among its members.

Before taking up this prestigious post at the IMC, L’ecuyer was the Head of Business Development at FinanceMalta the public private partnership set up to promote Malta’s financial services sector. He brings extensive expertise and experience in the management and expansion of a professional services association.

Further information on the Council’s structure, membership and governance may be found at

The Investment Migration Council

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