The Investment Migration Council Appoints Additional Governing Board and Advisory Committee Members

Geneva, 17 August 2017


The Investment Migration Council (IMC), the worldwide association for Investor Migration and Citizenship-by-Investment, has today announced the appointment of additional members to serve on its Governing Board and Advisory Committee.

The new appointees include:

  • Nadine Goldfoot, Partner, Fragomen LLP, UK (Governing Board)
  • Ronald Klasko, Managing Partner, Klasko Immigration Law Partners, USA (Governing Board)
  • Alexander Varnavas, Attorney-at-Law, Varnavas Law Firm, Greece (Advisory Committee)
  • Inigo Lecanda Crooke, Attorney-at-Law, Lecanda Immigration & Nationality Law, Spain (Advisory Committee)
  • Michael Frendo, Managing Director, Frendo Advisory, Malta (Advisory Committee)
  • Edward Beshara, Founder & Managing Partner, Beshara Global Migration Law Firm, USA (Advisory Committee)

In welcoming the new members, Bruno L’ecuyer, IMC Chief Executive, commented “The IMC continues to focus on setting the global standard for the industry and as a result, has attracted the most respected industry experts to provide un-paralleled guidance.”  He goes on to say “These key additions will further strengthen the organisation’s mission to establish the highest international best practice levels of professionalism in relation to Residency and Citizenship-by-Investment worldwide.”

IMC Chairman Prof Dr Dimitry Kochenov commented: “The IMC has already firmly established itself as the go-to organisation for Governments, Academia and Professionals who seek un-biased information and services. Trust and reliability are essential ingredients the IMC adheres to, which is why the Board and Committee continue to include additional distinguished individuals from the global investment migration field.”

Newly appointed Governing Board member, Nadine Goldfoot, commented that it was natural for the Council to strengthen its structure by appointing a broader group of individuals, even better reflecting the Councils’ membership base which has grown significantly in the last three years particularly, in the USA, Caribbean and Asia.

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