At Hoxton Capital Management, we help and focus on high net worth individuals and their families, to migrate to some of the world’s most welcoming, prosperous, and safe countries through Investor Immigration Programmes. We work in tandem with financial institutions and a trusted network of internationally respected experts in immigration law to navigate and streamline the immigration process.
What programmes do we offer?
We offer a variety of citizenship and residency by investment programmes.
The United Kingdom is a state made up of the historic countries of England, Wales and Scotland, as well as Northern Ireland. It is known as the home of both modern parliamentary democracy.
The United Kingdom remains an economic and military power with great political and cultural influence around the world.
Cyprus is one of the most stunning natural environments in the world. Located in the eastern Mediterranean sea, it is framed by three different continents. The island’s ideal strategic location has shaped its history and civilization throughout the centuries. Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean and has been a member of the European Union since 2004.
St. Kitts and Nevis is a dual-island Caribbean destination offering pristine beaches and tropical landscapes. Its culture is diverse, with African, British, Carib, and French influences. It is an attractive location for owning a second home in the Caribbean, enjoying good air links to Europe and North America.
Antigua was named after Church of ‘Santa María La Antigua’. Antigua and Barbuda remains one of the most beautiful Caribbean islands with 365 beaches of clear turquoise waters, coral reefs, white beaches, lush tropical islands , a true paradise of stunning beauty. Antigua and Barbuda became an independent state from United Kingdom on 1 November 1981.
Saint Lucia is a fertile island country in the Caribbean Sea. Its closest neighbours are the islands of Martinique, to the north, and Saint Vincent, to the south-west. It was formed by volcanic activity. Its geographic features include a central ridge of mountains, many rivers and boiling sulphur springs. It is surrounded by sandy beaches.
Once the centre of the Ottoman Empire, the modern secular republic was established in the 1920s by nationalist leader Kemal Ataturk. Straddling the continents of Europe and Asia, Turkey’s strategically important location has given it major influence in the region – and control over the entrance to the Black Sea. Aegean and Mediterranean coastal areas enjoy the typical Mediterranean climate.