We have a strategy of building a strong company that will serve investors and developers to the highest standard. To achive this goal we are building a strong supervisory board that can guide us during our growth and advice on quality improvements. All our board members have a proven track record and are the best in their field.
Chisanga Chekwe became Chief Executive Officer of the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Unit on May 23, 2016. Before that he served as Deputy Minister of the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship Immigration and International Trade. He was also Deputy Minister Responsible for Women’s Issues and Seniors’ Affairs. Chisanga was previously Chair of the Social Benefits Tribunal. He spent a year in Zambia on a leave of absence from the Ontario Public Service, working as Country Manager for First Quantum Minerals, with responsibilities for government liaison, negotiations and policy development. In 1998, he became the founding Chair and CEO of the Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal. His experience also includes several senior positions with Canadian and international organizations, including the Ontario Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, Meridien International Bank, England, and the law firm of Lloyd Jones & Collins, Zambia. Chisanga studied law at the University of Birmingham in England. A Rhodes Scholar, he received a Master of Laws degree from the University of London, and B.A. and M.A. degrees in philosophy, politics and economics from the University of Oxford. Chisanga completed the Directors’ Education Programme at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, obtaining the professional ICD.D designation granted by the Institute of Corporate Directors. In 1994 Chisanga served as a United Nations Observer and Adjudication Officer to the historic South African election that brought Nelson Mandela to power. Two years later he served as supervisor of the election in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Chisanga is the author of An Election to Remember and Getting Zambia to Work. He has also published papers ranging from the Law of the Sea to Afro Maltese Relations to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.