Bringing Transparency and Fair Pricing to the Vanuatu DSP

Since its inception in January 2017, the Vanuatu Development Support Program (DSP) has gained major momentum in the CBI space, attracting denizens from across the world thanks to competitive pricing and tremendous tax benefits.

As the world’s eyes turn towards this Pacific Island nation, one of the few success stories emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, there is concern about the level of transparency afforded to clients prospecting this program.

It is this very facet of the Vanuatu DSP program that Vancis Capital, authorized by the Government of Vanuatu, aims to address with the expansion of its offices into Dubai, one of the fastest-growing CBI markets in the world.

Headquartered in Port Vila, Vanuatu, Vancis Capital is jointly owned by Kalwatman Tom (Ni-Vanuatu citizen and founder), and is managed in Dubai by Dwayne Chauhan (Managing Director). With the opening of its new branch office in Dubai Marina, Vancis Capital is expanding its B2B business into the MENA region and Europe, partnering with established CBI firms and finding prospective partners among new CBI promoters across the world.

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