Apex Capital Partners supports Dominica’s CHANCES

Dominica-based financial advisory firm donates to local residential home that provides children and young adults in need of shelter and guidance



Apex Capital Partners, a boutique financial advisory firm specializing in advising international individuals and governments on Citizenship by Investment Programs (CIPs), today announced that the Company has donated EC$10,000.00 to CHANCES, a government-owned residential home providing emergency shelter for children and young adults in Dominica.


CHANCES offers children ranging from birth to 18 years old with 24/7 guidance and supervision, including emergency shelter and protection when needed. At CHANCES, children are provided with a safe environment, an education and the ability to participate in social and cultural activities.


“Especially during these uncertain and trying times, it’s a part of our responsibility to be good corporate citizens and provide support to those who need it the most. Our goal is to support the children of Dominica as much as we can and provide them with hope that there are better days ahead,” said Mrs. Lucina Bruno Greenaway, Managing Partner of Apex Capital Partners.


Apex Capital Partners is passionate about lending a hand to those in need. Amid a holiday season and end to a difficult year filled with challenges and uncertainty, the Company believes there is no better time than now to give back to the community.


Mrs. Bruno Greenaway said “While it is typically our responsibility to work with international partners to drive foreign investment into countries like Dominica, we also understand the importance of supporting and empowering our citizens who face challenges much different than our own,”. She continued, “It’s critical that we do our part to help our community and make a difference in the lives of these children, which in turn will enrich their families and the country as a whole for generations to come.”


Ms. Telemacque – Counselor and Social Worker expressed gratitude on behalf of management, staff and residents of CHANCES and indicated that the donation will surely assist in many ways.


About Apex Capital Partners


Apex Capital Partners is a full-service advisory firm specializing in investment consulting and wealth management for a multinational, high-net-worth clientele. APEX provides services with end-to-end execution in areas such as second citizenship and immigration, wealth and asset management, financial services, and international real estate sale and development.

For more than two decades, APEX consultants have guided affluent individuals and their families through the complexities of foreign investing, and of obtaining second citizenship and residency. The APEX team also advises governments in establishing Citizenship by Investment programs, and provides support services to financial institutions, law firms, and family offices representing the interests of investors.

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  1. Russian
    December 31, 2020

    When is Ambassador Katz going to bring benefits from all the millions he is making using Dominica name in Russia.

    That is PEANUTS !!!


  2. Linclown
    December 30, 2020

    That is the way to go.Wait for those UWP crooks,vagabonds,traitors and habitual criminals NEGATIVE comments.Viewsexpressed and Ibo France,HATERS of the majority of Dominicans.EVIL and WICKED.

  3. Michelangelo
    December 30, 2020

    Financial advisory firm? Let’s call the child by it’s proper name: Passport Sellers. You see, they make huge profits on a commodity that belongs to the state and not the government of Dominica and then they make a small donation and come on here and blow their trumpet!

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