Latitude Consultancy, our Latitude Group partner, continues its ambitious and strategic growth. Three new representatives will further expand its global footprint.
Luciana Fernandez will represent Latitude in Brazil. Her office is in the country’s largest city and financial hub, São Paulo. Lucia has worked with Latitude’s institutional partner, JTC Group, and has a deep understanding of the Latin America market. The Portugal Golden Visa Programme is one of Europe’s most attractive residency-by-investment options. It’s very popular with Brazilian clients and will be a key offering for the office. Lucia and her team will be hosting a launch event and an Investment Migration Seminar in São Paulo on November 13th, 2018.
The second new Latitude representative is Sandra Woest. Sandra operates out of Cape Town, South Africa. She brings over five years of experience in the industry. Sandra has worked closely with South African families looking to relocate or develop a sound and safe secondary residence plan. She will also be hosting a series of Investment Migration Seminars in Q1 of 2019 across South Africa.
Finally, Latitude is proud to announce the addition of Marc Menard. Marc has a wealth of experience assisting HNWIs from the Middle East with their migration plans. Based in Lebanon, Marc will work with Latitude’s Dubai office to further cement their presence in the region.
Latitude Group CEO and chairman, Eric Major, remarked on the expansion into these three markets: “We are excited to be expanding our global footprint to help meet the growing demand for our specialized services in these key markets. The three individuals are very talented and knowledgeable. They share the same set of values that Latitude embraces and instills within the company culture”.
David Regueiro, Latitude Group COO, adds: “With the addition of Luciana, Sandra, and Marc to our team, we can better serve our clients in South America, Africa, and the Middle East. In the process, we can pursue our ambitious growth strategy. We now look to 2019 for further expansion into Asia.”