La Vida has made the Financial Times listing of Europe’s Top 1000 Fastest Growing Companies for the second year running in 2021.

The Financial Times partnered with Statista to compile a list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies, covering a range of business sectors such as technology, healthcare, finance, e-commerce, consultancy and many more. Following months of research, due diligence and intensive database analysis the FT and Statista narrowed down the final list of companies based on those that achieved the highest annual growth rate in revenue between 2016 and 2019.

Paul Williams, CEO of La Vida expressed his gratitude to all the staff and business partners of La Vida, “It is a tribute to everyone connected with the La Vida brand including our staff and partners worldwide who have worked hard and contributed to our continuing growth. Investment Migration has shown strong growth as a sector for a number of years but La Vida has excelled beyond the sector growth gaining increasing market share throughout all the territories in which we operate.”

La Vida recently celebrated achieving active clients in 100 countries worldwide and has seen increasing demand throughout 2020 and a strong start to 2021 despite the impact of Covid.

FT1000 Europe’s Fastest-Growing Companies ranking is published by Statista and the full report including in-depth analysis and case studies will be published in hardcopy on March 22nd in the Financial Times.

La Vida offers a range of investment programmes including Portugal, Cyprus, Malta, Spain, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Turkey and Greece in Europe. St Kitts, Dominica, Antigua, Grenada and St. Lucia in the Caribbean and other leading programmes including Canada, USA EB5, Ireland and Vanuatu. 

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PROGRAMMES

A selection of residency and citizenship investment programmes.

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