La Vida Golden Visas Europe's Top 1000 Fastest Growing Companies 2024La Vida has achieved a monumental milestone by being listed by the Financial Times as one of “Europe’s Top 1000 Fastest Growing Companies” for an unprecedented fifth year in a row, marking a record-setting achievement in 2024. This extraordinary accolade places La Vida among an elite group, as it becomes one of only 16 European companies ever to reach this level of consistent high performance.

The rankings measure revenue growth over the preceding three years with the benchmark typically around 35% growth per annum in order to qualify. La Vida first appeared in the 2020 publication covering growth in the financial years from 2016 to 2019, and has appeared every year since.

La Vida joins an elite group of just 16 companies in Europe to have made five consecutive years in the Financial Times listing. It also becomes the first UK company to achieve profitability every year throughout an eight year period, while maintaining at least 35% pa growth in revenue.

The annual report, a collaboration between the Financial Times and Statista, meticulously analyses multiple years of revenue data from over 10,000 companies to pinpoint the businesses that stand out as the fastest-growing in Europe. La Vida’s consistent appearance on this prestigious list every year since 2020 underscores its unwavering growth and success. Situated in London, La Vida has distinguished itself by being one of a very select group of companies in the UK to have achieved this level of sustained recognition.

Paul Williams, the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of La Vida, expressed immense pride in this historic achievement, stating, “Being recognised by the FT for the fifth consecutive year is not just an honor; it’s a testament to the hard work and dedication of our incredible team and partners worldwide who tirelessly serve our clients. This record-setting achievement underscores our commitment to excellence and growth.”

La Vida has played a pivotal role in aiding clients and investors from over 150 countries in diversifying their portfolios and enhancing their wealth on a global scale. The company has facilitated more than $1bn in inward investment to various economies in Europe and the Caribbean. Its focus on residency and citizenship by investment programmes has significantly contributed to the GDP of many Caribbean nations and has supported European countries like Portugal in their post-credit crisis recovery efforts through non-debt financed investment.

The full FT1000 listing, showcasing La Vida’s record achievement, is now available online and can be viewed here. It is published on March 25th in the Financial Times.

For further information on La Vida and how it can assist with investment visa requirements, interested parties are encouraged to reach out to our expert advisors.

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