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Sunday, August 13, 2017

American countries for companies formation

North -South american countries for company formation :

1#-Belize -21 September 1981 -in south of Mexico.
2#-Bahamas -10 July 1973[north of Cuba
3#-Turks and Caicos Islands - latin america-Overseas Territory since. In August 2009
4#-Panama -latin america
5#-nevis -in the Caribbean sea
6#-Vanuatu -30 July 1980-in the south-west Pacific
7#-marshall islands - in the central Pacific Ocean
8#-Cook Islands -pacific ocean


Belize



  • Located in south of Mexico.
  • Total year 1 engagement set up costs US$8900
  • It takes one day to set the company up
  • Companies, IBC (International Business Company) and Banking, has a long and trusted history as an offshore jurisdiction.
  • Information about beneficial owners, shareholders, directors and officers is not filed with the Belize government, and not available to the public
  • Availability of free zones providing facilities for manufacturing and other business activities, such as warehousing, packaging, distribution of products and services
  • Belize companies are well accepted by offshore banks worldwide.
  • They offer all classic offshore benefits:
           tax exemptions, waiving annual filings, various levels of confidentiality.
  • Independent country, member of well recognized political organizations, such as of the British Commonwealth, United Nations and Organization of American States.
  • Belize Assessment of the Supervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector , August 30, 2004

Bahamas  

  • located north of Cuba and Hispaniola ,northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands,southeast of the US state of Florida and east of the Florida Keys.
  • It takes 2-3 to set the company up
  • Minimum government fees (excluding taxation)US$350
  • Ability to own Bahamian real estate, but will be subjected to local tax laws, exchange controls and stamp duty
  • known for its financial privacy laws, giving clients a secure jurisdiction with minimal regulation
  • The Bahamas offshore service sector has formed over 100,000 companies since the passing of the International Business Company (IBC) Act in 1990 ,nearly 30% of the Bahamian economy coming from its offshore market
  • enabling company directors the ability to reshape corporate structures and change articles of association

Turks and Caicos Islands

  • located in the north Atlantic Ocean south of the Bahamas and considered a part of the Caribbean region.
  • It takes two days to set the company up
  • Incorporation government fees US$2,750
  • Minimum Annual Tax US$ 300 /Licence Fee
  • Turks & Caicos is responsive to the need of international investors, with a tax-free status and no double tax or exchange of fiscal information treaties exist with any other country.
  • Offshore financial services include banking, insurance, company formation, trusts, mutual funds and partnerships.
  • investment opportunities exist on many of our 40 islands and cays in the areas of tourism (resort and niche areas such as medical, eco and adventure), real estate development, financial services, light manufacturing, agriculture, technology andmari-culture.
  • Assessment of the Supervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector-August 31, 2004

Panama



  • located in Central America between Costa Rica and Colombia.
  • Total year 1 engagement set up costs USD $250
  • It takes 3 days to set the company up
  • It's connected by direct flights with many major cities of US, Canada and other countries.
  • The Republic of Panama is a presidential independent, sovereign state.
  • It is well known as one of the most developed international business center.
  • Panama has the fastest growing economy and the largest per capita income in Central America
  • High level of privacy protection
  • Citizenship programs are available for investors
  • Assessment of Financial Sector Supervision and Regulation, including Reports on the Observance of Standards and Codes on the following topics: Banking Supervision, Insurance Supervision, and Securities Regulation - February 15, 2007


Nevis

located in the Caribbean sea about 225 miles southeast of Puerto Rico in the Leeward Islands which is in the Eastern Caribbean.

  • Total year 1 engagement set up costs US$1,690
  • It takes 1-2 days to set the company up
  • It's connected by direct flights with New York, Philadelphia, Miami and London
  • Nevis has own offshore legislation, which brings a lot of advantages to clients involved in international business activities.
  • Citizenship programs are available for investors.
  • Information about beneficial owners, shareholders/members, directors/managers and officers is not filed with the Nevis government, and not available to the public

Vanuatu

  • Located in the south-west Pacific, 2,25 km north-east of Sydney, Australia and 800 km west of Fiji.
  • It takes two days to set the company up
  • minimum annual fee of US$ 450 per year
  • International Companies don’t pay domestic taxes from their net chargeable profits
  • Vanuatu is connected by excellent telecommunications and flight services to major cities in Australia and New Zealand.
  • it features amongst the most sought out locations such as the BVI, Bermuda, Cayman Islands and Jersey
  • There is flexibility in setting up the Vanuatu company. There isn’t a minimum or maximum amount of share capital required.
  • your business capital can be in any currency or amount. Vanuatu also has no exchange controls.


Marshall island


  • Located in the central Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and the Philippines
  • It takes two to three weeks to set the company up
  • allows the formation of both limited liability companies and corporations
  • The formation of both types of companies costs US$ 1,150, which includes government fees and registered agent fees in the RMI for the first year, second year US$2090 USD
  • The Republic of the Marshall Island has emerged as an offshore center for maritime and corporate registration due to its advantageous corporate legislation, the political stability, the flexible and simple formation policy and a substantial experience in administering corporate programs as well as the high level of service.
  • Vessel and Yacht Ownership
  • Real Property Holding
  • Intellectual Property Management
  • Large-scale commercial fishing is an important industry. Japanese fishermen, who are licensed to fish Marshallese waters, haul in roughly 42 million pounds of tuna each year. The export of coconuts (copra) is also important to the islands’ economy.

Cook island



  • Located in the South Pacific Ocean, northeast of New Zealand, between French Polynesia and American samoa
  • Asset protection benefits are not found anywhere else in the world
  • Minimum government fees (excluding taxation) US$200
  • Minimum Annual Tax US$ 200 /Licence Fee
  • It takes 5 days to set the company up
  • governs the formation and activities of international companies
  • The ICA allows companies to be formed and operated with both flexibility and administrative ease. International companies are exempt from all tax in the Cook Islands.
  • Financial Sector Regulation and Supervision - October 30, 2004

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