An Offshore International Business Corporation (IBC) is commonly set up in a tax haven like the British Virgin Islands (BVI), Marshall Islands, Seychelles, etc, where there are no corporate or personal income taxes, capital gains taxes, reporting requirements, or restrictions on company employment policies.
British Virgin Island is situated in the Atlantic Ocean and only 96 km east of Puerto Rico with a population of 25,000. It is the leading offshore jurisdiction with over 750,000 offshore companies incorporated since 1984.
Marshall Islands is part of the Micronesian islands situated in the Pacific Ocean. Marshall Islands International Business Company (IBC) is a tax-free corporation designed for engagement into all forms of international business, with no reporting and minimum record-keeping requirements, and comprehensive confidentiality features.
Seychelles situated in the Indian Ocean Seychelles with a population of 80,000. It is one of the fastest IBC (International Business Company) registrar in the world with the most comprehensive, modern and attractive approach to the establishment and operation of offshore companies, banking, and insurance.
Hong Kong , with a population of about 7 million, remains an attractive place to do business. It is a leading international trading and service hub. Hong Kong’s success is largely due to a simple low tax structure, excellent infrastructure and the government’s firm commitment to free trade and free enterprise.