Turks & Caicos Offshore Services

 Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) are a group of islands situated in the Caribbean southeast of the Bahamas. The islands are politically stable and have their own government since the Constitution was introduced in 1976. They remain a British Colony to date. Turks and Caicos Islands pride itself with a small but vibrant open economy, which depends largely on tourism and the offshore finance industry. It has modern telecommunication systems. There is no exchange control and double tax treaties.

Exempt Company

 The Exempt Company is the most commonly used body corporate for international trade and investment purposes. There is no taxation other than the fixed yearly Government Fee. This type of company may also obtain a guarantee against the imposition of the future taxation, or increased government fee for 20 years from the date of incorporation. Under the Turks and Caicos Island Companies (Amendment) Ordinance 2001, if bearer shares are issued they must either be held by a licensed custodian, held by the Registered Agent or the Registrar must be notified of the custodian of the bearer share certificates.

Each corporate package includes:
 Certificate of Incorporation
 Memorandum and Articles of Association
 Appointment of the First Director
 Registered Office service to December following incorporation
 Registered Agent service to December following incorporation 
 Share certificates
 Corporate Seal (may be delivered separately)

The complete corporate package is delivered by express courier.

If you have $300,000 or more that you wish to protect click here for a Private Banking consultation. Our private bankers will advise you on the best way to secure your assets.


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