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Anguilla is located in the northeastern Caribbean, north of the Leeward Islands. There is an estimated population of 14,108 and a land area of 102 square kilometers. The official language is English and its currency is the East Caribbean Dollar which is fixed to the US dollar at US$1 = EC$2.68. The primary industries are tourism, financial services, boat building and fishing. The Island is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom with a legal system based on English common law with local modifications. The United Kingdom is responsible for the defense and foreign affairs of Anguilla.
Bahamas is located in an archipelago of approximately 700 islands and cays located in the Atlantic Ocean 80 kilometers east of the Peninsula of Florida. There is an estimated population of 340,000. The official language is English and its currency is the Bahamian Dollar and the US dollars that are used interchangeably throughout the island chain. The primary industries are the commercial and financial activities who offer a highly skilled workforce. The Bahamas is an independent country and continues to remain an active member of the British Commonwealth of Nations. The Bahamas has a Parliamentary type democracy. The legal system is based on the English common law, complemented by Bahamian statutes.
Belize is located at the northeastern end of Central America, south east of Mexico. There is an estimated population of 300,000. The official language is English and Spanish and its currency is the Belize dollar which is fixed to the US dollar at BZ$2=US$1. The primary industries are Agriculture, tourism and offshore industry also benefits from a number of preferential market access arrangements. This country is currently a member of Commonwealth, The United Nations, The Organization of American States and The Association of Caribbean States. The government of Belize is operated on the principles of parliamentary democracy based on the Westminster System similar to England and contract and commercial law is based on the English law model.
The British Virgin Islands (“BVI”) are a group of 40 islands and islets located in the Caribbean 60 sea miles east of the Island of Puerto Rico. There is an estimated population of 21,000 and a land area of 153 square kilometers. The official language is English and its currency is the US dollar. The Island is an overseas territory of the British Crown Colony with a legal system based on English common law with local modifications. The United Kingdom is responsible for the defense and foreign affairs of BVI.
The Cayman Islands are a British Crown Colony consisting of 3 islands in the Caribbean lying approximately 480 miles south of Miami, Florida. There is an estimated population of 50,000 and a land area of 260 square kilometers. The official language is English and its currency is the Cayman dollar which is fixed to the US dollar at CI$1.00 equals US$1.20. The primary industries are tourism and financial services. The Islands are a largely self-governing British Crown colony. Britain is responsible for internal security and defense. The legal system is based on English Common Law and is complemented by local laws.
Delaware is the second smallest state in the United States situated northeast on the Atlantic Coast. There is an estimated population of 800,000. The official language is English. This state offers attractive tax regulations, innovative corporate laws and the existence of a chancery court system. Delaware has long been considered the most popular jurisdiction for incorporation of holding companies and multinational corporations.
Hong Kong is located on the southern coast of the People’s Republic of China. There is an estimated population of 7 million people and a land area of less than 1,092 square kilometres. The official language is English and Chinese and its currency is the Hong Kong dollar (HK$), which is pegged to the United States dollar (US$) at the approximate rate of HK$7.8 to US$1. The primary industries are the financial and investment services. The company law is based on the United Kingdom Company Ordinance of 1932, which has been amended many times, most recently in 2005.
Nevis is located in the northern part of the Leeward Islands in the eastern Caribbean and located 210 miles east of Puerto Rico and 1,100 miles from Miami. There is an estimated population of 40,000. The official language is English and its currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (ECD) (ECD 2.67 is equal to US $1.00). The primary industry is tourism. This Island has a democratic government based upon the British Parliamentary System. The United Kingdom is responsible for the defense and foreign affairs of Nevis.
Seychelles is a republic, consisting of an archipelago of some 115 islands, scattered across the western Indian Ocean northeast of the island of Madagascar, a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. There is an estimated population of 85,000 and a land area of 454 square kilometers. The official languages are English, French and Creole (a patois based on French). The primary industries are tourism, agriculture, and fishing. The rapidly expanding financial sector, linked to the establishment of the Seychelles International Business Authority and a suite of progressive laws facilitating the establishment of offshore structures and encouraging inward investment, is now a significant element of the economy.
Panama is located on the narrow strip of land that connects North and South America. There is an estimated population of 3.4 million people. Panama's key geographic position has been conducive to its specialization as a service country. The Panama Canal and the Colon Free Zone are at the forefront of this development. The official language is Spanish and its currency is the US Dollar legal tender, which circulates freely in Panama. Panamanian law is based on the Spanish Civil Code, although the company law has been taken from the corporation law of Delaware in the USA.
A Panama Private Interest Foundation is a smart, flexible and affordable vehicle for estate planning. The Foundation is a juridical person created by the filing of the Foundation Charter at the Public Registry. The main objective of the Foundation is to hold and manage assets and properties as established by the Founder in favor of the Beneficiaries by way of private regulations.
There are many benefits to using a Panama Private Interest Foundation, such as a straightforward and quick set up process, appointment of Beneficiaries by private document, legal separation of the assets from the Founder, and flexibility to make amendments to the Foundation throughout time. Overseas Management Company can assist you to take full advantage of this flexible and user friendly juridical entity.
FIN.CONTROL is able to provide assistance with a wide range of other jurisdictions such as Barbados, Bermuda, Cyprus, Isle of Man, Marhsall Islands, New York, Samoa, and United Kingdom. If you would like more information about these jurisdictions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org