Offshore Investment Locations

The EU Savings Tax Directive 2005 made life very much harder for many savers in the UK and Europe, in addition to reducing their financial privacy dramatically. As a result, numerous individuals have invested their hard-earned cash oversear or are in the process of investing offshore.

There are a huge range of financial centres and tax havens and the best location for your offshore investments depends upon a number of factors including the risk-benefit strategy you wish to employ and the amount of you wish to invest.

Our offshore investment company advisors can walk you through what offshore investments are, who should invest and the different offshore locations from Luxembourg to Nevis, Belize to the Isle of Man, from Europe to the Caribbean. We can inform you about the differing levels of privacy, the various regulations and levels of taxes in these offshore financial centres and the benefits of incorporating offshore.

The list of Offshore Tax Havens for your overseas private investments includes:

(Please note: this is merely a list of offshore financial centres. By being recorded in this list, it does not mean that we recommend investing in any of these locations. Please speak to one of our financial advisors for assistance in choosing your offshore location.)

Albania, Andorra, Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba,

Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands (BVI)

Canada, Caymen Islands, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Cyprus,

Dominica, Dominican Republic,

Gibraltar, Grenada, Guernsey,

Ireland, Isle of Man

Liberia, Lichenstein, Luxembourg

Maldives, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Monaco, Monserrat,

Nauru, Netherlands, Niue, Nevis

Panama,

Samoa, Seychelles, St Lucia, St Kitts, St Vincent, Switzerland

Tonga, Turks & Caicos.

To learn more about offshore investing options and other private financial tools, speak to an Offshore Company UK Investment specialist, or request a consultation by email today.

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