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Belize IBC

BELIZE an erstwhile British colony is a tiny nation in the heart of
Central America. A relative newcomer in offshore financial services,
Belize has made rapid strides to diversify it predominantly tourism and
agrarian products economy

Belize enacted the International
Business Companies Act in the early nineties and is based on the British
Virgin Islands offshore services model. Belize’s IBC legislation is
viewed internationally as one of the most modern and user-friendly. A
Belize IBC is an ideal corporate means for international financial
transactions and allows the investor to engage in a wide variety of
activities ranging from asset protection to operating bank accounts,
brokerage accounts, ship ownership, commission arrangements and other
commercial transactions.

Key Features

Type Of law Common
Shelf company availability Yes
Our time to establish a new company 1 day
Corporate Taxation Nil
Double Taxation Treaty Access No
Share capital or equivalent
Standard currency US$
Permitted currencies Any
Minimum paid up No minimum required
Usual authorized Capital US$50,000
Minimum Directors One
Local directors required No
Corporate Directors Permitted Yes
Publicly accessible records No
Location of meetings Anywhere
Minimum number of Shareholders One
Company Secretary Optional
Audit requirements No
Requirements to file accounts No
Publicly accessible accounts No
Requirement to file annual return No
Change in domicile permitted Yes

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