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Our clients come from all over the world and from all domains. We have established trustworthy relationships with clients for many years. Our client base includes many leading professional advisory firms, financial institutions, public listed companies and commercial enterprises across international markets. Our high standard of service and individual approach has made us their best choice for their business needs. We are focused on their needs, concerns, developing a business strategy and then working together towards implementation and execution and offer the most effective solutions. ... Read More »

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ExpatriatesAn expatriate is any person living or working in a different country from where he or she is a citizen. Therefore is important to secure your income, assets and your finances to be structured for maximum safety and tax efficiency. High Net-worth Individuals (HNWI)To be part of this client category you have to own at least $1 million in liquid or semi-liquid financial assets, as international financial community categorization. HNWIs are in high demand by private wealth managers.Prosperity offers many benefits such as property, yacht and aircraft ownership, but wealth also brings its own challenges and worries. The more money a person has the more work it takes to preserve those assets.These individuals generally need demand personalized services that will keep their assets secure. Our company can ... Read More »

Professional intermediaries

We developed a network of professional clients - accountants, lawyers, banks, trust companies, fiduciaries, independent financial advisors and tax advisors throughout the world. Through the years we encourage our partners in the advisor client relationship. We are offering you the possibility of deriving additional benefits from collaborating with us, in the form of discounts and commissions. You can complement your own range of services for your clients offering incorporation services for offshore companies and other offshore services. We are very flexible and our intermediaries may remain totally independent or work close with us, being entitle to full access to our mean of communication and advice from our experts. We are waiting you to contact us to discover special policy and prices for our professional intermediaries. We offer preferred ... Read More »

Mauritius Signs DTA with Nigeria

Mauritius Signs DTA with Nigeria On 10 August 2012, the Republic of Mauritius and Nigeria have just signed a new treaty for the avoidance of double taxation.The new Double Tax Agreement (DTAA) between Mauritius and Nigeria comes as part of Mauritius's wider strategy to develop a large treaty network across Africa up to 17 countries (out of which 13 have been ratified) in order to promote Mauritius as the ideal offshore location to channel direct investments into Africa. Mauritius is also expected to sign an Investment Promotion Protection Agreement with Nigeria in the near future. According to the World Bank/ IFC Doing Business Report 2012, Mauritius has been ranked as being the leading country for doing business in Africa. Also Mauritian Finance Minister Xavier-Luc Duval has also recalled ... Read More »

Offshore bank accounts hold assets worth of over $ 21 trillion

Offshore company formation, offshore banking, legal and tax consultancy are the industries that grows on peoples and companies need to maximize profits by legally reducing the amount of taxes paid for their investments.Estimations shows that world's richest people and companies has transferred to offshore bank accounts and offshore companies in various tax heavens between $ 21 trillion and $ 32 trillion, an amount larger that the entire economy of USA. International offshore financial centers are the main beneficiary of these funds, offering in return to investors zero or low tax regime, asset protection, confidentiality and the safety of their funds.The analysis was made by James Henry, former chief economist at consultancy company McKinsey, a well known expert on tax heavens, by studying data from Bank of ... Read More »