The Grand Cayman Islands are the most popular offshore
jurisdiction, with favourable business regulations, a prosperous
economy and a stable political situation.
Grand Cayman Islands IBC, is a limited liability company which
conducts its trading and business outside the Grand Cayman Islands
and is intended for offshore activities. It takes 4 days to
incorporate a company in the Grand Cayman Islands.
The Directors of the company may be
of any nationality and may reside anywhere. At least one director
is required and there is no requirement to appoint a local resident
The Shareholders of the company may
be of any nationality and may reside anywhere. At least one
shareholder is required, this can be the same person as the
director. There is no upper limit to the number of shareholders and
a shareholder can be a person or a corporation
The standard share capital of a Grand
Cayman Islands IBC is $50,000 USD. However, only one share of the
share capital must be issued and paid up. Your company's share
capital can be issued in any currency.
Company Secretary / Registered Office / Registered
The company must have a registered agent and registered office
in the Grand Cayman Islands. There is no requirement for local
The details of shareholders do not appear on public record
compared to Directors details which are fully accessible.
The company must maintain accounting records, however it is not
necessary to keep records in the Grand Cayman Islands and there is
no requirement to file accounts or financial statements. There is
no need for having audited accounts.
Corporation and other taxes
There are no corporate taxes for a Grand Cayman Islands IBC,
except for annual government levy of US$855 for standard share
Why use a Grand Cayman Islands Company.
The modern offshore legislation provides maximum flexibility in
global asset protection and privacy protection.
Grand Cayman Islands offshore companies are commonly used
Alternative Investment Funds, Hedge Funds, Mutual Funds;
Holder of bank accounts, fixed deposits, investment plans and
any other financial or commercial title;
Owner of the shares of other companies or legal entities;
Owner of real estate and any other movable or immovable
property or goods;
Manager and promoter of international business
International leasing of aircraft, vehicles, machinery and
Borrowing or lending money, paying or receiving commissions,
royalties or others;
Marketing and promotion of products and services;
Other commercial and financial activities
Our Formation Package
Registered Address and Agent
Company Secretarial Maintenance
Certificate of Incorporation
Memorandum & Articles of Association
Appointment of First Directors
Consent Actions of the Board of Directors
Register of Directors and Members
We also offer Nominee and Management Services (Substance
requirements) along with bank account opening and
international tax planning.
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