An international professional business services organisation has opened a new Business Centre in Guernsey.

Dixcart has been established in Guernsey for over thirty years, providing a full range of fiduciary and corporate administration services. Dixcart has offered serviced office accommodation in the Isle of Man, Madeira and the UK for some time and has now expanded this offering to Guernsey, supported with a comprehensive range of professional services, in a new Business Centre facility.

Alasdair Milroy, a Director of Dixcart Trust Corporation Limited, said: "Guernsey has always been considered a premier international finance centre, attracting high quality businesses. The international economic and fiscal environment and the greater importance being placed on demonstrating substance are now combining to increase the demand for office accommodation on the Island.

"Many organisations are seeking to establish a physical presence in Guernsey, without wishing to set up an entire office, at least, not in the short term. At Dixcart we have recognised this demand and completely re-furbished an entire floor, in a building situated in the centre of St Peter Port. This has become the Dixcart Business Centre, which offers high quality serviced office accommodation and sophisticated communication systems and is supported by Dixcart Trust Corporation Limited whom offer a comprehensive range of professional support services."

Dixcart's range of commercial expertise extends from corporate formation and management, to captive insurance, QROPS, remuneration schemes and the establishment and administration of trusts. Dixcart has a team of qualified professionals whom can provide accounting and payroll services as well as tax support and advice.

For further information about Dixcart's offering, including the new Business Centre, visit www.dixcart.com or contact Alasdair Milroy alasdair.milroy@dixcart.co.gg

For more information about Guernsey's finance industry please visit www.guernseyfinance.com.

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