Articles And Special Features Tagged 'Insurance'

Islamic Finance Review

Islamic Finance Review

by the InvestorsOffshore Editorial Team, August 2012, 31 August, 2012

Although the Islamic finance sector suffered along with other investment sectors during the credit crunch, its long-term future seems assured. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Finance | hedge funds | investment | Dubai | Hong Kong | Indonesia | Malaysia | Saudi Arabia | Pakistan | Bahrain | Qatar | Singapore | law | services | banking | financial services | insurance | tax | trade |


Jurisdiction Special Focus:  Antigua and Barbuda

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Antigua and Barbuda

by the InvestorsOffshore Editorial Team, August 2012, 17 August, 2012

In common with many of its Caribbean neighbours, Antigua & Barbuda, the subject of this Investors Offshore jurisdiction focus, is a location more synonymous with the upmarket end of the tourist trade than as a place in which to invest. Whilst tourism is indeed an important part of the nation's economy, a notable offshore financial industry has in fact been developed by government over the last two decades, helped along by some generous business and personal tax incentives, the major aspects of which we will attempt to cover here. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Finance | investment | Antigua and Barbuda | United States | United Kingdom | standards | legislation | law | offshore banking | offshore | services | construction | banking | insurance | gambling | manufacturing | fees | tax | stamp duty | trade |


St Vincent & The Grenadines

St Vincent & The Grenadines

by Investors Offshore Editorial, July 2012, 06 July, 2012

Whilst the Caribbean state of St Vincent and the Grenadines is probably best known as a tourist destination and hideaway for the well-heeled, the former British colony is also emerging as a well governed and regulated financial jurisdiction to rival the more prominent offshore finance centres in the region. Read Full Article »

Tags: Economy | Tax | Communications | Insurance | Saint Vincent and the Grenadines | Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) |




by Investors Offshore Editorial, May 2012 , 25 May, 2012

This feature focuses on the Caribbean island of Barbados. More famous for its beaches and as a destination for millions of tourists than as a location for offshore business, Barbados has nonetheless developed a well regulated financial services industry offering a surprisingly wide array of offshore products from banking to trusts to insurance. Whilst the island is not quite on a par with the higher profile offshore centres in the region, such as Bermuda or the Cayman Islands, for the investor, Barbados offers economic and political stability along with a number of tax and investment incentives, and close economic ties with the United States. Read Full Article »

Tags: double tax agreement (DTA) | business | Tax | Barbados | trusts | offshore trusts | offshore | banking | insurance | real-estate | tax |



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