St. Lucia - IBC/Other jurisdictions

Saint Lucia is an island jurisdiction in the Caribbean region off South American shores. The country is a former British colony, which became independent in 1979. The political system of Saint Lucia is based on the British model; the country has an appointed Governor-General who represents the interests of the Queen of the United Kingdom. Local rule is implemented by a Cabinet and a Prime Minister elected by a Senate.

Saint Lucia is a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations and the United Nations Organisation. Due to its marvellous climate, the island is known as a popular place of recreation for tourists from Europe and America all the year round.

Incorporation and operation of companies in Saint Lucia jurisdiction are regulated by the International Business Company Act 1999.