Anguilla - IBC/Other jurisdictions

Anguilla is a dependent territory of the UK.  It is located in the Caribbean Sea and in the archipelago of the Antilles. It includes the main island,  Anguilla, and a group of smaller islands. The official head of the jurisdiction is the Queen of England, who is represented in Anguilla by the Governor-General.

The island has beautiful coral coasts, but has limestone soil which is of little use for agriculture. The main source income for the jurisdiction comes from tourism and the finance / offshore sector.

The Register of Companies of Anguilla is highly developed and has powerful IT technology. Accordingly, companies are registered electronically, thus speeding up the time of incorporation.

The creation and management of non-resident companies in this jurisdiction is regulated under the International Business Companies Act 2000.