New Zealand - Limited/Other jurisdictions

New Zealand is one of the most developed countries of the Pacific region. Currently, it is a parliamentary republic, however New Zealand was a dependency of the UK until 1947, and even to date it has a Governor-General appointed by the British Queen. 

New Zealand is known as a jurisdiction with standard taxation level. The country has good image among businessmen as well as official institutions, and is not included in any ‘blacklists’.

Any company incorporated in New Zealand is liable to taxation and obliged to file annual financial statements, as well as a Company Tax Return (CTR), therefore normally activities of New Zealand companies are based on a comission principle.