Anguilla - IBC/Other jurisdictions

Anguilla is a dependent territory of Great Britain located in the Caribbean region on the Antilles archipelago. Officially, the jurisdiction is headed by the Queen of Great Britain, who is represented by the Governor-General in the country.

Anguilla - the main island of the archipelago - is decorated with beautiful coral shores, but its lime soil is not suitable for agriculture ; The main revenues of the jurisdiction come from the tourist and financial / offshore sectors of the economy.
The Anguilla Enterprise Register is a highly developed structure, supported by powerful IT technology, which significantly reduces the time of registration of new companies .

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

  • Basic information about jurisdiction

    Area – 102 sq. кm
    Population – 13.500
    Government – dependancy territory of UK
    Capital – Valley
    Official language – english
    Official currency – caribbean dollar (XCD)
    Time zone – GMT–4
  • Company type

    International Business Company (IBC)

  • Directors of the company

    Amount: at least one
    Status: natural or legal persons
    Residents: residents of any country
    Information about directors: only from a registered agent in Anguilla
    Nominee directors: allowed
  • Shareholders of the company

    Quantity: at least one
    Status: natural or legal persons
    Residents: residents of any country
    Information about shareholders: only from a registered agent in Anguilla
    Nominee shareholders: allowed
  • Secretary Company

    There are no requirements for the position of secretary

  • Authorized capital of the company

    Standard declared capital - 50.000 USD.

    Requirements there is no payment for this capital or part thereof.

  • Company name

    Must end with the words '' Incorporated '', '' Corporation '', '' Limited '', or the abbreviations '' Inc. '', '' Corp. '', '' Ltd. '', '' GmbH '', '' S.A ''. Registration of titles containing the words '' Bank '', '' Insurance '', '' Trust '', '' Assurance '', '' Imperial '', '' Royal '', etc., is allowed only after obtaining the appropriate licenses .
  • Information about the real owner of the company

    Intelligence about the real owner submitted only to the registered agent and are confidential.

  • Annual Return

    Requirements for the submission of the annual report is not put forward.

  • Financial Statement

    Requirements   for the submission of a financial statement are not put forward.

  • Taxation

    Taxation of companies IBC – 0%.

  • Double tax treaties

    Anguilla does not have double tax treaties with other countries.
  • The term of registration of a new company

    4-5 business days; term of full receipt a package of documents - 4-5 weeks.

  • Acceptance of third-party companies for service FIVECONSULT

    Only in coordination with the previous serving agent in England.

  • A set of constituent documents of the company

    1) registration certificate (Certificate of Incorporation);
    2) articles of association / memorandum of association (Memorandum and Articles of Association) signed by the first founders of the company (Subscribers);
    3) two blank (blanco) general powers of attorney (General Power of Attorney ), signed by the nominee director;
    4) confirmation of the nominee director of the transfer of the company to its real owner (Agreement for the provision of nominee services and indemnification of the nominee);
    5) Resignation letter of the nominal director, signed but without   instructions   dates;
    6) share certificates (Share Certificates), signed par value by the Director;
    7) printing company.
  • "Ready-made" companies

    Purchase "ready-made" companies is possible.

  • FIVECONSULT comment:
    Anguilla is a classic tax-free jurisdiction that does not require complicated procedures for supporting companies and their annual reporting.
    Anguilla has relatively liberal requirements for abbreviations of registered companies. For example, along with standard Ltd., Corp., Inc. It is also possible to use other abbreviations or concepts such as Societe a Responsabilite Limitee, SARL, Societe Anonyme, S.A., Besloten Vennootschap, B.V., Naamloze Vennootschap, N.V., Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, GmbH. The legislation stipulates “the possibility of using other abbreviations indicating limited liability of the company.”

    It should be noted that, as a British dependent territory, Anguilla has relatively high standards in respect of Due Diligence (“know your customer”).