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Why Offshore Companies?

Offshore Jurisdictions 

British Virgin Island (BVI) 



Cayman Island

For other Jurisdictions, please contact us.


Why Offshore Companies?

Offshore companies were once available only to the very rich and very experienced investor and were not accessed by the ordinary investor or businessman. Today in an ever changing economic environment, with rapid and global communications facilities, opportunities are available to persons or businesses involved or wish to be involved in international trade or investment activities. How better to maximize your profits and simultaneously minimize your tax liability in an entirely legal way than by conducting your business offshore?

Offshore companies are the preferred company structure to achieve anonymity and privacy protection, keep all business details confidential and combine all this with limited liability and tax exemption

Alliance offers the formation of offshore companies in most reputable jurisdictions.

It is realised today, that although the costs for an offshore incorporation may be higher than that to register a local company, the long term benefits far outweigh this. Offshore companies do not have to pay sales tax nor income tax. Due to the fact that there is no taxation there is no required accounting or auditing from authorities. This means you save the costs of a CPA whilst at the same time gain the highest level of privacy protection. Your company may be dormant or it may generate millions in profit you will still not be required to forward information.

Advantages of Offshore Companies
No restrictions on nationality 
No requirements to disclose ownership 
No restrictions on foreign owned corporations 
No restrictions concerning ownership of shares 
No residence requirements for Directors/Officers 
No requirements to file annual Financial Statements 
Total Secrecy and Anonymity (Confidentiality of the Directors and Owners)
Total tax exemption on all and any business activity or transaction carried on outside the jurisdiction 


The Holding Companies - a perfect instrument for administration and tax reduction.

The Holding company is the preferred option for many businesses that wish to minimise risk, reduce tax and effectively manage sister companies. There are several types of Holding companies:

The Operational Trading Holding

This type of Holding is conducting actual business and has usually grown from a regular corporation that has needed to outsource its work to its own sister companies due to expansion. 

The disadvantage of this type of Holding company is that as the main Holding company is still continuing to conduct daily business it will always face the possibility of claims or bankruptcy. Should a bankruptcy occur all the sister companies will also be deemed bankrupt.

The Asset Management Holding

The Asset Management Holding purchases shares in other companies that it feels will make a profitable return. It will actually trade in shares and has no actual personal connection or activity with any of the companies from which it purchases shares.

The Management Holding

The Mmanagement Holding is a mixture of an operational Holding and an asset management Holding. It mainly holds and manages the shares and assets of its own sister companies but does not conduct business itself. The Management Holding company is the preferred option for the expanding business that may wish to separate different parts of its business into different sister companies.

The Holding can provide loans and services to the sister companies and the sister companies can benefit from the existing organisational structure. But a bankruptcy of one of the sister companies will not affect the Holding. The profit of the sister companies can be transferred as dividends to the Holding which is registered offshore and has no taxation.


The Trust - a perfect instrument for asset protection. 

The term "Trust" is widely known and used, however there are often many misunderstandings as to what a Trust actually is. The correct definition of a Trust is an agreement or contract. It is not, as many believe a special type of company. It is purely an agreement -albeit a very special one, between three parties:

The Settlor

The Settlor is the transferor of the assets into the Trust. Any kind of asset can be transferred, funds, shares, cars, boats, real estate and even non entities such as patents or rights. Once the assets have been transferred into the Trust this can not be revoked. Once the Settlor has transferred all the assets into the Trust he can legally declare that he does not then own them. This is of special interest in cases of bankruptcy, divorce and inheritance or legal claims. Trusts are one of the most preferred methods employed by medical practitioners to protect their assets in case of malpractice claims being brought against them. 

The Trustee

The Trustee is the official manager of the Trust. Officially the Trustee must be independent from the Settlor and has all rights and full control over the actual running of the Trust. Obviously few people would wish to pass that amount of control over their assets to a third party so generally the Trustee will always act unofficially on instruction from the Settlor. It is possible to draft a separate agreement between the Settlor and Trustee ensuring the Settlor retains full control. In order to act as Trustee over any Trust, the Trustee must hold a special license. 

The Beneficiary

As the name suggests, the Beneficiary is the person or persons who finally receive the assets from the Trust. The Settlor can be a named Beneficiary. All entitlements to beneficiaries must be set at the commencement of the Trust and can not be revoked or changed. Once the beneficiary has received the assets from the trust he is then liable to declare this and pay due taxation. The Beneficiary can receive regular payments from the trust, for example from the interest or can wait for the expiry of the Trust and receive all assets and interest in full. 

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