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Anguilla Offshore Company Formation

Anguilla International Business Company (IBC)

  • - The local legislation guarantees confidentiality and privacy
  • - There are no corporate income tax, capital gains tax, property tax or gift tax
  • - There are no foreign trade or exchange restrictions
  • - Flexible in terms of capitalization, shareholders, directors and shares of the company
  • - There are no financial audit or statement requirements.
  • - Well-regulated financial services industry

Ideal for Anguilla company registration:

Financial Services Industry
Financial Services Industry
International Tradings
International Tradings
Estate Planning and Asset Protection
Estate Planning and Asset Protection
E-commerce
E-commerce

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Anguilla offshore company formation In 4 Easy Steps

Preparation

1. Preparation

Request free company name search We check the eligibility of the name, and make suggestion if neccessry.

Filling

2. Filling

  • Register or login and fill in the company names and director/ shareholder(s).
  • Fill in shipping, company address or special request (if any).
Payment

3. Payment

Choose your payment method (We accept payment by Credit/Debit Card, PayPal or Wire Transfer).

Delivery

4. Delivery

  • You will receive soft copies of necessary documents including: Certificate of Incorporation, Business Registration, Memorandum and Articles of Association, etc. Then, your new company in a jurisdiction is ready to do business!
  • You can bring the documents in company kit to open corporate bank account or we can help you with our long experience of Banking support service.
Required documents for Anguilla offshore company formation
  • Passport of each shareholder/beneficial owner and director.
  • Proof of residential address of each director and shareholder (Must be in English or certified translation version).
  • The proposed 3 company names with ending suffix “Limited”, “Corporation” or “Incorporated”; or (b) the abbreviation “Ltd”, “Corp” or “Inc”

Attractive Cost For Anguilla Company Registration

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US$ 739 Service Fees

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Anguilla company registration with the main characteristics

International Business Company (IBC)

General Information
Type of Business Entity IBC
Corporate Income Tax Nil
British Based Legal System Yes
Double Tax Treaty Access No
Incorporation Time Frame (Approx., days) 3
Corporate Requirements
Minimum Number of Shareholders 1
Minimum Number of Directors 1
Corporate Directors Permitted Yes
Standard Authorized Capital/Shares 50,000 USD
Local Requirements
Registered Office/ Registered Agent Yes
Company Secretary Yes
Local Meetings No
Local Directors / Shareholders No
Publicly Accessible Records No
Annual Requirements
Annual Return No
Audited Accounts No
Incorporation Fees
Our Service Fee (1st year) US$ 739.00
Government fee & Service charged US$ 600.00
Annual Renewal Fees
Our Service Fee (year 2+) US$ 639.00
Government fee & Service charged US$ 600.00

Scope of Services

International Business Company (IBC)

Company Formation Service Fee

Services and Documents Provided Status
Company name search in Anguilla Registry Yes
Document preparation Yes
Registrar of shareholders, directors and members Yes
Memorandum & Articles of Association Yes
Share certificate book of certifiate Yes
Common seal (optional) Yes
Authorised signature chop Yes
Certificate o incorporation Yes
Anguilla registered agent Yes
Anguilla registered office Yes

Download forms - Anguilla company registration

1. Application Formation Form

Description QR Code Download
Application for Limited Company
PDF | 1.91 MB | Updated time: 14 Mar, 2020, 10:45 (UTC+08:00)

Application form for Limited Company processing

Application for Limited Company Download
Application Formation Form LLP LLC
PDF | 1.80 MB | Updated time: 03 Jan, 2020, 12:24 (UTC+08:00)

Application Formation Form LLP LLC

Application Formation Form LLP LLC Download

2. Business Plan Form

Description QR Code Download
Business Plan Form
PDF | 1,015.78 kB | Updated time: 04 Jan, 2020, 11:16 (UTC+08:00)

Business Plan Form for Company Incorporation

Business Plan Form Download

3. Information Update Form

Description QR Code Download
Information Update Form
PDF | 5.52 MB | Updated time: 06 Jan, 2020, 11:48 (UTC+08:00)

Information Update Form for completing the Registry’s statutory requirements

Information Update Form Download

4. Rate card

Description QR Code Download
Anguilla IBC Rate card
PDF | 835.52 kB | Updated time: 04 Jan, 2020, 11:33 (UTC+08:00)

Basic Features and Standard price for Anguilla IBC Incorporation

Anguilla IBC Rate card Download

5. Sample Documents

Description QR Code Download
Certificate of Incorporation Anguilla Sample
PDF | 2.00 MB | Updated time: 22 Nov, 2018, 11:24 (UTC+08:00)
Certificate of Incorporation Anguilla Sample Download
FAQs

Company Formation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Anguilla company registration

1. An Anguilla IBC must have a Registered Office and a Registered Agent or not?

All international business companies (IBC) in Anguilla must have an Anguilla Registered Office and Anguilla Registered Agent. According to government regulations, all details about the company, including its directors and shareholders, must be kept at your Anguilla Registered Office as well as the Articles of Incorporation, complete financial records and the company seal. All records and financial information of your company are kept confidential and non-public as protected by Anguilla's confidentiality regulations.

Anguilla also requires all IBCs to have an Anguilla Registered Office for the duration of their existence on the register of companies and to operate in Anguilla. Furthermore, the person providing your company's office must have the necessary license to this service to avoid cases of illegal practice. When your Anguilla Registered Office provider no longer holds the license, your company is required to change its previously registered headquarters and immediately notify the Anguilla Registry.

An Anguilla Registered Agent representing your IBC, who is responsible for signing and filing the Articles of Incorporation, must meet the following requirements as prescribed by the Anguilla government:

  • Over 18 years old.
  • Must not have any criminal record.
  • Financial status must not be 'bankrupt'.
2. What is a meeting of shareholders or annual general meeting?

A meeting of shareholders or Annual general meeting is a gathering of a company's shareholders who are concerned about said company’s business activities and performance. The directors present a report detailing the company's past activities, its performance and any strategic plan for the future at these meetings. In addition, if there are any big changes such as new appointments to the board of directors, amount of dividend, or audit, the shareholders can vote on said issues.

3. Are there annual general meeting requirements of Anguilla IBC?

According to the Anguilla International Business Companies Ordinance, the company have total freedom to decide on when, where and how to conduct an annual general meeting. Therefore, unless requirements of Anguilla company, there is no need to hold an annual general meeting. And if they want to, the meeting can be held anywhere in the world. It does not have to be inside Anguilla.

The Ordinance also states that the directors can gather and meet at their own conveniences. Similarly, there is no obligation to hold any meeting of directors. And in case the board wants to conduct one, they can do it at any location globally and through the use of electronic devices if they want to.

4. Can annual general meeting of Anguilla IBC be held anywhere?

Yes. Both annual general meeting can be held anywhere in the world, at any time and in any manner that is convenient to the company. Depending on which jurisdiction the company is incorporated in, the rules of meeting of shareholders may vary. These are usually outlined in the laws of incorporation, memorandum, and articles of association for both public and private companies. These rules can detail how many days in advance shareholders must be notified of an upcoming meeting of shareholders or how to do the vote by proxy.

In Anguilla, when the company is incorporated, there should be the first meeting of shareholders and meeting of directors. During these first meetings, it can be freely agreed upon the way the future’s meetings will be conducted. This makes Anguilla a very convenient environment to start a business in.

5. Can meetings of directors and shareholders of an Anguilla IBC be held by written resolution?

The meetings of directors and shareholders of an Anguilla IBC can also be held by written resolution. These are all up to the company’s decision. The rules of meeting of shareholders can be decided in the laws of incorporation, memorandum, and articles of association when the company is incorporated. If it is convenient or if the owner of the company wishes for it, the meeting can be done in any legal way then want even by written resolution.

In Anguilla, it is perfectly legal and this makes this jurisdiction suitable for all types of business owner and director.

6. Is Anguilla a tax haven?

Anguilla is a tax haven in its truest sense. This British Overseas Territory offers the lowest tax rates in comparison to international standards. In particular, Anguilla income tax rate and corporate tax rate is 0% for both its residents and non-residents. In addition, other Anguilla taxes such as capital gains tax, inheritance tax, and gift tax are exempt for every company conducting business here. In order to manage the highly competitive tax rates, Anguilla’s government relies on custom duties and luxury tourism as the main incomes of the territory.

Being a reliable tax haven, Anguilla also provides businesses with nominee services without having to worry about the financial auditing or reporting process, along with another degree of confidentiality and privacy to an already exceptional offshore environment.

In Anguilla, Limited Liability Company (LLC) and International Business Company (IBC) are two of the most popular business structures. Both apply the same favorable tax rates, specifically:

  • Corporate tax rate: 0%
  • Income tax rate: 0%
  • Inheritance tax rate: 0%
  • Gift tax rate: 0%
  • Capital gains tax rate: 0%
  • Estate tax rate: 0%
  • Stamp duty rate: 0-5%.
  • Property tax rate: 0.75%
  • Land transfer tax rate: 5%
7. How to obtain a business license in Anguilla?

When starting a business in Anguilla, specific business licenses and permits are required by the law. The process of obtaining a business license in Anguilla may consume lots of time and effort from business owners.

The application for a business license in Anguilla for overseas investors normally include:

  • A filled out application
  • Business plan
  • Qualifications
  • Certificates and Articles of Incorporation
  • Police record within 6 months, passport
  • Provide at least 3 Character References or Testimonials other than your family members.
  • Statement of Financial Ability/ Bank Letter
  • A Due Diligence with your passport information.

Your application will be submitted to the Ministry of Finance for approval. Once the application is approved, the required Anguilla business license fees will be paid to the Inland Revenue Department (IRD). Upon receipt of payment, IRD issues a business license, which allows you to run your business legally in Anguilla.

By seeking advice and support from One IBC, getting an Anguilla business license will be much faster and easier. Contact us to learn more about incorporating and obtaining a business license in Anguilla.

8. Are Anguilla bearer shares permitted?

One of the most frequently asked questions by businesses when owning a company incorporated in Anguilla is “Are Anguilla bearer shares permitted?”. In Anguilla, International Business Companies (IBCs) can issue Anguilla bearer shares under the IBC ACT (R. S. A CI20). Anguilla bearer shares are subject to custodial services. The IBC Securities Depository Regulations provide that bearer shares are considered void if the shares are held by any person other than the legal custodian. The AML/CFT Regulations and Rules also mandate that the depository identify the beneficial owner of Anguilla bearer shares being held and maintain a register with the names and addresses of the beneficial owners of the shares.

In the case that a company may issue bearer shares, the owner of that company is the legal holder of the shares. Anguilla bearer shares are considered legal to use by individuals who wish to maintain privacy and anonymity, as long as they are not likely to be misused by those with malicious motives due to the ambiguity of them. As a result, the Anguilla Government is considering banning the issue of bearer warrants and requiring existing bearer stockholders to convert their bearer shares into common shares. This will increase transparency for companies in Anguilla and minimize the increasing illegal activities.

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