Swiss accounts: how to open a Swiss bank account?
Swiss accounts are recognized as one of the most reliable and respected in the world. The richest and most famous people of the world keep their money in Switzerland. However,…

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Brunei Offshore: Will Brunei offshore jurisdiction suit you?
Offshore Brunei - a tiny state that bites into the territory of Malaysia and wins not only a place under the sun, but also millions of investments. The country has…

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Ways to prevent bankruptcy of commercial banks in Russia
During the years of the crisis, which has lasted since 2014, the financial and economic sector has been severely shaken. After the introduction of restrictive sanctions, the deterioration of the…

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Foreign banks in Argentina will be able to work without a license
The Argentine government is developing a new bill that will amend the Capital Markets Law. The main purpose of the new law is to attract foreign investment in the country.…

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Questions to ask a banker before investing

A private bank, managing other people’s assets rarely takes a large commission. Often we are talking about 1-2% per annum of the size of the assets. The proposal looks tempting, so not everyone asks additional questions.
A must. The fact is that in addition to the commission of the bank itself, there are additional commissions: the commission of the mutual fund, if your banker invests money in mutual funds; stock / bond storage fees; withdrawal fee, etc. Continue reading

Offshore World Bank Almanac – Canada

Canada is not a traditional offshore jurisdiction. Taxes in Canada are higher than in the US, and you are unlikely to open an account in Canada remotely without special knowledge and very long negotiations with dozens of banks. Very often, our clients who are interested in opening an account in a Canadian bank, after consultation, thank for the advice to open an account in a Canadian bank branch on one of the islands of West India, for example, on St. Kitts or Nevis. Continue reading

7 countries for offshore banking, which should avoid Russian-speaking immigrants from the United States

There may be a false opinion that once you are Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, or a representative of any other Russian-speaking country, by becoming an American you can still enjoy the privileges that are available to the entire Russian-speaking world. Of course, knowledge of the Russian language can open up more opportunities, and more precisely convenience when choosing the right offshore bank, but your residence permit and obligations that it imposes on you cannot be ignored. Continue reading