An International Business Company (IBC) is a company which is not subject to
taxes and does not regularly transact business with persons resident.
An IBC can be used for numerous purposes, including but not limited to:
provision of professional and consultancy services
establishing holding companies
international trading and investment
ownership of real property and land
ownership of intellectual property
licensing and franchising
the employment of staff working on overseas assignments
To incorporate an IBC:
1. Click here to complete a questionnaire form.
2. Click here to complete a due diligence form.
If the shareholder of the IBC is a corporate entity, a corporate
due diligence form must also be completed. Please click here
to complete a corporate due diligence form.
of International Business Companies (IBC's)
IBC's are permitted to have one director
Directors may be corporate entities or individuals
No requirements for a local director
No reporting requirements
(annual returns or financial statements)
Filing of names of directors and/or shareholders is optional
Filing of By-laws is optional
No minimum or maximum capital requirements
Shares may be voting or non-voting, may be issued with
or without par value, and multiple classes of shares
Registered or Bearer shares may be issued
No limitations on where or how meetings may be held
Exemption from taxes