Anguilla

Anguilla, the most northerly of the Caribbean Leeward Islands, has a landmass of 91 sq. km and was originally inhabited by, and was an important home island to, the Arawak Indians, an indigenous Caribbean race. Numerous significant artifacts have recently been unearthed which establish the Fountain (a fresh water underground spring) and other Island sites as important archaeological finds which now draw substantial international interest. The British established control of Anguilla in the late 1600's, prevailing in numerous skirmishes with other European powers throughout the colonial period, so that today Anguilla is a British Dependent Territory.

Key Corporate Features & Requirements

 
General
  • Type of entity: International Business Company (IBC)
  • Type of law: Common
  • Shelf Companies available: Yes
  • Time to establish a new company: 3-5 days
  • Corporate taxation: Nil
  • Double taxation treaty access: No
  • Standard currency: US$ (Dollars)
  • Permitted currencies: Any
 
Directors
  • Minimum number: One
  • Local required: No
  • Publicly accessible records: No
  • Location of meetings: Anywhere
 
Shareholders
  • Minimum number of shareholders: One
  • Publicly accessible records: No
  • Location of meetings: Anywhere
 
Secretary
  • Company Secretary required is Optional
  • Local or qualified: No
 
Accounts
  • Requirement to prepare: Yes
  • Audit requirements: No
  • Requirement to file accounts: No
  • Publicly accessible accounts: No
 
Other
  • Requirement to file annual return: No
  • Change in domicile permitted: Yes




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