Why the Cayman Islands?
The Cayman Islands consists of a group of three islands in the Caribbean: Little Cayman, Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman. The main Island, Grand Cayman, is situated approximately 480 miles southeast of Miami.
The economy of the Islands is strong, enjoying full employment, with most of the revenue being derived from the financial services sector and tourism. Miami is one hour away by air, and the Island has direct air links with New York, Atlanta, Tampa, Houston and Jamaica. The Islands are a popular cruise ship stop.
The Cayman Islands-exempt company is the corporate vehicle of choice among international investment fund managers and investors. The popularity of the exempted company is principally a result of the Cayman Islands being rightly recognised as a stable jurisdiction for structuring international investments.
- Well regulated and sophisticated jurisdiction
- Excellent infrastructure, communications and banking facilities
- Modern corporate legislation
- The Cayman Registry offers total confidentiality and does not permit access to company information held on file via company searches
- The country has attracted more than 100,000 exempt entities, many aimed at international commerce
- English is the official language
Services offered in the Cayman Islands.
- Entity incorporation and management
- Day-to-day company administration including opening and operating bank accounts, issuing invoices, accounting and bookkeeping services
- Company secretarial services
- Provision of professional directors and nominee shareholders
- Registered office and virtual office services
- Accounting services
- Registered agent services
- Payroll services
- Process agent services