Press Release: October 17, 2015
Mossack Fonseca’s team of executives can quickly and efficiently help you find the option that best suits your needs. If you require information about the most suitable alternative when it comes to choosing a company formation jurisdiction, our expertise and knowledge will be your best business allies.
Ask about the advantages the following jurisdictions have to offer:
• British Virgin Islands
• British Anguilla
• Costa Rica
• Hong Kong
• Nevada, USA
• New Zealand
• Republic of Panama
• Ras Al Khaimah
• The Bahamas
• The Netherlands
• United Kingdom
• Wyoming, USA
Some of the advantages of choosing Mossack Fonseca as Registered Agent include:
Reduced costs and increased response times
We can incorporate and manage Private Interest Foundations
Our offices are supported by secure, state-of-the-art technology that is upgraded continually
Our clients have web-based access to all the services contracted with Mossack Fonseca, being able to follow up on requests and check on the status of their accounts and payments.
The strategic location of our offices in key world business capitals allows Mossack Fonseca to constantly meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.
Companies can conduct business in any country and carry out transactions in any chosen currency.
We offer jurisdictions that are tax exempt regarding any commercial activity or operation carried out outside its jurisdiction.
To obtain information about any of the key jurisdictions we offer and where we have local offices, please contact the Mossack Fonseca service provider nearest you.
Panama Private Foundations
Based on the model for family and mixed foundations, created by the Principality of Liechtenstein in 1926, the Republic of Panama adapted this European model by combining the traits of Panamanian corporations and the benefits afforded by trusts to establish a more modern and convenient vehicle, known today as the Private Foundation.
Private Foundations offer clear advantages in terms of asset protection, personal and family asset planning and they suitably and efficiently aid in carrying out transactions.
The Seychelles Foundation is the latest addition to our Seychelles financial services portfolio. Seychelles Foundations are separate legal entities that may own assets in their own right.
Once the founder transfers assets to a foundation, those assets become the sole property of that foundation with full legal and beneficial title and ownership and do not form part of the founder’s personal estate.
The structure of the Seychelles Foundation is quite similar to that of the Panama Foundation, the latter also being a highly flexible separate legal entity that may be used for asset protection, estate plans or inheritance matters.
Seychelles’ growing economy provides an ideal environment for the establishment of foundations. The law that governs the creation of Private Foundations in this jurisdiction is the Foundation Act, which came into force in 2009.
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