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|In Gibraltar there is no capital gains tax, wealth tax, sales tax, Estate duty, or value added tax and Non-Resident companies can take advantage of a number of offshore regimes. Additionally, no tax is payable on dividends, on interest paid to resident individuals, on interest paid to non-residents, and on dividends between Gibraltar company|
|Company type||Private Company Limited by shares.|
|Governing corporate legislation||Gibraltar companies are regulated under the Gibraltar Companies Ordinance 1930. The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission is the governing authority.|
|Information published relating to company officers||The names of company officers appear on public record. Nominee officers can be used to avoid the client's name appearing.|
|Accounting requirement||Accounts and tax filing must be submitted every year.|
|Taxation||The tax rate is 10% as from 1st of January 2011. This rate of tax will be levied on company profits which derive in or accrue in Gibraltar.|
|Legislation||Modern offshore legislation.|
|Time to form||Gibraltar has a fast and efficient registry: 1 week formation time.|
|Stability||Very stable jurisdiction with an excellent reputation.|
|Communication||Efficient communication means.|
|Time zone||Convenient time zone: GMT+1|
|Paid up capital requirement||No paid up capital requirement.|
|Basis of legal system||Under Common Law.|
|Minimum directors/shareholders||Minimum of 1 director and 1 shareholder.|
|Bearer shares||Bearer shares are not permitted.|
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE CREATION OF THE COMPANY
A certified copy of your passport, a proof of domicile dated less than three months, a letter of reference from your bank (all in original) as well as a signed business plan and curriculum vitae.
Gibraltar is a British overseas territory which has been a United Kingdom possession since 1704. It is located in Southern Europe, more specifically in the south of Spain, on the edge of the Strait of Gibraltar, which links the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean. A large part of this territory is covered by the enormous Rock of Gibraltar. Gibraltar has 28,000 inhabitants.
The country is part of the European Union and, for this reason, companies registered in Gibraltar benefit from all of the advantages of a European company, but with a far lower tax rate.