Anguilla is a British overseas territory in the Caribbean. It is one of the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles, lying east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and directly north of Saint Martin. Anguilla was first settled by Indigenous Amerindian peoples who migrated from South America. In 1980 Anguilla was finally allowed to formally secede from Saint Kitts and Nevis and became a separate British overseas territory. Since then Anguilla has been politically stable, and has seen a large growth in its tourism and offshore financing sectors.

Country: Anguilla
Population: 14,764
Capital: The Valley
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar
Language: English


£1499.00 + VAT

Services Included Year 1 Year 2 onwards
Incorporation Yes Nil
Accounting Data Address Yes Optional Extra
Director and Nominee Service Optional Extra Optional Extra

Estimated renewal costs in year two: £998.00

Details of Company (International Business Company – IBC):

  • It can have one or more subscribers and thereafter multiple shareholders.
  • Minimum of one member and director who may be individual or corporate.
  • No public disclosure of shareholders or directors.
  • No paid up Share Capital Requirement.
  • Accounts are required to be prepared and maintained but not filed.

A member of our banking team will be able to advise on a suitable offshore bank account for this Company formation. N.B. Banking does not have to be in the jurisdiction of incorporation and this cost can be reduced substantially by our placing of offshore banking in other overseas jurisdictions.

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