Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Secure A Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Banking License
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Advantages of a Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Banking License
In recent years, increasingly complex regulations and erosion of financial privacy rights in major financial centers such as the United States and the European Union have continued to drive the offshore banking industry. Billions of dollars are kept on deposit in offshore banks, even as certain jurisdiction have increased their focus on Anti-Money Laundering controls – which has only enhanced the legitimacy of offshore banking. However, with this industry push towards great transparency has come to a tremendous market opportunity to start an offshore bank as the majority of banks have stopped accepting international and/or traditional high-risk banking clients.
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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Banking License Cost & Set-Up Fees
|License||International Bank License|
|Time to License||3 to 4 Months|
|Capital Requirement||Approx. $50,000|
|Tax Structure||Zero (0%) Percent Tax on Offshore Profits|
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Benefits of a Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Banking License
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an independent parliamentary democracy located in the Eastern Caribbean with a stable, robust banking system. While the Eastern Caribbean dollar is the nation’s official currency, the United States dollar and all major international currencies are also widely recognized and accepted.
For nearly twenty years, the small island nation flirted with the prospect of becoming an offshore financial services center. And while its economy is largely dependent on tourism, the financial services sector is a significant contributor to its economic growth, making it a perfect environment to obtain a Saint Vincent and the Grenadines banking license.
The Financial Landscape of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an ideal location to open an offshore bank account. With the United States and European Union experiencing complicated regulations and financial privacy rights, the offshore banking industry in places like Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has flourished. Additionally, The International Financial Services Authority has made marked strides toward developing a robust framework in banking, insurance, and mutual fund spaces.
Obtaining an International banking license in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines covers all related banking activities, including accepting deposits and issuing debit cards. The licensure is recognized worldwide, is cost-effective, and quickly obtained.
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The Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Banking License Package Includes :
- Formation of Saint Vincent International Business Corporation
- Facilitate bankcard relationship with Visa & Mastercard
- Facilitate IBAN/SWIFT and correspondent bank relationship
- Provide for required physical presence and local director
Also Includes the Preparing and Drafting of…
- Shareholder & officer agreements
- Narrative business plan
- Five-year financial projections
- Current financial statements
- Personal financial statements for owners
- Letters naming principal representative and auditor
- Required bank charter and prospectus
- Application with Saint Vincent FSC
- Responses to FSC application inquiries
- Policy agreements and related documents
- Bank deposits, loans, and related agreements