30-Apr-2015

Benefits of Cayman for Canadian Captives

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The Cayman Islands has, over the past four decades, established itself as a respected international financial centre, based on a platform of English Common Law, transparency, and strong infrastructure.

Benefits of Cayman for Canadian Captives

  • Familiar corporate structures
  • Politically stable
  • Respect for Rule of Law, due process, superior corporate law and a highly efficient court system, with final court of appeal the Privy Council in London
  • Tax neutral with no capital gains, property, income or estate taxes
  • Business friendly environment – Cayman promotes legal and commercial certainty
  • Aa3 sovereign debt rating by Moody’s
  • Global client base of international companies, financial institutions and Governments
  • Cayman has worked with the IMF, OECD, FATF and others to create a stable, well-regulated financial system
  • Strong proponent of risk-based, appropriate, non-intrusive, sensible regulation that is proportionate to the identified risks, regulatory impact and benefit/cost analysis
  • Cayman views appropriate regulation and international co-operation as the key drivers of commercial success, not an impediment to it
  • Cayman takes tough stance against tax evasion, corruption and money-laundering
  • The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority is a member of Offshore Group of Insurance Supervisors (OGIS)
  • Cayman has an established Tax Information Authority which coordinates requirements of the tax cooperation arrangements
  • Cayman has 35 signed bilateral tax information exchange agreements
  • Cayman is on the OECD White List of compliant jurisdictions
Find out why Cayman is perfect for your Canadian captive at www.caymancaptive.ky, or follow us on Twitter at @caymancaptive.

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