A British Territory
The Caribbean island of Anguilla is officially part of Britain. As such, it is politically stable. The island has earned a reputation as an international financial-services centre.
Anguilla adheres to English common law.
The country’s professional infrastructure is solid, its telecommunications system world-class. The leading accounting firms are represented on the island.
Neutral Tax Environment
Anguilla is a tax-neutral country. This translates to no direct taxation—no income, capital gains, and estate taxes, for example. The law applies to individuals and corporations and to Anguilla residents and non-residents alike.
United Trust judges Anguilla to be a safe jurisdiction for financial business.