Isle of Man – New Manx Vehicle
Attractive characteristics of the NMV include:
- Minimum of one Director (and this may be a Corporate Director)
- Simpler filing requirements
- Relaxed accounting requirements for the distribution of dividends
This allows the Isle of Man NMV a greater flexibility for International trade and allows for a simple accounting test for the distribution of profits to the owners of the company.
The benefits of an Isle of Man NMV include:
Zero corporation tax – profits on a company are taxed at 0% (banking and insurance business are taxed at 10%).
Zero capital gains tax – on the sale of the holdings no tax will be paid on the capital gain.
Zero inheritance tax – property held within an Isle of Man company will not pay any inheritance tax in the estate of the ultimate owner.
Zero stamp duty – in certain cases stamp duties on the transfer of the property/holdings can also be mitigated.
VAT registration – an Isle of Man company can register for VAT for EU trade and sales.
The Isle of Man has a first class reputation as a well regulated international business and finance centre and is easily accessible from London and Dublin.
Isle of Man Limited Company (2006 Act)
– Company requirements
General company information
- Type of law – Common
- Type of entity – Limited
- Time of incorporate – 2 days
- Corporate taxation – 0% (Banking & Insurance companies – 10%)
- Minimum government fees – £360
- Minimum number – One (and can be Corporate)
- Local Directors required? – No
- Public records – Yes
- Location of meetings – Worldwide
- Required – No
- The act removes the requirement for authorised share capital.
- The NMV has a very flexible regime for shares.
- Requirement to prepare – Yes
- Requirement to audit – No, some exceptions
- Requirement to file – No, save in relation to taxation
- Public access – No
- Minimum number – One
- Location of meetings – Worldwide
- Publicly accessible records – Optional
- Transfer of Domicile permitted – Yes
- Annual Return required – Yes
For further information, please contact one of our agents and we would be pleased to discuss your requirements further.
Advantages of Isle of Man
Benefits to set up your business in the Isle of Man
IOM holding and investment company
Commercial and intellectual property
A company incorporated in the Isle of Man can be highly advantageous for holding investment portfolios including commercial property. The Island has signed the Paris Convention on Patents and Trademarks and an Isle of Man company is therefore also suitable for holding intellectual property.
Lately and due to the recent legislation, the Isle of Man is an excellent jurisdiction for those wishing to get engaged in Cryptocurrency Business.
The IOM and UK
The Isle of Man has a customs and excise agreement with the UK under which the two territories are effectively treated as one territory for customs duties, most excise duties and value-added tax.
Advantages Isle of Man – the IOM and EU trade
TBA can also help you set up an Isle of Man Foundation or assist you with the formation and registration of an Isle of Man Trust.
The TBA Associates experts will enable you to make the right decisions, while you receive constant guidance as you need it, during the process while helping you understand the advantages of Isle of Man.
The team will assist you in planning and implementing strategies that will enable you to conduct your financial affairs with absolute confidentiality in an environment free from adverse tax laws.
Our company licensing services
— What we do and do not do
Our company is EXCLUSIVELY engaged in assisting worldwide clients, either individuals or corporate entities, to get duly and properly licensed with local Regulators and Financial Authorities to get respective official licenses to legally carry out their cryptocurrency or financial related business activities.
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