Being an Offshore Banking client means having privileged access to the complete financial and patrimonial service dedicated to private clients. With our Offshore Banking experience we offer an exclusive world of solutions that are always clear, aimed at realizing your objectives, always offering the best opportunities, and protecting and increasing your patrimony.
What are the advantages of your services? Why do I have to pay to open an account?
Opening an account Offshore is a much more complex process than what it is in your own country , where all you usually need to do is walk into the first bank at the end of your street with your ID card and 10 Euros. Offshore banks are much more careful when dealing with new clients who are not introduced by people they don’t already know. By using our introduction services, you can take advantage of the profound knowledge of our offshore professionals. We are able to offer neutral advice and objectives on which services and which bank best meet your needs, and then ensure that you are assigned to the best available official. And we will make certain that the opening procedure will be as quick and direct as possible. You can speak freely and truthfully with us about the reasons that induce you open an Offshore account and how you intend to use it. We are not a bank, nor do we own one, we offer objective advice to help you open the account that is right for your needs, in the bank that is more adapted to your client profile. We will assist you during the entire procedure of opening your account, whether you do y mail or in person, guiding you step by step until the account is open.
Doing Offshore banking is becoming more and more difficult because of the numerous international restrictions imposed on the banks by governments with the excuse of fighting against tax havens, terrorism and laundering money obtained through illicit trafficking. In fact, the only thing that governments want is the control of our money. For those who wish to know more, we have just finished publishing the revised second edition of “The Secrets of Offshore Banking. Operating in Security”.
Tfaced in his guide will introduce you to the world of offshore banking and parallel finances, debunking the illegality myth. Offshore: it literally means “outside of the territorial waters” or, on the banking level, a “financial operation carried out outside of the country of residence” (an extra-territorial operation).
The offshore industry is small and mysterious and manages more than sixty percent of the word’s capital.
However, to use offshore banks and private banks or to simply open an offshore account, it’s necessary to understand how the banks work and the restrictions currently in use due to international agreements made for the fight against laundering capital gained from illicit operations. For this reason, we have given ample space to the laws, regulations and recommendations of the bank control authorities, so that you can know the secrets of offshore banking and their “modus operandi”. The book explains how to choose your bank, how to operate your accounts, and if you really want, how to establish your own. An offshore bank is, in practice, a common bank which, paradoxically, has taken refuge in one of the various tax havens in order to not pay taxes, and operates offshore (extraterritorially) in order not have to give account of its earnings and operations in the State in which it was constituted. There are 320 Italian banks that have offices in tax havens, scattered over thirty countries. If it were illegal, why would they do it? It is well-known that offshore laws defend the interests of the investors of banks with offices in tax haven countries. No foreign State can receive information about a bank’s client without having first obtained a special authorization from a judge. Unfortunately, some countries and especially some judges, under international pressure, have abused this power and today it is more and more difficult to find an offshore bank that is truly “secure”. Legal authority should in theory be released only in the rare cases in which the client’s actions are considered legally relevant according to local legislation (usually drug trafficking or similar actions), but it is obviously difficult for judges in tax havens to determine the truthfulness of the accusations, and if crimes such as money laundering or similar crimes have been inserted into the rogatory, the magistrate can be led into error. When dealing with economic violations (non-payment of taxes in the country of residence, simple bankruptcy, contraband, tax evasion, and others), since these infractions are not punishable in most tax havens, the identity of the foreign client must be protected and no bank information can be released.
Various chapters discuss the theme of how and why the security of the information maintained by offshore banks is undermined in the present-day world economics system and how it can be defended, giving ample space to current legislation and regulations. The language is simple and easy to understand, and if you have problems understanding some of the terms there is a healthy glossary of technical terms in the last chapter.