Some people call the Cayman Islands an "offshore oasis". The average number of companies registered in one small building on the island is as high as 20,000. Cayman Islands is the gathering place of many well-known international enterprises, such as Coca-Cola, P&G, Intel, Facebook and other well-known enterprises have registered offshore companies in the Cayman Islands; Cayman Group accommodates the registration of well-known Internet enterprises at home and abroad, such as Alibaba, Qihu 360, Baidu, Lenovo, NetQin and Jingdong; Cayman has attracted 25 largest banks in the world to set up branches here. Institutions; The total assets of the island's financial and trust industries exceed $250 billion.
Hong Kong's financial market service standards, open to the world and highly integrated with international trade, also attract famous banks around the world to set up branches or branches in Hong Kong. Banks in Hong Kong are strictly regulated by the financial management, and the interests of customers are guaranteed. For enterprises and individuals engaged in professional investment or international trade, it is necessary to open a bank account in Hong Kong which can not only satisfy savings, but also facilitate the free transfer of funds.
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) was established in 2001 under the Australian Securities and Investment Commission Act (ASIC Act). The agency is an independent government department, and independently exercises regulatory functions for companies, investment activities, financial products and services in accordance with the law. The Australian Securities and Investment Commission is the regulator of the Australian banking, securities and foreign exchange retail industries.
Block chain licence
At present, Estonia has issued encrypted currency trading licences. Encrypted currency operations are licensed by other payment instruments (since 08.12.2017, it has been designated as "virtual value"). According to OECD, Estonia has one of the most competitive tax policies in the world. Estonia does not apply profit tax. Bitcoin and altcoins do not have to pay VAT.