Belize is an international offshore company jurisdiction, with many advantages for foreign investors. Opening a holding company in Belize
is a simple process and it involves the incorporation of an International Business Company or IBC.
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The characteristics of the holding company in Belize
The Belize International Business Company
is a type of legal entity that can be incorporated and used by foreign investors. Those who open an offshore company in Belize
and choose this type of company benefit from an easy setup process and low company administration requirements. Moreover, the IBC can be used as a holding company in Belize
The Belize holding company can be used for several purposes, however, a common use is to hold intellectual property rights or outstanding stock in other companies. The Belize holding will not provide services, but it will be used to store and manage the shares of other companies.
Investors who open a company in Belize can use it for various business purposes, however, entrepreneurs should remember that the activities of an offshore company are regulated and there are several permits or licenses that need to be obtained for some business purposes.
Belize company registration
Investors who open a holding company in Belize need to incorporate an International Business Company. This legal structure is exempt from taxation in Belize. This also means that there are no annual reporting or filing requirements.
Among the characteristics of the IBC we can list the following:
- it cannot be used to own real estate in Belize, but it can be used for real estate holding purposes;
- it can carry out business only with non-residents;
- some business activities, such as banking may only be carried out with a special license;
- it cannot issue shares or stock to Belize residents.
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