Offshore St Vincent and Grenadines

Benefits of St Vincent Offshore Company:


Bank account for St Vincent offshore company: Euro Pacific Bank, Belize Bank International, Pacific Private Bank, Atlantic International Bank.

St Vincent offshore company registration in 5 steps:


STEP 1: Place your order 

STEP 2: Pay the fee for St Vincent offshore company formation

STEP 3: Our Project Manager contacts you and requests that you send the necesary documents

STEP 4: You receive foundation documents from us

STEP 5: You are able to start your business

Customer satisfaction rate:


Documents required for St Vincent offshore company formation: certified copy of passport or ID card, proof of address (not older than three months), business plan, CV.

St Vincent Offshore Company:

Legal form


Duration of establishment

7 – 10 days

Register of executives

Not publicly accessible

Register of shareholders

Not publicly accessible

Registered capital

10,000 USD

Minimum paid-up capital


Minimum number of shareholders


Minimum number of executives


Non-residents allowed as executives / legal person

Yes / Yes

Registered agent / seat required

Yes / Yes

Local company secretary required


Local General Assembly required

No (anywhere in the world)

Submission of financial statements


Submission of annual reports


Mandatory audit


Required tax return


Taxation of income


Possibility to use a Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement


About Offshore St Vincent


Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an Anglo-Caribbean country in the British West Indies. Its 389 km2 (150 sq mi) territory consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines, which are a chain of 32 smaller islands including Saint Vincent.

Kingstown is the capital and main port. Saint Vincent has a British colonial history, and is now part of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, CARICOM, the British Commonwealth of Nations, the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).

St. Vincent is a parliamentary democracy with laws based on English common law. The language of government, commerce, as well as its principal spoken language is English.

The country has strong economic ties with the United States, Canada, China, members of the European Community and other countries in the Eastern Caribbean.