Updated on May 2017
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Our Offshore bank account opening service is available in: Hong Kong, Macau, Mauritius, Dubai, Switzerland but we also open offshore bank account time to time in Singapore, Estonia, Latvia, Cyprus, United Kingdom, Austria and Bahamas.
After exchanging with you, we will suggest you the best option and we will prepare your offshore bank account introduction.
Offshore business bank account in Hong Kong and Macau is obviously our main strength as we are living here.
Opening a Hong Kong offshore bank account is reserved to corporate entities (companies) as the private banking is requesting important deposits (often 3 million USD and always minimum 1 million USD).
Hong Kong is very strict and that’s the reason why Macau offshore bank account is becoming extremely interesting. You setup a Macau company, meet our bank expert and only 3 weeks later, you can start operations.
For Macau and Hong Kong you should visit the city and attend a bank interview.
We are working with one bank accepting to open corporate and private account without the need to travel there:
Why open an offshore account?
Diversification is the keyword, having your funds in a country where you do not live or work but which could be a safe shelter is a good precaution. Open an offshore account insure you freedom of transfer while preserving your privacy.
About Anonymous offshore bank account
The identity of the beneficial owner is always known by the bank. Whatever, if you use our nominees’ services, the bank will make certain that the ultimate beneficial owner of an anonymous offshore bank account is only known by them.
Offshore debit card
Most of the bank we are working with are offering offshore debit card. Most of them are printing the client name on the card. Offshore debit card allows you to withdraw cash with 350,000 ATM worldwide.
Offshore debit card shouldn’t be understood as offshore credit card (the one you use to shop). Although most of the bank are supplying such but with a deposit equivalent to the credit line.