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    • Alderney has well developed jurisdiction and infrastructure for providing online gambling services and products with different licenses and certificates that provide with various business operating opportunities. Learn more
    • Costa Rica is an independent country located in Central America and is bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Caribbean Sea to the east, Panama to the southeast and Pacific Ocean to the west. Costa Rica is popular for the low company setup expenses and absence of online gambling regulation and licenses. Learn more
    • Curaçao is one of the oldest and most politically stable providers of regulated eGaming services. Learn more
    • El Salvador is a country on the Pacific Coast of Central America. It’s development strategy is based on a policy of openness to international trade and investment, therefore this country has an open attitude towards foreign direct investments. Learn more
    • The location of Gibraltar and the important role of Tourism in its economy prompted the Government to look into gambling as a new source of revenue. Gibraltar has been one of the pioneers in relation to the licensing and regulation of online gambling services. Learn more
    • Although, Isle of Man is under British dependency, it is self-governing and not bound by the laws of the UK. The Island is famous as a low tax economy with zero capital gains tax, wealth tax, stamp duty, or inheritance tax. Also, the island is extremely favorable for business as it has 0% Corporate Income Tax. It is considered as a banking and financial services hub with tourism also making a significant contribution to the economy. Learn more
    • Malta is part of the European Union which makes it a very attractive jurisdiction to obtain a gambling license in. It comes with tax incentives and an expert work force. Learn more
    • Recently a new regulation framework has been approved that sets out a requirement of authorization for providing services of the exchange of virtual currency against a fiat currency and provision of a virtual currency wallet service. Learn more
    • As of January 2018, a new regulatory framework for Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is becoming operational. Companies, that operate in or from Gibraltar within the field of virtual currency exchange are required to apply for DLT License under HM Government of Gibraltar. Learn more
    • Recently, a lot of project developers and businesses have drawn their attention to cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICO) in order to raise capital for various types of projects. Starting your ICO company in Estonia is a great choice due to the local remote maintenance administrative tools, which mean minimal bureaucracy level, and due to the absence of any specific regulation on ICOs by the Estonian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA). However, it is highly recommended that ICO Companies completed an analysis of their planned activity in order to clarify whether the particular ICO project complies with Estonian legislation. Learn more
    • As of April 1, 2017, the amended Payment Services Act came into effect and as of that moment operators of Virtual Currency exchange business are required to be registered with the Japanese Financial Services Agency. Learn more
    • Increasing popularity of token offerings/ICO companies reflected in the guidance of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) of August 1, 2017. According to the latest announcement of its regulatory position regarding tokens, MAS provides two routes, the choice of which will depend on details of particular business. Learn more
    • In Switzerland cryptocurrencies and exchanges are legal, and the country has adopted a remarkably progressive stance towards cryptocurrency regulations. Learn more
    • Starting your Crypto Exchange company in the UK is a great choice due to the absence of any specific regulation of the industry by the Financial Conduct Authority. However, it is highly recommended that Crypto Exchange Companies completed an analysis of their planned activity in order to clarify whether the particular Crypto Exchange project complies with the legislation of the United Kingdom. Learn more
    • Bulgaria is the best solution for applicant who prefer to direct their business to the European Union market, as well as the markets of central and Eastern Europe. The activities of Bulgarian licensed entities are supervised by Financial Supervision Commission of Bulgaria (FSC) and governed by Financial Supervision Commission Act and the MiFID Directive. Learn more
    • The Cayman Islands are located in western Caribbean, and are known as one of the major financial centers in the world. In contrast to classic offshore jurisdiction, Cayman financial services industry is well-regulated thus having very positive reputation among investors. Learn more
    • Cyprus is a resilient and dynamic business center, offering a business-friendly, international and cost-effective environment for the operating companies in this jurisdiction. Also, it is a well-regulated EU member state, combines tax efficient features of a modern financial center with the necessary infrastructure for the investment fund industry. Learn more
    • For individuals and corporations seeking to enter the securities and futures markets of Hong Kong, the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) is the gatekeeper of standards, administrating the SFO (Securities & Futures Ordinance). SFO stipulates regulated activity and provides detailed definition for each of them, Type 9 license covers the provision of a service to manage a portfolio of securities or futures contracts for another person. Learn more
    • Labuan offshore company is a good base for starting Fund Management business. Licensed Labuan Fund Manager is authorized to provide management and administrative services (managing client’s discretionary accounts, acquire or dispose a portfolio of securities), advise on investments, deal in securities. Learn more
    • Luxembourg is one of the most experienced and dynamic global investment fund centers in Europe. The success of the country can be attributed to political stability, the encouragement to foreign capital and investment, favorable and well-defined legislation, availability of multilingual staff and professional expertise. Learn more
    • New Zealand has become a preferred destination for foreign investors searching for a well-reputed onshore jurisdiction with a favorable environment for establishing an entity allowed to provide a wide range of financial services. Learn more
    • Switzerland is widely known as one of the most reputable and business-friendly jurisdictions. A company can be authorized to conduct portfolio management by a local non-governmental organization – “Association Romande des Intermédiaires Financiers” which acts on behalf of Financial Markets Authority. Learn more
    • The Bahamas is an attractive location for Payment Service Providers’ (PSP) institutions for a number of reasons. Due to the great number of advantages, the amount of licensed Payment Service Providers (PSP) in Bahamas has significantly grown over the past few years. Learn more
    • Belize provides possibility for financial service providers to obtain different financial licenses with local Regulator - IFSC. Belize licensed entities enjoy high level of confidentiality, tax exemption and other benefits of modern and user-friendly offshore legislation. Learn more
    • Electronic Money Institution (EMI) is a legal entity which can issue and distribute electronic money and provide payment services. Learn more
    • Payment Service Provider authorization issued by the National Bank of Georgia allows a legal entity to manage payment systems within the territory of Georgia and to provide services stipulated in the Law of Georgia on payment systems and payment services. Learn more
    • Labuan, a special region of Malaysia which addresses mainly to offshore companies and which provides an attractive taxation system, offers several types of banking licenses available for both local and foreign investors who want to establish a bank in this location. Learn more
    • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines grants fair opportunities for setting up an International Bank as well as provides great business advantages – Banks are exempt from any taxes. Registration of International banks is governed by the International Banks Act of 2004 and Regulations. Supervision body for International banks is the Financial Services Authority. Learn more
    • Issue of the International Bank license and regulation of the business activities undertaken by the licensees fall under the International Banking Act of 2002 and are controlled by the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu. Learn more
    • Bahamas Dealing in security license authorizes a company to act as intermediary in the execution of securities transactions for clients, and trade in securities as principal with the intention of reselling these securities to the public. Learn more
    • Belize is an economically and financially stable country and is a great place for forex broker companies since it is one of the most known offshore jurisdictions with a well-developed legal framework. Learn more
    • British Virgin Islands (BVI) often referred to as “offshore tax heaven” is one of the most popular forex jurisdictions due to absence of profit, corporation and capital gains tax. Learn more
    • Bulgaria has a strategic location, allowing investors to access the entire EU and the markets of central and Eastern Europe. Bulgaria has a predictable and stable economy and government, and boasts the lowest corporation tax in the EU at only 10%. In order to provide brokerage services it is required to become an Investment Intermediary regulated by the Financial Supervision Commission of Bulgaria. Learn more
    • The Cayman Islands are located in western Caribbean, and are known as one of the major financial centers in the world. In contrast to classic offshore jurisdiction, Cayman financial services industry is well-regulated thus having very positive reputation among investors. Learn more
    • Cook Islands offers three types of licenses for international companies with different business activities. Combined license is the one to be chosen if you wish to conduct Forex brokerage business. Learn more
    • Cyprus offers a very well established environment for a Forex broker firm. It is a well-known and is one of the top choices in the EU for acquiring of a financial license. It follows very strict rules and regulations as implemented by the financial services authority of Cyprus (CySEC – The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission). Learn more
    • The Fiji Islands are located in region of Oceania. Company in Fiji is an excellent way for international entrepreneurs to conduct business in one of the world's most rapidly growing economies. In contradistinction to classic offshore jurisdiction, Fiji Islands are having very positive reputation among investors. Learn more
    • Securities & Futures Ordinance defines 10 different types of regulated activities. Type 3 license for Leveraged Foreign Exchange trading allows a Licensed Corporation to buy or sell foreign exchange for clients on a margin basis. Learn more
    • Labuan serves as an attractive place for setting up forex brokerage business in the Malaysia region and provides relatively favourable corporate taxes. Learn more
    • Mauritius GBL license makes a company authorized to act as intermediary in the execution of securities transactions for clients, and trade in securities as principal with the intention of reselling these securities to the public. Learn more
    • There is a unique type of license called Financial Service Provider or FSP in New Zealand, which is considered a well-reputed onshore jurisdiction, therefore, it is not blacklisted by any country around the world or any foreign financial institution. Moreover, it is a member state of the OECD and WTO. Learn more
    • Business in St. Vincent is well-known unregulated Forex jurisdiction with its’ tax-exempted entities, with strong asset protection structure and high level of confidentiality. Learn more
    • The Financial Services Board of South Africa (FSB) is a supervisory body of financial services industry in South Africa under the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act 37 of 2002 (FAIS Act). The company that intends to conduct Forex business on a discretionary basis must obtain a Category II Discretionary FSP license with FSB. Learn more
    • Vanuatu is a great place for launching forex brokerage company due to its low capital requirements and variety of tax benefits. Learn more
    • A credit token business under Labuan Law is defined as any business where a token, being a cheque, card, voucher, stamp, booklet, coupon, form or other document or thing is given or issued to a person by the person carrying on the business. Learn more
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