How To Avoid Bank Failure By Going Offshore

How To Avoid Bank Failure By Going Offshore

Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia When times are good, we rarely concern ourselves with worst-case scenarios. But when times get tough, that’s almost all some people can see. In good times, we trust institutions like banks to protect our money and – for those with...
Are Offshore Banks Safe and Secure?

Are Offshore Banks Safe and Secure?

Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Are offshore banks safe? In short – generally, yes. Though this blanket statement would do little to relax you. I could also tell you that during the Great Recession, US Banks were merely the 40th safest in the world and they...
4 Corporate Tax Systems for Offshore Companies

4 Corporate Tax Systems for Offshore Companies

Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Someone recently sent us a message on social media saying that, after listening to all the good things I’ve said about Georgia over the years, they’ve decided to incorporate their business there. What a terrible idea. The problem is...
Is Hong Kong Safe for Business and Banking?

Is Hong Kong Safe for Business and Banking?

Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Ever since the protests in Hong Kong, I have heard from many viewers and even clients who all have the same question: Is Hong Kong safe? Is it still a safe place to bank or do business? While the media may paint the situation as very...
Bank Offshore in the Cook Islands with CSB Bank

Bank Offshore in the Cook Islands with CSB Bank

Guest Contributor: Gerard Field is the CEO of Capital Security Bank and has lived in the Cook Islands for the past two years. He is also a Director of the Financial Services Development Authority, a Cook Islands government organization tasked with promoting the island...
Offshore Trusts: The Ultimate Guide

Offshore Trusts: The Ultimate Guide

Dateline: Bogota, Colombia A friend of mine received a postcard in the mail the other day. It didn’t come with a beautiful picture of the beach or a panoramic view of a bustling city skyline. No, much to their disappointment, this postcard was covered from front to...