International Day of Democracy 2020 is on Tuesday, September 15, 2020: Is there an international equivalent of a Delaware or Nevada corporation?
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 is International Day of Democracy 2020. In 2007 the United Nations General Assembly resolved to observe 15 September as the International Day of Democracywith the purpose of promoting and upholding the principles of democracyand invited all member states and organizations to commemorate the day in an appropriate manner that contributes to raising public awareness.
In 2007 the United Nations General Assembly resolved to observe 15 September as the International Day of Democracywith the purpose of promoting and upholding the principles of democracyand invited all member states and organizations to commemorate the day in an appropriate manner that contributes to raising public awareness.
Yes they are call international business company's. Here is one of the best countries to set up you company in that offers the best advantages and best security of country.
P.S. No longer is switzerland, Cayman Islands, a tax haven. This is one of the only 5 i will recomend right now. Good Luck
Dominica: Interntional Business Companies (IBC'S)
Requirements & Advantages
The Commonwealth of Dominica, better known as Dominica (which is different from the Dominica Republic) is an English speaking former British Colony, now a Constitutional Independent Democracy (1978), is located in the Eastern Caribbean. The Time Zone is + 1 hour EST and -4 hours GMT.
The International Business Companies Act was legislated on June 26 1996 (IBC Act). This Act offers progressive legislation with flexible company structures and efficient incorporation procedures. The privacy of shareholders is guaranteed under the Act at section 112. Overall, Dominica as an Offshore Business Center is among the best in the world, with highly competitive costs and quick incorporation.
The legal system, which is based on the British Common Law and a constitution which enshrines human rights and freedom, ensures the future political stability of the nation.
For purposes of this document, the term "Dominica International Business Company" has the same meaning as "Dominica IBC", "Dominican IBC", "Dominica Offshore Company", "Dominican Offshore Company", "Dominica Offshore Corporation", "Dominican Offshore Corporation" or "Dominica International Business Corporation", "Dominican International Business Corporation".
Dominica IBCs are exempt from all taxes for a minimum of twenty years. A Dominica company can be incorporated within 24 hours after receipt of funds and filled forms. The delivery of the documents varies depending on their final destination. FedEx will deliver to the US in one working day. The UK takes two working days and Australia, four working days.
Dominica Incorporation documents that have to be filed with the Registry include the Articles and Memorandum of Association. These documents must be filed in English or with an authenticated English translation.
There are still many company names available.
A company name must end with a word, phrase or abbreviation thereof which indicates Limited Liability.
You must maintain a registered office in Dominica and must appoint a Dominican resident as the registered agent. We provide these Dominica offshore services. We also provide Apostilles for the international legalization of your company documents.
We also will file all necessary documents with the Registry on your behalf.
A Dominica IBC is flexible regarding the capitalization, shareholders, directors and shares of the company.
* There is no minimum Authorized Share Capital requirement for Dominican companies.
* The maximum Share Capital has no limitation and does not affect the Registration Fee or the Annual Fees.
* Dominica Offshore Companies do not require more than one director
* One shareholder and one director are allowed. The same person can be the shareholder and director.
* A director does not have to be a shareholder.
* Directors and shareholders may be natural persons or corporate entities in Dominica companies.
* Shareholders and directors may be of any nationality and residents of any country.
* Shares can be issued with or without Par Value.
* Shares may be issued as Registered or Bearer form.
* For Dominica offshore incorporation, Nominee shareholders and directors are allowed and we can provide this service if required.
* There is no requirement for a secretary.
The IBC Act under Section 112 makes it an offence punishable by a fine of US $25,000.00 and imprisonment for two years for anyone including an auditor or official liquidator to reveal any information regarding a Dominica corporation, except by order of the Court, and solely relating to criminal activities.
The information on the Beneficial Owners is kept at the Registered Office and not available to the public.
We offer Nominee Services for Dominica corporations to provide for your further confidentiality and privacy.
* IBC shares may be issued in a variety of forms and classifications and may include: Par or No Par Value, voting or non-voting, Preferential or Common and Registered or Bearer form.
* Shares may be issued for money or for other valuable consideration.
* Shares may be issued in any currency.
Shareholders, Directors and Officers
* The minimum requirement for a Dominican Offshore Company is one shareholder and one director who may be the same person.
* Nominee Shareholders and directors are allowed and we can provide this service.
* There is no statutory requirement for a secretary or other officers for Dominican corporations; however, if officers are required they can also be directors and shareholders.
* Shareholders and directors may be of any nationality and reside in any country.
* Directors and shareholders may be either a natural person or a corporate entity.
Meeting of Shareholders and Directors
* A Dominican IBC does not need to hold an Annual General Meeting of its shareholders. If such a meeting is decided on, it may be held anywhere in the world and by any means including by telephone or other electronic means, once effective communication is ensured.
* Director's meetings are not required.
* When a meeting of shareholders or directors is held, a proxy may represent a shareholder or director and speak or vote on his behalf.
Taxation & Fees
* Law provides minimum twenty (20) years Tax Exemption for offshore companies beginning from the day of incorporation.
* Annual Fees are to be paid on the birthday of the company and every twelve (12) months thereafter.
* There are no dual Taxation Treaties with other countries, therefore no requirement for exchange of information with other Tax Authorities.
Corporate Books and Records
* There is no requirement to prepare or to file any accounts or financial statements.
* There is no requirement to appoint an auditor.
* Copies of the following documents must be kept at the Registered Office – Articles of Association, Memorandum of Association, and Certificate of Incorporation.
* A copy of the Register of Directors must be kept at the Registered Office of the IBC. The Register is not available to the public.
IBC Restrictions & Exemptions
An Offshore Company incorporated in the Commonwealth of Dominica, shall not:
* Do business with residents of Dominica.
* Own interest in real property in Dominica.
* Carry on business in banking or trust and insurance or re-insurance business except if the appropriate license is granted.
* Provide company management or registered offices for a Dominica Offshore Corporation.
Dominican IBC's May:
* Have professional contact with local lawyers, accountants, investment advisors etc.
* Hold meetings of shareholders and directors in Dominica.
* Own and manage sea vessels.
The name of a Dominica Offshore Company must end with a word or phrase or the abbreviation thereof which indicates Limited Liability. Examples are "Limited", "Ltd.", "Corporation", "Corp.", "Sociйtй Anonyme", and "S.A.".
The name of a Dominica Offshore Company shall not use a word or phrase which may suggest the patronage of Government such as "Government", "Govt", "National", "Royal", "Republic", "Commonwealth" or "Dominica".
The name of an IBC may not end with a word, a phrase or an abbreviation thereof such as Bank, Assurance, Building Society, Chamber of Commerce, Foundation, Trust etc., without special permission or license.
You do not have to come to Dominica to register your company in what is one of the best places to incorporate. With your instructions, we will do it all for you.
Will you recognize INTERNATIONAL WORKER'S DAY?! Did you know that these myths have been debunked?
Of course I do.
It's highly ironic the country where May Day originated is one of the few where people don't celebrate it.
May 1st, International Workers' Day, commemorates the historic struggle of working people throughout the world, and is recognized in every country except the United States, Canada, and South Africa. This despite the fact that the holiday began in the 1880s in the United States, with the fight for an eight-hour work day.
Socialism has been demonized for decades in the States and as a result they even have an alternative labor day. I'm hopeful real change will come soon. Thanks to the Internet more and more Americans are learning a thing or two about socialism and it's already having an effect.
A national telephone survey conducted in early April by Rasmussen Reports, the US polling company, discovered that only 53 percent of Americans believe capitalism to be superior to socialism. Twenty percent favor socialism and 27 percent are undecided.
Adults under 30, according to Rasmussen, were “essentially evenly divided: 37 percent prefer capitalism, 33 percent socialism, and 30 percent are undecided.”
These results lift the veil on a reality the US establishment feverishly seeks to conceal: the existence of a deeply-felt popular opposition to the existing economic system and social conditions.
The Rasmussen findings, under the ideological conditions that prevail in America, are a stunning refutation of the official manufactured public opinion. To the extent that socialism is understood as the opposite of capitalism, it is viewed favorably by substantial sections of the population.
Despite all the efforts to brutalize American society and render the population callous and indifferent to the suffering and plight of others, the recent poll reveals that the broad masses of the people have an elemental socialistic orientation. They oppose injustice, they support social equality and democracy, their sympathies lie with the downtrodden.
The capitalist media believes in its own reality and its infinite ability to manipulate and shape public opinion. In fact, other processes are taking place, with ultimately revolutionary implications. Leon Trotsky offered a far more profound view of the changes in consciousness that occur in a time of crisis: “Scientific socialism is the conscious expression of the unconscious historical process; namely, the instinctive and elemental drive of the proletariat to reconstruct society on communist beginnings. These organic tendencies in the psychology of workers spring to life with utmost rapidity today in the epoch of crises and wars.”
Social development has an inexorable logic. At the very moment when popular sentiment is shifting to the left, against capitalism, the remnants of the liberal-left around the Nation magazine proclaim the virtual impossibility of “reimagining socialism,” much less realizing it. These social elements, deeply conservative in their outlook and wedded to the economic status quo, will fiercely oppose the growth of a mass socialist movement in the US. That is the elemental instinct of their class, the privileged petty bourgeois.
The poll conducted by Rasmussen is cause for genuine optimism. For the same reason, while the poll’s uncovering of socialist sympathies in the population has created a stir in ultra-right circles, it has gone largely unreported in the major media. If Rasmussen, run by a right-wing evangelical Christian, meant the poll as a wake-up call, the phone was promptly hung up.
International trade/ Logstics?
Look to International banks they need people like you in Trade Finance. I would recommend the below in your area and upload your c.v.
Working with freight fwds and import houses are a deadend job. You will spend your life working in a bureacratic environment and at best be promoted to a sales manager position.
Banks are solid with policies and procedures where democracy is more prevalent. I know cause I worked in Trade Finance and Corporate Banking and Started coincidently in a Freight forwarding business based in the Middle East.
I reached a Senior Corporate Bankers position and got tonnes of training courses and international exposure in conferences as well just because I moved to banking. its tough work but you will enjoy it with good pay.
Best of luck and have a nice day.