Baltic Banking Inside Track
Latvia is perhaps the hottest place to open a corporate offshore bank account these days. But not everybody trusts former Russian Communist bankers to look after their money, specially following the spectacular failure of Paritate Bank which specifically targeted the PT market. Before you invest thousands of dollars, spend $50 to benefit from our researchers' experiences on the ground there, and their independent advice. Find out the answers to these questions:
- How safe is it really
- We say it's safe, if you follow our advice.
- Which banks are the best, and which to avoid.
- One Latvian company on the net which pretends to be a bank but isn't – and worse, it "loses" depositors' money.
- What can we learn from the failure of Paritate, a Latvian bank owned by US citizens?
- How stable are other Latvian banks? And where do the Latvians themselves bank?.
- The anonymous numbered debit card: like an Austrian Sparbuch, only it works internationally – we review and reveal all. Learn where to open this account, even by mail, without paying fortunes to intermediaries. Save many times the cost of this report!
- The anonymous numbered wire transfer account and how you can open one.
- How to get secured credit cards by mail from Latvia.
- Dos and don't s when making large cash transactions.
- Do account opening papers have to be notarized? Are there ways around it?
- The best internet banking facilities.
- Estonia signs the Hague Convention: a big benefit for PT bankers!
- Estonian tax-free companies reviewed.
- Lithuania is not known for high finance, but are there opportunities there?
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Looking for an offshore bank account in the Caribbean, or even your own offshore bank? Before you send money, read the independent advice contained in this report:
- Recent court decisions in Florida against Visa and American Express offshore cards. We tell you what it means for invisible investors and suggest alternatives.
- We review two highly recommended issuers of offshore secured credit cards in the region, and explain why a third didn't get it quite right despite the fanfare.
- A reliable bank on St Vincent that's great for opening plain vanilla corporate accounts with debit cards.
- A little known Luxembourg-owned bank in the Caribbean which offers extremely high quality sophisticated services (including online access to world markets) for the investor who deals in larger sums.
- A discreet little bank in the Cayman Islands which keeps things simple.
- Where can you get the best deals on IBCs and why you need one – or more!
- Will the last IBC director to leave the Bahamas please remember to turn out the lights.
- Which Caribbean countries are most likely to sell you out to other governments, and more importantly which will try the hardest to keep greedy foreign bureaucrats and lawyers away from your hard-won assets!.
- Other recommended, trustworthy and good value PT-friendly businesses on the major islands.
- PLUS EXTRA BONUS: how a maildrop on certain Caribbean islands can qualify you a merchant account at a major European bank!.
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Western European Banking Secrets
With the introduction of the single currency, and increasing pressure from alphabet soup institutions (OECD, FATF, EU, USA etc) it's good to know that there is still some modicum of banking secrecy (aka respect for personal property) left in mainland Europe. If Latvia is not your cup of tea, maybe you can remain under the radar and benefit from sophisticated western European banking services. You will learn:
- Which Scandinavian bank still flies sales staff to Latin America ("drug countries" according to the US) looking for new account holders, offers mail order and internet banking and doesn't ask for notarizations or references of any sort (minimum deposit $1000).
- A different, major Scandinavian bank that pays lip service to the US government on its website, but acts very differently in practice!
- How, even in this day and age, you can open a Luxembourg bank account by mail, in any major currency, with no minimum deposit. Contact details included.
- Have the Austrians forgotten their centuries-old respect for banking secrecy, now that the Sparbuch has gone?.
- Andorra always stayed below the radar by not being explicitly offshore. Now we reveal exactly how you can open an account there without references, notarizations or even an address... provided you are not Spanish or French.
- Maltese banking has moved away from its offshore emphasis recently, but we refer you to a couple of banks which still open accounts by mail. A reliable former English colony which is streets ahead of Cyprus when it comes to secret banking.
- A little-known legal trick whereby your nearest German Embassy will help you open an account (personal or business) in Germany with no reporting requirements and without telling the host government!
- PLUS FREE BONUS: Offshore Banking in Israel: here's a nation with a long tradition of respect for wealth and privacy, but with enough political clout to withstand onslaughts by the EU tax-police. Non-resident banking is marketed mainly to Jewish clients, but they are happy to take deposits including cash from gentiles too. Contact details included.
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