company types

Mainland Company

A Mainland Company offers the opportunity to work with government entities and allows you to get a full market entry.

Depending of the country there are different types of licenses that offers key benefits if you want maximum freedom and flexibility for your business.

A Mainland company has the ability to trade internationally and expand your presence and ability to diversify your offerings. The compliance process at the banks is far easier and very quick to incorporate.


Free Zone Company

Free zone companies are the ideal vehicle to start getting into new markets. It is for the company who wish to setup a base for their international imports/re-exports or do business within the same free zone. Free Zone offer the ideal structure for a gateway to the Middle East, Africa and South Asian markets.

The Free Zone license can be incorporated with or without physical office. In many zones, the authorities act as a one-stop shop, cutting related red tape and simplifying administrative procedures and a regulatory incentive as an exemption from limits on foreign ownership.


Offshore Companies

If you are looking for a minimal bureaucracy, tax advantages and confidentiality the Offshore Company can be the ideal solution. Depending of the jurisdiction, they offer multiple advantages. Offshore Companies can be owned by individuals, corporations and can be under 100% foreign ownership.

In certain counties Offshore Company is not eligible for tax and therefore an effective ways to enhance wealth through a reduction of taxation obligation. Offshore company incorporation is an excellent choice due to its high level of anonymity, low requirements for entry and lack of accounting and auditing.



Trust companies are a method for protecting assets and investing in personal wealth. There are many reasons to set up a Trust and they have a variety of legal uses, all of which help business owners or their beneficiaries preserve and grow their wealth. Trusts offer the ideal structure for wealth and structuring via a Private Trust Company or a Discretionary Trust. Running your business through a trust has tax advantages and the trust’s beneficiaries pay tax on income they receive at their own marginal rate.

Trust companies offer banking solutions along with other investment services. They can act as a financial broker for the purposes of investing and quotes. These combinations can be very convenient for transactions and reporting. These trust relationships are also preferred due to the established relationship between the bank and the investor.