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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 11/27/2006 10:45:23 AM

By: sorcerer88

try this website for help

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 11/22/2006 9:56:16 AM

By: knightmare3000

here are some useful and reliable people,depending upon your situation.

contact any or all of them with confidence. most have been in business about 25 years or more

Jyske Bank
Vesterbrogade 9
DK 1780 Copenhagen V
phone + 45 33 78 78 07

Mr. Peter Isola,Esq.
Isola and Isola Law firm
P.O. Box 204
Portland House
Glacis road
phone +350 78363
direct line from SPAIN 956 7 78363
FAX +350 0 78 990

International Financial Management (IFM)
1255 University street
Montreal QC
H3B 3A8
phone 514-871-0555

Morgan and Lewis Law firm
101 Park avenue
New York,NY 10178
phone 212.309.6000
fax 212.309.6001

Hope that helps you. As I always say. first get a good offshore bank,then get a good international tax lawyer,and finally get a good management outift like IFM to proceed with your wishes.

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 11/21/2006 11:16:14 PM

By: your mama

hire a laywer... duh.

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Posted: 11/21/2006 5:09:42 PM


Wondering if anybody is knowledgeable in this area

we are looking to manage capital for clients offshore...
what is the best route to form this type of company legally?
(location, type of formation, any licensing requirements etc)


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