Dominica is nicknamed the Nature Island, and should not to be confused with the Spanish speaking Dominican Republic. The island is in the Eastern Caribbean between Martinique to the south and Guadeloupe to the north. It got its full independence from Britain in November of 1978 and has the status of a democratic republic. The Head of State is the President elected every five years by parliament, however, executive power lies with the Prime Minister who is the political leader of the party which wins at elections every five years.
Traditionally, Dominica's economy relied on agricultural production (citrus, vanilla and tobacco) and more recently bananas for export to the UK markets. Today, in a major diversification effort, government is placing resources in the eco tourism sector and the offshore financial services.
The infrastructure has been well developed with a plentiful supply of island wide water, electricity, and telecommunication services. Global access via the internet is fast and efficient. The two airports and seaports provide movement of people and goods. Daily flights by American Airlines Eagle service to Puerto Rico allow passengers the luxury of utilizing this hub to destinations all over the world.
As a relatively new offshore centre, Dominica has had the benefit of enacting legislation which is enabling and flexible. For those increasing numbers of international clients seeking a jurisdiction to incorporate their offshore companies, they are being attracted by the fast, uncomplicated and confidential process made possible by the International Business Companies Act No. 10 of 1996.
Dominica offshore company formation process is very straight forward. We have a list of shelf companies from Dominica or you can incorporate an IBC in one business day. Please choose corresponding menu on the left.