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OFFSHORE COMPANIES (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES) is a company which does not carry out any substantial business activities in its country of formation and is framed in a law of no tax jurisdiction for the purposes of legally reducing any kind of tax payment and enhancing one’s wealth management.

Registering an Offshore company and opening bank account is an intelligent method of managing assets and income. There is a misconception that offshore company is to evade tax and hide money from Government, which is not correct.

Offshore companies are legitimate ways to structure business and ultimately getting financial benefits.

The most important things to be considered while registering offshore entity is:

  1. Finiding right jurisdiction
  2. Selecting the Registered Agent
  3. Opening Bank account

AURION is a renowned name in UAE, having established for more than a decade and incorporated hundreds of companies successfully with bank accounts. We are one of the largest incorporators in Ajman Offshore jurisdiction and having a perfect professional track record.

We register companies in 2 days, open bank account in 4 days.


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