An Anguillan Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a hybrid entity that combines elements of a partnership and corporate structure; it provides limited liability to its owners, allowing an individual to run their business without risking personal assets.

An Anguilla LLC provides excellent asset protection and privacy regulations that ensure client confidentiality and security. An LLC protects personal assets the same way a corporation protects shareholder assets. If the LLC goes into default, its members cannot be sued for personal liability. Owners or members receive a share of the profits in proportion to their contribution, similar to that of a partnership.

Key Features

Anguilla LLC

Corporate Details

General

  • Type of Entity

LLC

  • Registered Office in Anguilla

Yes

  • Shelf company availability

Yes

  • Our time to establish a new company

1 Business Day

  • Corporate Taxation

No

  • Access to Double Taxation Treaties

No

Share capital or equivalent

  • Standard currency

US Dollar is commonly used

  • Permitted currencies

Any

  • Minimum paid up

N/A

  • Usual authorized

N/A

  • Bearer shares allowed

N/A

  • No-par-value shares allowed

N/A

Managers

  • Minimum number

None required
(LLC can be managed by its Members
or through one or more Managers)

  • Local required

No

  • Publicly accessible records

No

  • Location of meetings

Anywhere

  • Corporate directorship allowed

Yes

Members

  • Minimum number

One

  • Publicly accessible records

No

  • Corporate members allowed

Yes

  • Location of meetings

Anywhere

Company Secretary

  • Required

No

  • Local or qualified

No

Accounts

  • Requirements to prepare

Yes

  • Audit requirements

No

  • Requirements to file accounts

No

  • Publicly accessible accounts

No

Other

  • Requirement to file annual return

No

  • Migration of domicile permitted

Yes

 Advantages

  1. There is no tax liability for an Anguilla LLC unless the members clearly choose to be taxed like a corporation
  2. An Anguilla LLC is a separate legal entity
  3. Members are not liable for the debts of the entity as members are protected with Limited Liability
  4. Members of an Anguilla LLC may be non-residents, physical persons, corporations, partnerships, or trusts
  5. Possibility of both ownership and management by Members
  6. Pass through tax structure–tax on revenue is passed on to its Members as income tax
  7. Availability of Continuation of foreign LLCs into Anguilla
  8. No auditing or requirements to submit financial records to the Register

The Valsen Advantage

  • Speedy, Efficient and consistent Services.
  • Relentless effort to obtain bank accounts.
  • Expert advice on structuring options.
  • Dedicated ongoing compliance support.