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Home FAQs Asset Protection Which jurisdictions are the best? How does Switzerland compare with the Caribbean?

Which jurisdictions are the best? How does Switzerland compare with the Caribbean?

Selecting the right jurisdiction, just like selecting any investment, depends on your circumstances. The strategy we generally recommend is a multi-jurisdictional approach that avoids putting all your eggs in one basket. For example you might take a Panamanian Private Interest Foundation (identical to the famous Liechtenstein family establishments but cheaper), open an account for it at a Swiss bank to invest in secure AAA rated European government bonds, and then use a subsidiary company from St Vincent and the Grenadines to buy real estate in Argentina which looks set to appreciate.

The above is just an example, but it combines security with a bit of play money you can put into higher risk, higher return investments.

This might sound complicated at first, but it really isnít. After you have read Bye Bye Big Brother you will have a good understanding of the six flags concept. If you donít agree, just return the books for a full refund and you will have lost nothing.

Bottom line? We donít recommend any particular jurisdictions overall. We will teach you in the books and on the membersí website which ones are best for which purposes. Then you can cherry pick the advantages of each country, whilst minimizing or eliminating the downsides. You will become a highly savvy international investor.

 

 
 
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