Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an Island country in the Lesser Antilles, in the southern part of the Windward which lie at the southern end of the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea, where the latter meets the Atlantic Ocean. To the north of Saint Vincent lies St Lucia, and to the east – Barbados. Its capital and main port is Kingstown.
The main Island of Saint Vincent is 16 miles long and 9 miles wide, with a territory of 133 square miles. The majority of the country lies within the so-called hurricane evacuation zone. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a densely populated country (over 900 inhabitants per square mile), and its total population is approximately 120 000. Its official language is English, which is used in education, politics, religion, and administration.
Saint Vincent offers significant amenities for the companies which register there. As an offshore jurisdiction, it has a zero rate of income tax for IBCs (International Business Companies), a stable and professional service sector, and a good reputation.
Saint Vincent is not a signatory of any conventions on the avoidance of double taxation, so information on the business operations of the IBCs that are registered there is not exchanged with other national tax administrations. Moreover, the local jurisdiction requires no recording or revealing of information about company directors, shareholders or lawyers for the Offshore Finance Authority nor any other entity.