Another advantage is, that as an investor, we can remain anonymous. Gibraltar, because of its status as a British Overseas Territory and at the same time remaining a member state of the European Union, has very liberal fiscal regulations when it comes to companies.
The general income tax rate is 10 %, but it applies only to the profit generated in Gibraltar. For all the income generated outside of its territory, the tax rate is 0 %. On top of that, Gibraltar is not a member of the EU VAT tax system and such a tax does not exist there. NRCs (non-resident companies) set up there are equivalent to limited liability companies in Poland (z.o.o.). A nominee director can be appointed in such a company, who will manage the company in your name and who will appear in company registers, when you, as a company shareholder, can remain anonymous. The obligation to keep accounting books only applies to companies active in Gibraltar. For companies active outside of Gibraltar, accounting is simplified. The minimal capital of an offshore company is 100 GBP.
It is worth to add, that in Gibraltar it is very easy to receive a binding tax ruling issued by the Commissioner of Income tax, which can be suited to the structures and business models we create, increasing their reliability and safety.