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Open a Antigua Bank Account

Introduction

Antigua is a major offshore financial jurisdiction, which offers maximum confidentiality, a modern banking infrastructure, and excellent stability.
Bank Account Key details
Currencies: USD, EUR, GBP, CAD
Minimum deposit to open Bank Account: USD 5,000
Good For: Prepaid Cards, Crypto Business
Eligibility: Offshore companies
Personal Visit: Not required
Money back guarantee if unsuccesfull bank account opening
We will assist with up to 3 different banks
Personal Bank Account fee: 227
Corporate Bank Account Fee: 736

Documents Required to open your Bank Account

Company documentation
  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Memorandum and articles of association.
  • Share certificates.
  • Certificate of incumbency, or certificate of good standing if the company is more than 12 months old.
  • Corporate structure identifying the ultimate beneficial owners.
  • Business license (if applicable for some industry like Financial Services).
  • Power of attorney (if applicable).
  • Declaration of trust (if applicable).
Personal documents of each director, shareholder, appointed secretary, authorized signatory and ultimate beneficial owner.
  • Proof of identity: copy of valid passport (The passport must have the passport holder’s signature and it must match the signature in the application form, certification required however we can support you on this).
  • Proof of residential address: original or certified copy of utility bill/bank statement dated within previous 3 months.
  • Proof of banking history: original or notarized copy of bank reference letter, dated within the previous 3 months, or 6 months’ statements (depending on the chosen bank).

     *Certification can be done by a bank, a attorney at law, a notary or public officer however we can assist you on this.

Business evidence (upon bank request)
  • Invoices, contracts, agreements of your existing company.
  • Service Provider Certification with your prosperous partners/ suppliers.
  • Any documents proving your qualifications in the business scope.

Country General Information

Banking
Banking InstitutionsThe financial system in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) comprises domestic banks, International Financial Services Sector banks, credit unions, insurance companies, national development foundations, development finance institutions, building and loan associations and finance companies.The regulatory framework of the domestic banking system has two main legislative components. First, there is the ECCB Agreement Act, 1983 and its amendments, which under Article 3 paragraph 2(e) of the ECCB Agreement Act gives the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank the power to “regulate banking business on behalf of and in collaboration with Participating Governments.” Second, there are the Banking Acts of the various territories of the Participating Governments which govern the regulation of banking business in those territories.
History
The islands achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1981, becoming the nation of Antigua and Barbuda. However, it remains part of the Commonwealth of Nations, and remains a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II as Queen of Antigua and Barbuda.In 1997, Prime Minister Lester Bird announced that a group of ecologically sensitive islands just off Antigua’s northeastern coast, previously proposed for national park status, were being turned over to Malaysian developers. The Guiana Island Development Project deal, calling for a 1000-room hotel, an 18-hole golf course and a world-class casino, sparked widespread criticism by environmentalists, minority members in parliament, and the press. The issue came to a head when a local resident shot the PM’s brother. Today, the proposed development is mired in lawsuits and politics.The ALP won renewed mandates in the general elections in 1984 and 1989. In the 1989 elections, the ruling ALP won all but two of the 17 seats. During elections in March 1994, power passed from Vere Bird to his son, Lester Bird, but remained within the ALP which won 11 of the 17 parliamentary seats. The United Progressive Party won the 2004 elections and Baldwin Spencer became Prime Minister, removing from power the longest-serving elected government in the Caribbean.Antigua has not suffered as many other countries did during the international economic crisis, and its banks remained stable and profitable, adding to its excellent reputation.
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