The Caribbean region is between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, surrounded by North America, South America, Europe, Africa. It’s a hub of international trade in the western hemisphere.

During the Commonwealth era from the 19th to 20th century, the Caribbean became a world-famous holiday resort and offshore tax haven.

  • Caribbean Free Trade Zones
  • Antigua and Barbuda Financial Services Regulatory Commission
  • Cayman Islands Monetary Authority
  • Financial Service Unit of the Commonwealth of Dominica
  • Financial Service Unit of the Commonwealth of Dominica
  • British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission
  • Grenada Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis Financial Services Regulatory Commission
  • Antigua Global Commercial Bank
  • Caribbean Union Bank
  • Caribbean Academy of Medical Sciences,
  • Commonwealth Free Trade Commission
  • World Federation of Free Trade Zones
  • Shanghai Academy of Artificial Intelligence
  • Tongji university, Shanghai Jiaotong University
  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology

The Core Initiator


On 15 Dec. 1965, the Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) was jointly established by Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana. The aim was to gradually lift tariffs and import restrictions, promote the free flow of labor between the member countries. During 1965-1971, the number of member countries increased to 11.


On 1 Aug. 1973, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) was established and replaced the Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA). Its aim was to help its member countries have economic cooperation and mutual cooperation in fields such as health, education, culture, communications, industry through the Caribbean Common Market.


In Aug. 2014, Antigua and Barbuda initiated and established the Caribbean Free Trade Zones Investment Company, aiming to attract foreign direct investment through the establishment of specialized free trade zones in CARICOM member countries, thereby forming a world-class special economic zone covering the Caribbean region.

The Business Investment Services

Solve asset protection problems
the registration of trusts, foundations, ships and aircrafts
Solve investment admittance problems
some countries don’t allow foreign-funded and private enterprises to operate in some industries
Solve business entities’ legality problems
the registration of partnerships and companies
Solve enterprises’ international sales problems
Industry restrictions, tariff barriers
Solve enterprises’ internationalization problems
Global holding headquarters, entrepot trade
Solve enterprises’ M&A problems
transaction subjects, M&A financing, transaction tax
Solve special trade licensing problems
in the Caribbean Free Trade Zones, enterprises can apply for banking, trust, insurance, gambling licenses
Solve enterprises or projects’ financing problems
equity financing, international loans, corporate bonds, overseas listing
Solve enterprises’ tax planning problems
the legal reduction of tax burdens through global tax planning

The Citizenship by Investment Program

Direct acquisition of citizenship
no immigration restrictions, simple application conditions, direct acquisition of citizenship and a passport in one step
World first-rate passport
visa-free travel to 130 countries around the world, including UK, Canada, all the countries in the Schengen Area, Singapore, etc.
Highly cost-effective projects
Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Dominica, Saint Lucia’s Citizenship by Investment Program
Reliable investments, high returns
they have political stability, judicial independence, inviolability of private property, permanent property rights.
High success rate
they are Commonwealth nations; they have lenient terms; as long as you have no criminal record, your application will be accepted 100%.
Tax haven
an international offshore financial center, a tax haven, no tax on citizens’ incomes, interests, gifts, properties and inheritances outside the local place.