Discover how the United States and Panama join forces to enhance the semiconductor supply chain. Explore the strategic partnership’s impact on diversification, economic growth, and regional competitiveness in the digital age.
Get answers to the most common questions about the Single and Private Registry of Final Beneficiaries (RUBF) in Panama. Learn about the system’s purpose, the responsible entity for compliance, registration requirements, costs, and the legal basis behind it.
Learn about the significant initiative implemented by Law 129 of 2020 and Executive Decree No. 13 of 2022, which established the Single and Private Registry of Final Beneficiaries of Legal Entities (RUBF) in Panama. Understand how this registry promotes transparency in the financial system, combats money laundering, and strengthens the integrity of the country’s business system. Discover the required information that resident agents must provide and the role of the Superintendency of Non-Financial Subjects in administering and safeguarding the RUBF.
Discover how Panama is diversifying its energy mix by leveraging its excellent geographical location and abundant solar radiation. Learn about the Baco Solar Park, the newest solar energy project in the country, set to produce an impressive 84 GWZ annually.
Explore the unique features of entrepreneurship companies, made possible by Law 186 of 2020 and Executive Decree 93 of 2021. Learn about the easy incorporation process, minimum requirements, financial benefits, and how they facilitate global participation
Learn about the challenges and risks associated with implementing artificial intelligence in law firms. From the need for specialized knowledge to the risk of replacing human lawyers.
Discover the benefits that artificial intelligence can bring to law firms. From automating repetitive tasks to improving the quality of legal services and profitability.
International Business Companies (IBCs) are the most prevalent and versatile type of offshore entity available in Seychelles and are widely used in international business.
Hong Kong is a jurisdiction that is considered one of the best financial centers in the world that is extremely attractive for investors and those seeking to establish a company in a multicultural city.
Delaware LLCs have the best characteristics of partnerships and corporations as there are a great option for investors who want to formalize their businesses and gain credibility.
The Nevis Business Corporation Ordinance, of 1984 and its amendments, offer many advantages allowing it to compete with other international business centers.
The Cayman Islands is a jurisdiction favorable for investment funds and financial services. It is one of the leading financial centers in the world, being the financial sector the main source of income of the country.
The Bahamas is one of the most developed financial centers, with more than 350 banks and management companies that are subsidiaries of many international firms.
The laws of Belize are a guarantee for commercial confidentiality. Therefore an International Business Corporation (IBC) in Belize is the ideal corporate vehicle for international financial transactions.
BVI corporations are one of the most traditional in the international market, due to their administrative simplicity.
Panama was the first country in the region to enact modern legislation that would allow the formation of “offshore” companies for purposes of asset protection and tax planning. The simplicity and flexibility provided by Law 32 of 1927, makes Panamanian corporations the most common form of business entity used for both local and foreign investors.