Welcome to ILS World

Isle of Man

Secure, efficient and business friendly, ILS World's approach is defined by our home jurisdiction, the Isle of Man.

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British Virgin Islands

ILS World opened its doors in Road Town, Tortola in 1994. From this central location in the British Virgin Islands we provide a timely and efficient service, drawing upon locally cultivated knowledge and applying it within an independent, global network.

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China

From our Shanghai office, ILS World provides commercial and private clients access to the right global network to meet their ambitions.

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Dubai

The ILS World independent network expanded into the Middle East's vibrant economic and cultural centre in 2005. Since then, we have combined Dubai's excellent reputation as a business friendly and well regulated economy with our significant experience in the jurisdiction to deliver peerless fiduciary, regional incorporation and corporate administration services to clients operating in this exciting marketplace.

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Hong Kong

ILS World combines a straightforward and efficient service with Hong Kong's business friendly environment to offer our private and commercial clients confidence and peace of mind in a dynamic marketplace.

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London

Our London office is ideally situated to serve a large local client base. It is the hub of ILS World’s administrative function for our UK client companies and an excellent location from which to liaise with a global client portfolio.

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Portugal

Our expansion into Portugal in 1999 was in response to the needs of our clients. We’re here because you need us to be. Since then, ILS World’s presence in this exciting marketplace has enabled us to better meet considerable demand for offshore wealth management and protection services and do so with the care and pragmatism expected of all ILS World locations.

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Switzerland

ILS World opened its doors in Geneva in 2005 and offers a full range of corporate and fiduciary services. With expertise in international holding and trading structures and the ability to manage those structures from within one of the world’s most respected and stable jurisdictions, the business has grown organically and rapidly.

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Uruguay

We draw upon Uruguay’s reputation as a strong economy with a stable fiscal and political environment and robust regulatory practices to offer clients wishing to invest in and manage wealth within South America the perfect regional platform.

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Brexit - Split Decision

Now that campaigning has started in earnest ahead of the referendum on whether Britain stays in or exits the European Union is there any chance we might see a more balanced debate on the subject?
Posted by Chris Eaton
on Monday 26th September, 2016

Now that campaigning has started in earnest ahead of the referendum on whether Britain stays in or exits the European Union is there any chance we might see a more balanced debate on the subject?


Unfortunately, we have not!


Propaganda might seem an extreme word to use but it seems perfectly apt in the context of the headlines we see screaming out from the main players on both sides. Over the last few weeks, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has said that 820,000 jobs would be lost and that house prices would plummet if Britain votes to leave. The Governor of The Bank of England has warned that the British economy would be affected and recession is inevitable. The other side claims that Britain hands over £350m a week to the European Union and that immigration is out of control and puts services such as the National Health Service under immense pressure.


No doubt Britain does hand over £350m a week but what is received back? Would 820,000 jobs really disappear or would change bring new opportunities for the workforce? Is it inevitable that Britain would go into recession or would people feel good about the change and see it as giving them the freedom to flourish?


Both sides are as bad as each other in this war of words, plucking headline 'facts and figures' and plastering them over newspapers, online and even on the side of buses does little to help the average man in the street to make up his mind which way to vote. It certainly does not provide the platform for a reasoned discussion.


The truth, of course, is that none of us know what will happen and only time will tell if the claims made turn out to be true.


So who will win? At the moment, it does appear to be too close to call. A sensible debate would have helped people understand the facts and help them make a considered decision. It seems that when they go to the polls tomorrow the British public will be left to vote with either their heads or their hearts.

Chris Eaton
Chris Eaton
Chief Executive Officer Isle of Man
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