Turks & Caicos international and offshore banks


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Banking Ordinance Chapter 16.02 (Revised 2009)

About Turks and Caicos

The Turks and Caicos economy is based on tourism, offshore financial services, and fishing.
The key offshore sectors are banking, insurance and trust management. The Islands also have a popular yacht registry.

Major sources of government revenue include fees from offshore financial activities and customs receipts.




Banks

Bordier Bank (TCI) Ltd
Provides legal and offshore banking services.

British Caribbean Bank Limited
Provides international personal and corporate banking services.

FirstCaribbean International Bank (Bahamas) Ltd
Provides personal, corporate, iinternational wealth management and investment services.

RBC Royal Bank (Bahamas) Limited
General banking product and services, including wealth management.

Scotiabank (Turks and Caicos) Limited
General banking product and services.

Turks & Caicos Banking Company Limited
Turks and Caicos Banking Company Limited was incorporated and obtained a Banking License in 1974 and commenced operations on 01st December 1980.

List of Turks & Caicos Offshore company service providers

Background Facts
Turks & Caicos are a two island groups in the North Atlantic Ocean, southeast of The Bahamas just north of Haiti

Population: 46,335 (2012 est.)
Capital: Grand Turk /Cockbum Town
Dialing code: 649
Currency: US dollar
Exchange control:
Turks & Caicos does not have any exchange controls.
Government:
Overseas territory of the UK
Official language: English Language
Legal System:
English common law and civil law

Bank Legislation: (.PDF Downloads)
Banking Ordinance Chapter 16.02 (Revised 2009)
Banking (Amendment) Regulations 2009


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