The Isle of Man as a Jurisdiction

The Isle of Man is a well-established international business centre. The quality of its reputation and success to date has been securely established on the foundations of political stability, low taxation and the strength of its fiscal, legislative and regulatory controls. This has contributed to an economy boasting over 30 years of sustained growth and has an Aa2 Moody’s sovereign rating.

Whilst remaining a British Crown dependency and part of the British Isles, the Island is not part of the United Kingdom and is internally self-governing, exercising its extensive legislative and political independence through Tynwald, the world’s oldest continuous parliament.

The Manx government under its ‘Freedom to Flourish’ initiative has created an environment in which businesses of various types can establish, prosper and sustain growth. Investment and taxation vehicles, zero tax strategies, a first-rate digital telecommunications, e-business and support services infrastructure, high quality commercial and residential accommodation and a network of business professionals with the expertise and experience of developing business on a local, national and international scale are already firmly in place.

The spacious and scenic Island location is definitively a location of choice, affording freedom to develop personally as well as professionally.

For additional information please refer to the IOM Government site on our links page.