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panama flagPanama is a sovereign democracy with a presidential style of government. The country is situated between Colombia and Costa Rica. It has a population of over 3.5 million. The official language is Spanish, although English is perfectly understood in business circles. The currency circulating in Panama is the United States Dollar (USD), but the official currency is the Balboa, which is only used in small transactions. The service sector contributes more than three fourths of Panama’s economy, which is based mainly on banking, tourism, mining and trade. The free Zone of Colon has been very successful. In June 2000, the FATF considered Panama to be an uncooperative tax haven in the global war against money laundering. The result was that Panama ended up, along with 15 other jurisdictions, in the FATF black list. Within just one year, the government adopted strong measures that led, in June 2001, the FATF to eliminate Panama from the black list and to praise the steps that were taken to improve the country’s control over money laundering. Then, in 2009, Panama was placed on the “gray list” of the OECD countries, that is to say countries that have been compromised, but haven’t substantially implemented international standards in relation to transparency and the exchange of fiscal information. Since that date, Panama has progressed in negotiating new treaties and has already signed 12 agreements for the exchange of fiscal information, with several countries. Panama applies a territorial tax; however, only income obtained in the country is taxed. There are more than 120 thousand companies registered in Panama, many of which carry out their business or keep their assets abroad. It is fairly easy to form a company and privacy is guaranteed. Earnings obtained in Panama are taxed at a 25% rate for individuals. There are no taxes on income from capital; however, income from real estate counts as income. All earnings obtained abroad are tax free. There are VAT and duties on all imports, although these have been noticeably reduced in recent years. The Government offers incentive programs for investments in various sectors, in which foreign investors receive ample fiscal benefits.
Panama Offshore Banks
Bank Superintendency of Panama
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Internet: http://www.superbancos.gob.pa/home_eng.asp
Telephone: (507) 506-7800, (507) 506-7900

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Austrobank Overseas (Panama) S.A.

Being recognized as a bank of international standing, reliable and robust, offering high quality financial services framed by relationships of respect and consideration for their customers and staff. Contribute to the development and growth of our client ...

CountryPanama
Websitehttp://www.austrobank.com
TypeCommercial and Private banking
Client presenceNOT needed
Banco del Pacifico (Panama) S.A

Banco del Pacifico (Panama) S.A began operating on July 7, 1980 in the International banking center of Panama, the first subsidiary of Banco del Pacifico S.A Ecuador, which operates an international license abroad. The Bank was established under the laws ...

CountryPanama
Websitehttp://www.bancodelpacifico.com.pa
TypePrivate banking
Client presenceNOT needed
Credicorp Bank

The Bank was founded in 1992 when a group of Panamanian businessmen came together with a common vision and a collective faith in the promise of Panama. Today, Credicorp maintains 26 branches throughout the Republic. The Bank is headquartered in Plaza Cred ...

CountryPanama
Websitehttp://www.credicorpbank.com
TypePrivate and Corporate Banking
Client presenceneeded
St. Georges Bank

Panama-based St. Georges Bank offers a wide range of banking services and products, including loans, credit and debit cards, savings and checking accounts, and certificates of deposit. The bank has traditionally focused on the high and upper-middle-income ...

CountryPanama
Websitewww.stgeorgesbank.com/
TypePrivate and Corporate Banking
Client presencenot needed
Andbank

We are private bankers with more than 80 years' experience. Andbank is the product of the 2001 merger between Banc Agrícol (owned by the Cerqueda family) and Banca Reig (owned by the Reig family) , making us a global family bank. With a presence on three ...

CountryPanama
Websitehttp://www.andbank.com
TypePrivate and Corporate Banking
Client presenceneeded
Scotia Bank

For more than a century, Scotiabank has been a premier financial institution in the Caribbean and Central America, and Canada's most international bank with over 30 years in Panama. Scotiabank offers mortgages, lot loans and home construction financing t ...

CountryPanama
Websitehttp://www.scotiabank.com
TypePrivate and Corporate Banking
Client presenceneeded
Crèdit Andorrà (Panamá)

In Crèdit Andorrà (Panamá) we manage assets and provide our customers with a great variety of financial services and comprehensive consultancy. The subsidiary is part of our international expansion plan and was the first establishment in our Latin America ...

CountryPanama
Websitehttp://www.grupcreditandorra.com
TypeCommercial and Private banking
Client presenceNOT needed
Banco Canal

This is a bank that carries out flexible and simple procedures, oriented to offering the client a nearby and personalized experience; supported by a team of professionals with values and ethical principles as well as a first class technological platform a ...

CountryPanama
Websitehttps://www.canalbank.com
TypePrivate and Corporate Banking
Client presenceNeeded
Banco de Bogotá Panamá S.A.

We operate under the highest level of regulatory standards and supervsion. We have a service plan to help you with your investments with total confidentiality and security. Our service team members are international marketing experts. Banco de Bogotá Pan ...

CountryPanama
Websitehttp://www.bancodebogotainternacional.com
TypeCommercial and Private banking
Client presenceNOT needed

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