Auckland, New Zealand (PressExposure) May 16, 2009 -- Global Reserve and Finance (GRF) answers clientâs questions concerning why New Zealand was chosen as the financial institutions corporate Headquarters.
âNew Zealand is recognized as a premium jurisdiction for the following reasons: It provides all the advantages of traditional financial centers, and is recognized as a true offshore financial centre which is not blacklisted by any jurisdiction or authority in the world. It is not perceived by O.E.C.D. as a harmful tax jurisdiction, and has no connotations as a tax haven. It is a member of the O.E.C.D. and World Trade Organization.
In todayâs troubled and unstable times New Zealand is considered a safe location and offers long term security. It has a Westminster style Government and together with its administration, is stable and competent.
New Zealand has a well developed infrastructure, including a progressive and robust economy, efficient telephone and internet services, competitive and frequent air travel, experienced reliable professionals serving global clients with trust and company requirements which include legal opinions on tax, trust and company matters, and has reliable internet global banking service,â states a spokesman from the company.
About Global Reserve and Finance:
Global Reserve and Finance Ltd. is headquartered and incorporated under the laws of New Zealand. In accordance, Global Reserve and Finance must comply with the Companies Act 1933, the Fair Trading Act 1986, the Financial Reporting Act 1993, as well as other consumer protection legislation. The company offers CDâs, savings accounts, commercial lending, estate planning, and access to hedge fund and trading platform services.
To learn more about GRF visit their website [http://www.globalreserve.co.nz].