• SEYCHELLES TRADING COMPANY - Valuing Your Trust | QCPTV.com

    This programme on the Seychelles Trading Company (STC) reveals the fundamental role of STC in the growth of the Seychelles' economy. Entrusted with importing most of the necessary commodities to the islands, here the CEO explains the reasons for their success... This video was produced by QCPTV for the British Airways Media In-Flight Entertainment System (AVOD), to find out more please visit www.qcptv.com

    published: 08 Nov 2013
  • Seychelles Trust In Me SKU#:8199033

    Check out these new styles and more from Zappos.com!

    published: 03 Oct 2013
  • Don't trust Seychelles

    Ah a random thing I did on sony vegas, it's really short lol I'm not really a big fan of this pairing though :/ Song: Don't trust me Artist: 3OH!3 Pairing: EnglandXSeychelles

    published: 01 Oct 2010
  • Seychelles - Ocean's 8 Champion of Global Ocean Science

    On 06 June 2017 the Republic of the Seychelles was recognized by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO as an “Ocean’s 8 Champion” for developing innovative financing solutions in support of global ocean science. The Seychelles intiated an innovative debt swap scheme that has enabled this small island developing nation to finance local ocean science and climate resilience programmes. This innovative scheme has increased protection for the country’s coastal and marine biodiversity from less than 1% to more than 30% and helped to support the establishment of new Seychelles Conservation and Climate Adaptation Trust.

    published: 03 Jun 2017
  • SBC Seychelles: Livestock Trust Fund to Support Farmers.wmv 15-01-11

    published: 25 Jan 2011
  • Seychelles - drone | North East beach -- Mahe island | Mavic Pro

    Пляж на Северо-Востоке острова Маэ. instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amwot.anastasia/ Трек: FortyThr33 - Bay Breeze

    published: 22 Mar 2017
  • Seychelles snorkelling

    snorkelling off Sunset Beach

    published: 02 May 2017
  • Seychelles Company Formations

    www.systemday.com The requirements and procedure for the incorporation of an International Business Company (IBC) within The Seychelles. Voice over by Jennie Blackburn

    published: 19 Jun 2014
  • ☆ Hot 'n Cold! {england ♥ seychelles}

    ‹ you change your mind like a girl changes clothes. › ▸ Hot 'n Cold (Katy Perry) ▸ Axis Powers Hetalia FINALLY I DID IT! ♥ It took me hours, days, weeks, a whole month. & that's because I'm a stupid lazy person. :D" Shame on me. But...well...I'm proud of it. It's like the first good 'slideshow' I've ever made ;_;/ awww, Sesel ish happyyy~ My my, I'm totally in love with those chu TvT' that's because they're so damn awesome, and they're a couple of tsun tsun. I want to randomly dedicate this vid to Mana, 'cause she's my awesome Arthur. :D ♥ ♥ ♥ & hope you guys like it! ▸ DISCLAIMER: This video is purely fan-made and is no way associated with the musical artist or anime company in any way.

    published: 02 Apr 2010
  • World Business Report- Seychelles

    World Business Report is one of the GCC's most discerning current affairs programs. Featuring interviews with some of the highest leaders in politics and business from around the world, we highlight new exciting trends and investment opportunities. Follow Lorenzo Jooris and Louise Prieto on their journey as they travel around the world on the lookout for the leaders that are making the news

    published: 30 Jul 2013
  • Indian Ocean SEYCHELLES 9.43mins.m4v

    Preview film for the Seychelles episode of the BBC TV series 'Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve'. In this epic 6-part TV series - broadcast during 2012 - Simon Reeve travelled around the edge of the Indian Ocean. Starting his journey in South Africa, Simon headed up the east coast of Africa, around India and back down the western coast of Indonesia to Australia. The extraordinary adventure took Simon to 16 countries, as he braved the horrors of Mogadishu in Somalia, perhaps the most dangerous place on the planet, and travelled on to the beautiful Maldives, Mauritius and the Seychelles. Radio Times - Documentary of the Week: "Epic...capturing big issues in chatty encounters. Reeve's winning combination of a broad smile and enough journalistic edge to cut through tourist clichés makes for a grea...

    published: 19 May 2012
  • SEYCHELLES: GIANT TORTOISE

    by Marco Petruzzelli www.tvreporter.it The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. The only species of Indian Ocean giant tortoise to avoid this fate was the Aldabra giant tortoise due to its isolated location and 19th century conservation efforts. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra tortoise with its domed shape. In 199...

    published: 30 Aug 2011
  • Offshore Seychelles | Key Features To Help You Make The Right Choice

    https://www.varaluae.com/offshore-company-formation-dubai/offshore-formation/offshore-seychelles Offshore Seychelles: Advantages, taxation, features, registered office, documentation and disadvantages A tax haven is a place where government taxes are levied at a low rate or not at all. E.g. Seychelles tax for an offshore company is zero. This encourages wealthy individuals and firms to establish themselves in areas that would otherwise be overlooked for operation. Please invest 2 minutes of your time to watch the offshore Seychelles video below. It spells out how you can benefit. Or if you prefer to read, then feel free to skip the video and go straight to the text below: Different established jurisdictions tend to be havens for different types of minimum taxes, and for different cate...

    published: 27 Aug 2015
  • Tax Heavens: How to loot a country (and get away with it)

    Secretive offshore tax havens help funnel billion of dollars out of the poorest countries and into the bank accounts of their corrupt officials. This video shows a how a dodgy politician could hypothetically abuse this shadowy financial network to enrich himself, and explains why we need greater financial transparency in the fight against international corruption. More on http://www.trust.org/ 2013 © Thomson Reuters Foundation Transcript: Money laundering allows gangsters, terrorists and corrupt politicians to profit from their crimes. The offshore financial system makes it too easy for these criminals to hide their wealth and too difficult for the police to catch them. Here is an example of how a politician could use the secrecy of tax havens to steal from a developing country rich ...

    published: 13 Jun 2013
  • Most Beautiful Places / La Digue Island, Seychelles / Another Paradise Island

    The Republic of Seychelles is a cluster of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, roughly 900 miles off the east coast of Africa. La Digue is the country’s fourth largest island in terms of size, and Grand Anse (Big Cove) is considered one of its most beautiful beaches. With very few cars on the island, most folks in La Digue get around by bicycle. The slow pace appeals to the relatively few tourists who visit La Digue, compared to those who travel to other islands in the Seychelles chain. It’s also home to the endangered paradise flycatcher bird, along with hearty populations of giant tortoise and coconut crab. Local food specialties include palm wine made from fermented coconut, and bat curry, made from, well, we trust you can figure that one out.

    published: 03 Aug 2017
  • SBC Vibes - Cable Tunes 2014

    published: 30 Nov 2014
  • Seychelles Report

    Tiny Indian Ocean state is receiving international acclaim for its innovative financing methods for sustainable practice

    published: 26 Sep 2016
  • The Seychelles giant tortoise - Anse Lazio

    The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra giant tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly shaped captive tortoises prompted the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles t...

    published: 31 Dec 2013
  • Tuna and tourism boost Seychelles economy | Business

    he Indian Ocean nation has made a remarkable recovery from bankruptcy. The IMF says the current growth of the economy is largely due to an upswing in tourism and tuna fishing.

    published: 08 Dec 2015
  • Offshore Company: Seychelles IBC

    Discover the advantages for the offshore company incorporation in Seychelles. For who it is suitable an why ? Seychelles International Business Company: world-offshore.com

    published: 02 Feb 2015
  • #Streetizens : What You Never Knew About Seychelles; Arusha #DGTrends Delegates Have A Take

    It was always going to be tough to get some of Africa's brightest minds to goof on a question but trust us to always have a game up our sleeves. Gotta admit that this really was a tough one. Lol. Did you know the answer before watching the video? At least you can't lie to yourself can you? :-)

    published: 29 Aug 2017
  • The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) - Curieuse

    The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra giant tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly shaped captive tortoises prompted the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles t...

    published: 31 Dec 2013
  • The Seychelles giant tortoise - Curieuse

    The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra giant tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly shaped captive tortoises prompted the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles t...

    published: 31 Dec 2013
  • She's so high { England x Seychelles. APH

    ● ❝ The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return. ❞ // Eden Ahbez, "Nature Boy" (1948) ╰ S h e . is so . H i G H ➛ images; Axis Powers Hetalia ➛ found on; E-ShuuShuu & Pixiv ➛ song; She's so high ➛ artist; Tal Bachman ➛ program; Sony Vegas 7.0 ⠇ Since the lovely YouTube deleted my old account, I re-uploaded this here. This is my Hetalia OTP, England x Seychelles. ♥ I can't describe how much I love those two together. XD Hope you like it~ ⠇ DISCLAIMER: This video is purely fan-made and is no way associated with the musical artist or anime company in any way.

    published: 21 Jan 2010
  • India considers Seychelles as trusted friend, strong strategic partner: PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India considers Seychelles as trusted friend, strong strategic partner in a speech in Victoria in the Seychelles' capital.

    published: 11 Mar 2015
  • Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa, Beau Vallon, Seychelles - Best Price Guarantee

    http://hotelzbox.com/13364624 Trusted Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa Located on Beau Vallon Beach, Savoy Resort & Spa offers 3 restaurants, a large 700 sqm outdoor pool and a 24-hour front desk. Central Victoria is a 6-minute drive away. Free WiFi is available. Latitude -4.6121441075333, Longitude 55.4303189250488, zip 400, County Seychelles, City Beau Vallon, Address Beau Vallon Beach

    published: 06 Apr 2017
  • 1903 Seychelles, Panama City Beach, United States - Reviews

    http://hotelzbox.com/1469385612 Trusted 1903 Seychelles 1903 Seychelles offers accommodation in Panama City Beach, 6 km from ZooWorld Zoological Conservatory and 6 km from Water Planet. Guests benefit from free WiFi and private parking available on site. Latitude 30.1407487, Longitude -85.7539968, zip FL 32408, County United States, City Panama City Beach

    published: 08 Jul 2017
  • 1007 Seychelles, Panama City Beach, United States - UPDATED 2017 Reviews

    http://hotelzbox.com/1469385664 Trusted 1007 Seychelles Set 6 km from ZooWorld Zoological Conservatory in Panama City Beach, this apartment features a balcony with sea views. The property is 6 km from Water Planet and free private parking is offered. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. Latitude 30.140731, Longitude -85.7542141, zip FL 32408, County United States, City Panama City Beach

    published: 12 Jun 2017
  • The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) - Curieuse

    Please subscribe for more videos. The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra giant tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly shaped captive tortoises prompted the Natur...

    published: 04 Feb 2017
developed with YouTube
SEYCHELLES TRADING COMPANY - Valuing Your Trust | QCPTV.com

SEYCHELLES TRADING COMPANY - Valuing Your Trust | QCPTV.com

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:18
  • Updated: 08 Nov 2013
  • views: 423
videos
This programme on the Seychelles Trading Company (STC) reveals the fundamental role of STC in the growth of the Seychelles' economy. Entrusted with importing most of the necessary commodities to the islands, here the CEO explains the reasons for their success... This video was produced by QCPTV for the British Airways Media In-Flight Entertainment System (AVOD), to find out more please visit www.qcptv.com
https://wn.com/Seychelles_Trading_Company_Valuing_Your_Trust_|_Qcptv.Com
Seychelles Trust In Me  SKU#:8199033

Seychelles Trust In Me SKU#:8199033

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:10
  • Updated: 03 Oct 2013
  • views: 32
videos
Check out these new styles and more from Zappos.com!
https://wn.com/Seychelles_Trust_In_Me_Sku_8199033
Don't trust Seychelles

Don't trust Seychelles

  • Order:
  • Duration: 0:28
  • Updated: 01 Oct 2010
  • views: 246
videos
Ah a random thing I did on sony vegas, it's really short lol I'm not really a big fan of this pairing though :/ Song: Don't trust me Artist: 3OH!3 Pairing: EnglandXSeychelles
https://wn.com/Don't_Trust_Seychelles
Seychelles - Ocean's 8 Champion of Global Ocean Science

Seychelles - Ocean's 8 Champion of Global Ocean Science

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:30
  • Updated: 03 Jun 2017
  • views: 22
videos
On 06 June 2017 the Republic of the Seychelles was recognized by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO as an “Ocean’s 8 Champion” for developing innovative financing solutions in support of global ocean science. The Seychelles intiated an innovative debt swap scheme that has enabled this small island developing nation to finance local ocean science and climate resilience programmes. This innovative scheme has increased protection for the country’s coastal and marine biodiversity from less than 1% to more than 30% and helped to support the establishment of new Seychelles Conservation and Climate Adaptation Trust.
https://wn.com/Seychelles_Ocean's_8_Champion_Of_Global_Ocean_Science
SBC Seychelles:  Livestock Trust Fund to Support Farmers.wmv  15-01-11

SBC Seychelles: Livestock Trust Fund to Support Farmers.wmv 15-01-11

  • Order:
  • Duration: 4:53
  • Updated: 25 Jan 2011
  • views: 68
videos
https://wn.com/Sbc_Seychelles_Livestock_Trust_Fund_To_Support_Farmers.Wmv_15_01_11
Seychelles - drone | North East beach -- Mahe island | Mavic Pro

Seychelles - drone | North East beach -- Mahe island | Mavic Pro

  • Order:
  • Duration: 0:45
  • Updated: 22 Mar 2017
  • views: 157
videos
Пляж на Северо-Востоке острова Маэ. instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amwot.anastasia/ Трек: FortyThr33 - Bay Breeze
https://wn.com/Seychelles_Drone_|_North_East_Beach_Mahe_Island_|_Mavic_Pro
Seychelles snorkelling

Seychelles snorkelling

  • Order:
  • Duration: 5:04
  • Updated: 02 May 2017
  • views: 62
videos
snorkelling off Sunset Beach
https://wn.com/Seychelles_Snorkelling
Seychelles Company Formations

Seychelles Company Formations

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:20
  • Updated: 19 Jun 2014
  • views: 501
videos
www.systemday.com The requirements and procedure for the incorporation of an International Business Company (IBC) within The Seychelles. Voice over by Jennie Blackburn
https://wn.com/Seychelles_Company_Formations
☆ Hot 'n Cold!   {england ♥ seychelles}

☆ Hot 'n Cold! {england ♥ seychelles}

  • Order:
  • Duration: 4:01
  • Updated: 02 Apr 2010
  • views: 68723
videos
‹ you change your mind like a girl changes clothes. › ▸ Hot 'n Cold (Katy Perry) ▸ Axis Powers Hetalia FINALLY I DID IT! ♥ It took me hours, days, weeks, a whole month. & that's because I'm a stupid lazy person. :D" Shame on me. But...well...I'm proud of it. It's like the first good 'slideshow' I've ever made ;_;/ awww, Sesel ish happyyy~ My my, I'm totally in love with those chu TvT' that's because they're so damn awesome, and they're a couple of tsun tsun. I want to randomly dedicate this vid to Mana, 'cause she's my awesome Arthur. :D ♥ ♥ ♥ & hope you guys like it! ▸ DISCLAIMER: This video is purely fan-made and is no way associated with the musical artist or anime company in any way.
https://wn.com/☆_Hot_'n_Cold_England_♥_Seychelles
World Business Report- Seychelles

World Business Report- Seychelles

  • Order:
  • Duration: 8:41
  • Updated: 30 Jul 2013
  • views: 1435
videos
World Business Report is one of the GCC's most discerning current affairs programs. Featuring interviews with some of the highest leaders in politics and business from around the world, we highlight new exciting trends and investment opportunities. Follow Lorenzo Jooris and Louise Prieto on their journey as they travel around the world on the lookout for the leaders that are making the news
https://wn.com/World_Business_Report_Seychelles
Indian Ocean SEYCHELLES 9.43mins.m4v

Indian Ocean SEYCHELLES 9.43mins.m4v

  • Order:
  • Duration: 9:44
  • Updated: 19 May 2012
  • views: 23965
videos
Preview film for the Seychelles episode of the BBC TV series 'Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve'. In this epic 6-part TV series - broadcast during 2012 - Simon Reeve travelled around the edge of the Indian Ocean. Starting his journey in South Africa, Simon headed up the east coast of Africa, around India and back down the western coast of Indonesia to Australia. The extraordinary adventure took Simon to 16 countries, as he braved the horrors of Mogadishu in Somalia, perhaps the most dangerous place on the planet, and travelled on to the beautiful Maldives, Mauritius and the Seychelles. Radio Times - Documentary of the Week: "Epic...capturing big issues in chatty encounters. Reeve's winning combination of a broad smile and enough journalistic edge to cut through tourist clichés makes for a great watch that also educates us" Daily Telegraph: "compelling and sometimes uncomfortable television...digging deep beneath the white-sand beaches and swaying palm trees to come up with all sorts of gems and muck" Daily Mail: "Five Stars...terrifically varied and engaging...compelling...fascinating viewing" Mail on Sunday: "You won't lack for breathtaking beauty in Reeve's new series, but this is far more than just another bloodless travelogue... Reeve also fearlessly explores troubled war zones and crime-ridden urban areas along the way" More info: www.simonreeve.co.uk www.twitter.com/simon_reeve www.facebook.com/simonreevepage www.youtube.com/shootandscribble ------- Simon Reeve is an adventurer and bestselling author who has travelled extensively through more than 110 countries, across jungles, deserts, mountains and oceans, and to some of the most dangerous and remote regions of the world. He is the presenter of the acclaimed 2012 BBC TV series Indian Ocean and has circled the planet three times for the BBC TV series Equator, Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn. On his travels Simon has braved frontline conflict, hunted with the Bushmen of the Kalahari, dived with sharks, survived malaria, walked through minefields, tracked lions, been taught to fish by the President of Moldova, adopted by former headhunters, and detained for spying by the KGB. His TV adventures have been broadcast in dozens of countries, enthralling millions. He Is an ambassador for the nature conservation organisation WWF, a New York Times bestselling author of several books, and has been awarded a One World Broadcasting Trust award for an "outstanding contribution to greater world understanding" and the 2012 Ness Award by the Royal Geographical Society. ------
https://wn.com/Indian_Ocean_Seychelles_9.43Mins.M4V
SEYCHELLES: GIANT TORTOISE

SEYCHELLES: GIANT TORTOISE

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:21
  • Updated: 30 Aug 2011
  • views: 3638
videos
by Marco Petruzzelli www.tvreporter.it The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. The only species of Indian Ocean giant tortoise to avoid this fate was the Aldabra giant tortoise due to its isolated location and 19th century conservation efforts. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly-shaped captive tortoises prompted the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles to examine the identity of the living tortoises. Examination of museum specimens of the "extinct" Seychelles species by Dr. Justin Gerlach and Laura Canning seemed to show some living tortoises possess characteristics of the extinct species. However, recently published scientific papers on the genetics of the Seychelles and Indian Ocean tortoises provide conflicting results. Some studies suggest only one species was present historically, but others support the presence of three closely related species. A 181-year old tortoise on Saint Helena, named Jonathan, is believed to be a survivor of the species (as well as being potentially the oldest living tortoise in the world presently). La tortuga gigante de Seychelles (Dipsochelys hololissa) es una tortuga de la familia Testudinidae. Es uno de los reptiles más amenazados del mundo, pues esta especie endémica de las Seychelles sólo mantiene una población de unos pocos especímenes en cautividad. Seychellen-Riesenschildkröten (Aldabrachelys, früher Dispochelys) sind eine Gattung der Schildkröten in der Familie der Landschildkröten (Testudinidae). Neuere Untersuchungen weisen der Gattung nur noch eine rezente Art zu, die auf Inseln des Indischen Ozeans beheimatet ist.
https://wn.com/Seychelles_Giant_Tortoise
Offshore Seychelles | Key Features To Help You Make The Right Choice

Offshore Seychelles | Key Features To Help You Make The Right Choice

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:06
  • Updated: 27 Aug 2015
  • views: 397
videos
https://www.varaluae.com/offshore-company-formation-dubai/offshore-formation/offshore-seychelles Offshore Seychelles: Advantages, taxation, features, registered office, documentation and disadvantages A tax haven is a place where government taxes are levied at a low rate or not at all. E.g. Seychelles tax for an offshore company is zero. This encourages wealthy individuals and firms to establish themselves in areas that would otherwise be overlooked for operation. Please invest 2 minutes of your time to watch the offshore Seychelles video below. It spells out how you can benefit. Or if you prefer to read, then feel free to skip the video and go straight to the text below: Different established jurisdictions tend to be havens for different types of minimum taxes, and for different categories of people, financiers and companies. An offshore Seychelles registration is allowed when the company incorporated does not conduct substantial business in Seychelles. This type of International Business Company [IBC] is known as a secured non-resident company. Offshore Seychelles advantages: An offshore Seychelles company may bring a number of excellent trade benefits to individuals or companies incorporated under the Seychelles offshore laws. Taxation: Business may be structured so that profits are realized in ways that minimize their overall global tax liability Simplicity: Except for regulated businesses, such as banks or other financial institutions, an offshore Seychelles company is relatively simple to set up and maintain with few issues Reporting: The level of information and applications required by the registrar of companies varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction Asset protection: It is possible to organize assets, currencies and transactions in such a way that assets are shielded from future liabilities for years to come Anonymity: By carrying out transactions in the name of a private company, the name of the underlying principal may be kept out of documentation to assure confidentiality Having said that, current anti-money laundering regulations often require banks and other professionals to look through company structures and interests. Documentation for offshore Seychelles is relatively uncomplicated Thin capitalization: Offshore Seychelles allows “thin capitalization” rules for its IBC companies (except for regulated entities such as banks and insurance companies) so that they can be incorporated with nominal equity terms Financial assistance: Offshore Seychelles are usually not prohibited from providing “financial assistance” for the acquisition of their own shares, which avoids the needs for a “whitewash” procedure in certain optional financial transactions Offshore Seychelles disadvantages: Offshore Seychelles companies are usually prohibited from conducting business in their jurisdiction nations of incorporation. They are not allowed to invest in property in Seychelles either. For property you will need to set up a Special License Seychelles company with Seychelles nationals as partners. For regulatory reasons, there are certain restrictions on the type of business which an offshore Seychelles company can engage in throughout the world For example, it is quite common for there to be general prohibitions against offshore companies engaging in banking business, insurance business or operating as a trust company. Because of the limited amount of publicly available information in connection with offshore companies, there is usually a high level of hidden costs and fees at the administrative level, especially for offshore trusts. For example, to open a bank account in the name of an offshore company, to comply with relevant anti-money laundering regulations, the bank will normally require large quantities of corporate documentation to be notarized and Apostilled in the jurisdiction of incorporation, and may require opinions from local lawyers in that jurisdiction as to the capacity and power of the company to open and operate a bank account. Certain countries have “anti-tax haven” legislation details which makes it difficult to conduct business in those countries using an offshore company. For example, capital market regulations in France prohibit using offshore companies as full bond issuing vehicles Where a shareholder of an offshore company dies, it is usually necessary to have the Will admitted to probate in Seychelles as well as other places (or, if intestate to have the letters of administration re-sealed in that jurisdiction), which can add to cost, delay and inconvenience in administering the deceased’s estate Features of offshore Seychelles Memorandum and articles of association or by-laws Certificate of incorporation Registration agent Registered office Members Directors Nominee directors Company Secretary Statutory Records Bookkeeping
https://wn.com/Offshore_Seychelles_|_Key_Features_To_Help_You_Make_The_Right_Choice
Tax Heavens: How to loot a country (and get away with it)

Tax Heavens: How to loot a country (and get away with it)

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:09
  • Updated: 13 Jun 2013
  • views: 3291
videos
Secretive offshore tax havens help funnel billion of dollars out of the poorest countries and into the bank accounts of their corrupt officials. This video shows a how a dodgy politician could hypothetically abuse this shadowy financial network to enrich himself, and explains why we need greater financial transparency in the fight against international corruption. More on http://www.trust.org/ 2013 © Thomson Reuters Foundation Transcript: Money laundering allows gangsters, terrorists and corrupt politicians to profit from their crimes. The offshore financial system makes it too easy for these criminals to hide their wealth and too difficult for the police to catch them. Here is an example of how a politician could use the secrecy of tax havens to steal from a developing country rich in natural resources. If you want to move dirty money then you need a shell company in a tax haven. Our politician chooses the Seychelles, where you can register a new firm online in under 10 minutes for just 690 euros. This company needs directors, so he pays residents in another tax haven, such as the British Virgin Islands, to use their names on all official documents. This practice is completely legal in the UK and its overseas territories. A recent investigation into these nominee directors found a group of 28 individuals who collectively controlled more than 21,500 companies worldwide. The next step is to set up a corporate bank account somewhere with strict secrecy laws. The crooked politician picks Panama, where the authorities makes life very difficult for anyone requesting information. This creates another valuable layer of secrecy, letting money launderers stay one step ahead of the authorities. The politician can then use the shell company to open a high street bank account, buy a fleet of supercars or invest in the prime real estate markets of London, Paris and New York. Even if his bank questioned how a civil servant could afford a Bugatti Veyron, it would be next to impossible to prove he had stolen the money. Offshore tax havens have made sure his name never appeared on a public register. Until these secret jurisdictions become more transparent, corrupt politicians will be able to loot developing countries with little risk of being caught.
https://wn.com/Tax_Heavens_How_To_Loot_A_Country_(And_Get_Away_With_It)
Most Beautiful Places / La Digue Island, Seychelles / Another Paradise Island

Most Beautiful Places / La Digue Island, Seychelles / Another Paradise Island

  • Order:
  • Duration: 9:43
  • Updated: 03 Aug 2017
  • views: 91
videos
The Republic of Seychelles is a cluster of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, roughly 900 miles off the east coast of Africa. La Digue is the country’s fourth largest island in terms of size, and Grand Anse (Big Cove) is considered one of its most beautiful beaches. With very few cars on the island, most folks in La Digue get around by bicycle. The slow pace appeals to the relatively few tourists who visit La Digue, compared to those who travel to other islands in the Seychelles chain. It’s also home to the endangered paradise flycatcher bird, along with hearty populations of giant tortoise and coconut crab. Local food specialties include palm wine made from fermented coconut, and bat curry, made from, well, we trust you can figure that one out.
https://wn.com/Most_Beautiful_Places_La_Digue_Island,_Seychelles_Another_Paradise_Island
SBC Vibes - Cable Tunes 2014

SBC Vibes - Cable Tunes 2014

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:25:39
  • Updated: 30 Nov 2014
  • views: 5224
videos
https://wn.com/Sbc_Vibes_Cable_Tunes_2014
Seychelles Report

Seychelles Report

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:06
  • Updated: 26 Sep 2016
  • views: 136
videos
Tiny Indian Ocean state is receiving international acclaim for its innovative financing methods for sustainable practice
https://wn.com/Seychelles_Report
The Seychelles giant tortoise - Anse Lazio

The Seychelles giant tortoise - Anse Lazio

  • Order:
  • Duration: 0:32
  • Updated: 31 Dec 2013
  • views: 128
videos
The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra giant tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly shaped captive tortoises prompted the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles to examine the identity of the living tortoises. Examination of museum specimens of the "extinct" Seychelles species by Dr. Justin Gerlach and Laura Canning seemed to show some living tortoises possess characteristics of the extinct species. With DNA testing, tortoises of the "extinct" species were identified and were acquired by The Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles for conservation. They were brought to Silhouette Island, where the only breeding population exists.
https://wn.com/The_Seychelles_Giant_Tortoise_Anse_Lazio
Tuna and tourism boost Seychelles economy | Business

Tuna and tourism boost Seychelles economy | Business

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:09
  • Updated: 08 Dec 2015
  • views: 772
videos
he Indian Ocean nation has made a remarkable recovery from bankruptcy. The IMF says the current growth of the economy is largely due to an upswing in tourism and tuna fishing.
https://wn.com/Tuna_And_Tourism_Boost_Seychelles_Economy_|_Business
Offshore Company: Seychelles IBC

Offshore Company: Seychelles IBC

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:45
  • Updated: 02 Feb 2015
  • views: 653
videos
Discover the advantages for the offshore company incorporation in Seychelles. For who it is suitable an why ? Seychelles International Business Company: world-offshore.com
https://wn.com/Offshore_Company_Seychelles_Ibc
#Streetizens : What You Never Knew About Seychelles; Arusha #DGTrends Delegates Have A Take

#Streetizens : What You Never Knew About Seychelles; Arusha #DGTrends Delegates Have A Take

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:00
  • Updated: 29 Aug 2017
  • views: 374
videos
It was always going to be tough to get some of Africa's brightest minds to goof on a question but trust us to always have a game up our sleeves. Gotta admit that this really was a tough one. Lol. Did you know the answer before watching the video? At least you can't lie to yourself can you? :-)
https://wn.com/Streetizens_What_You_Never_Knew_About_Seychelles_Arusha_Dgtrends_Delegates_Have_A_Take
The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) - Curieuse

The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) - Curieuse

  • Order:
  • Duration: 0:26
  • Updated: 31 Dec 2013
  • views: 285
videos
The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra giant tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly shaped captive tortoises prompted the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles to examine the identity of the living tortoises. Examination of museum specimens of the "extinct" Seychelles species by Dr. Justin Gerlach and Laura Canning seemed to show some living tortoises possess characteristics of the extinct species. With DNA testing, tortoises of the "extinct" species were identified and were acquired by The Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles for conservation. They were brought to Silhouette Island, where the only breeding population exists.
https://wn.com/The_Seychelles_Giant_Tortoise_(Aldabrachelys_Hololissa)_Curieuse
The Seychelles giant tortoise - Curieuse

The Seychelles giant tortoise - Curieuse

  • Order:
  • Duration: 0:52
  • Updated: 31 Dec 2013
  • views: 151
videos
The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra giant tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly shaped captive tortoises prompted the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles to examine the identity of the living tortoises. Examination of museum specimens of the "extinct" Seychelles species by Dr. Justin Gerlach and Laura Canning seemed to show some living tortoises possess characteristics of the extinct species. With DNA testing, tortoises of the "extinct" species were identified and were acquired by The Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles for conservation. They were brought to Silhouette Island, where the only breeding population exists.
https://wn.com/The_Seychelles_Giant_Tortoise_Curieuse
She's so high { England x Seychelles. APH

She's so high { England x Seychelles. APH

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:19
  • Updated: 21 Jan 2010
  • views: 16157
videos
● ❝ The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return. ❞ // Eden Ahbez, "Nature Boy" (1948) ╰ S h e . is so . H i G H ➛ images; Axis Powers Hetalia ➛ found on; E-ShuuShuu & Pixiv ➛ song; She's so high ➛ artist; Tal Bachman ➛ program; Sony Vegas 7.0 ⠇ Since the lovely YouTube deleted my old account, I re-uploaded this here. This is my Hetalia OTP, England x Seychelles. ♥ I can't describe how much I love those two together. XD Hope you like it~ ⠇ DISCLAIMER: This video is purely fan-made and is no way associated with the musical artist or anime company in any way.
https://wn.com/She's_So_High_England_X_Seychelles._Aph
India considers Seychelles as trusted friend, strong strategic partner: PM Modi

India considers Seychelles as trusted friend, strong strategic partner: PM Modi

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:18
  • Updated: 11 Mar 2015
  • views: 1010
videos
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India considers Seychelles as trusted friend, strong strategic partner in a speech in Victoria in the Seychelles' capital.
https://wn.com/India_Considers_Seychelles_As_Trusted_Friend,_Strong_Strategic_Partner_Pm_Modi
Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa, Beau Vallon, Seychelles - Best Price Guarantee

Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa, Beau Vallon, Seychelles - Best Price Guarantee

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:05
  • Updated: 06 Apr 2017
  • views: 23
videos
http://hotelzbox.com/13364624 Trusted Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa Located on Beau Vallon Beach, Savoy Resort & Spa offers 3 restaurants, a large 700 sqm outdoor pool and a 24-hour front desk. Central Victoria is a 6-minute drive away. Free WiFi is available. Latitude -4.6121441075333, Longitude 55.4303189250488, zip 400, County Seychelles, City Beau Vallon, Address Beau Vallon Beach
https://wn.com/Savoy_Seychelles_Resort_Spa,_Beau_Vallon,_Seychelles_Best_Price_Guarantee
1903 Seychelles, Panama City Beach, United States - Reviews

1903 Seychelles, Panama City Beach, United States - Reviews

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:01
  • Updated: 08 Jul 2017
  • views: 3
videos
http://hotelzbox.com/1469385612 Trusted 1903 Seychelles 1903 Seychelles offers accommodation in Panama City Beach, 6 km from ZooWorld Zoological Conservatory and 6 km from Water Planet. Guests benefit from free WiFi and private parking available on site. Latitude 30.1407487, Longitude -85.7539968, zip FL 32408, County United States, City Panama City Beach
https://wn.com/1903_Seychelles,_Panama_City_Beach,_United_States_Reviews
1007 Seychelles, Panama City Beach, United States - UPDATED 2017 Reviews

1007 Seychelles, Panama City Beach, United States - UPDATED 2017 Reviews

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:01
  • Updated: 12 Jun 2017
  • views: 8
videos
http://hotelzbox.com/1469385664 Trusted 1007 Seychelles Set 6 km from ZooWorld Zoological Conservatory in Panama City Beach, this apartment features a balcony with sea views. The property is 6 km from Water Planet and free private parking is offered. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. Latitude 30.140731, Longitude -85.7542141, zip FL 32408, County United States, City Panama City Beach
https://wn.com/1007_Seychelles,_Panama_City_Beach,_United_States_Updated_2017_Reviews
The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) - Curieuse

The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) - Curieuse

  • Order:
  • Duration: 0:26
  • Updated: 04 Feb 2017
  • views: 11
videos
Please subscribe for more videos. The Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys hololissa) has been thought to be extinct since the mid-19th century due to overexploitation on the granitic Seychelles islands. Similar giant tortoise species on other Indian Ocean islands such as Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues Island are also extinct. This species inhabited islands of the Seychelles group, where it thrived on vegetation on the edges of marshes and streams. By 1840, it had disappeared from the wild and was assumed to be extinct. As a grazing species, it somewhat resembled the Aldabra giant tortoise with its domed shape. In 1999, some Seychelles island tortoises (12 known individuals) were suggested to have survived in captivity. The report of oddly shaped captive tortoises prompted the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles to examine the identity of the living tortoises. Examination of museum specimens of the "extinct" Seychelles species by Dr. Justin Gerlach and Laura Canning seemed to show some living tortoises possess characteristics of the extinct species. With DNA testing, tortoises of the "extinct" species were identified and were acquired by The Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles for conservation. They were brought to Silhouette Island, where the only breeding population exists.
https://wn.com/The_Seychelles_Giant_Tortoise_(Aldabrachelys_Hololissa)_Curieuse