Anonymous bank accounts died with the Austrian Sparbuch some time ago, and banking confidentiality (ie that the bank does not snitch to the taxman) seem to be almost dead, but there are still some options open.
Austria: Bank confidentiality remains in place for local residents. That is, they...
Correct, you would not gain a tax advantage in Panama. Also both are CRS countries so count on Panama sending your bank info to the Lebanese tax-man.
Whether your bank in Panama is any safer than your bank in Lebanon is more difficult to determine ... they will all go bust at some time but the...
Hardly any country taxes profits of non-resident bank account, that is supposedly the job of the country of residence.
Panama do not tax foreign profits for Panamanian residents, which seems irrelevant here.
Or did I miss something?
I would maybe go for a clunkier old Volvo than that one ... one that nobody would want to steal ... and that has space for an extra large battery ... of course if you might want to move more gold you may need to get a Tesla.
Registered office address must naturally be on public record ... otherwise it would not be "Registered".
That is the complete extent to which you are correct ... I leave it to you to figure out the extent to which you are wrong.
The best option would undoubtedly be not to make a purchase like this ... but get an old already depreciated car with plenty of mileage left on the clock ... something you can walk away from at the blink of an eye.
Second best options are mentioned above ... leasing, via company