The trust wont work, everything gets reported anyway via AEOI/CRS. Beneficiaries, Trustee, Settlors, Protectors. The more research I do, there is no way to avoid AEOI/CRS unless you either bank in a jurisdiction with no commitment or you create a secondary identity (passport, citizenship) and hope it holds up when the reporting starts.You can setup a Trust which is aprox 3K Euro and let the Trust manage a IBC with EMI account that could work if setup correctly. Only problem is the total costs of such a setup including the ongoing costs.
If possible use two jurisdictions. That means two courts they need to convice.I found that Offshorecorp group seems to get a relatively positive rating for offshore companies. My question is that I was thinking of getting both a company and trust from them, however I'm not sure how good their trust system is? They charge Eur 3.250 which compared to benefits doesn't seem bad, however I was hoping if anyone can shed some light if they might have a trust with them? Also I've done tons of research and anonymity which made me second guess about having my offshore company and trust from the same place even if privacy laws are in effect and even if the trust would be in seychelles. Comments, Questions, Answers are all appreciated .
This was an informative read ! thank you .If possible use two jurisdictions. That means two courts they need to convice.
As for CRS/AEoI loopholes, check: http://www.the-best-of-both-worlds.com/support-files/oecd-crs-loopholes-report.pdf
See, A2, B2 and B3.