Ahem, Fidor just commented that they don’t want to work with Andora
Forget Portugals resident non-domicile program aka non-habitual tax exemption. I looked into a while ago in depth. Too many caveats to make it worth anything on paper tax wise.I was going down the same road as well, heavily involved in crypto and looking to have tax residency in portugal with a plan to eventually get eu citizenship. Portugal economic activity/business location is looked more favorably by the andoran, and madaira banks so I was led to believe, and Jersey is right there as well, so that general area. I am heavily involved in offshore crypto and fx, so it's an on going research issue. Finding a bank that will make an account for a trust foundation let alone being progressive for forex and bitcoin is a real pain.
Yes. I have experience with them which was good.You have any personal experience with them?
It seems it changed the other way aroundI think maybe a smaller bank in Spain might work for you. Things have changed now between Spain and Andorra and it's possible they will acept you as a client.
After in person visits,Try banco popular, Ibercaja,Banco Sabadell....
That's for paxum.com and not paxumbank.com - although same ownership. Some of that feedback is damning.....
I have exact the same need as yours. Need an IBAN account under my name to receive USD wiring and I'm also a non-EEA citizen. Pretty difficult to find oneHi,
In order to fund trading accounts, the sender’s name must be my own. Therefore, TransferWise is not compliant to meet this goal, I’m afraid (tried and tested, the wire transfers bounce back to TW because they fail to meet the regulatory framework)
I need a real dedicated IBAN, not one held by the name of the service I use