I do...20 years ago St Vincent was a very fashionable offshore center and I owned 2 of their IBC's. They had bearer shares so in theory anonimity was great, in practice ofcourse if some serious authority wanted to find me, could follow the money and mail trail. Anonimity was so great that it was problematic, when a contract was to be signed, all notaries were asking some kind of official St Vincent registration about who was the director of the company. Although an english speaking island, trying to get this certificate every time was like speaking to them in mandarin. Everything was really slooow. Everybody the prime minister, the registrar of the IBCs , the agent, the lawyer strangely had the same surname. They were not litlle Einsteins either. In other words a complete joke. On the good side, banking was a breeze, but again we r talking in the era when somebody could pop into a bank with some cash and id and open an account. I was a direct client to the prime minister s daughter-niece, can t remember now so it was relativelly cheap , something like 500$ per year for each company. Totally idiots and careless these people but comparing to cypriot accountants they were litlle angels...Anyone have experience doing business in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines ? What about safety and privacy level?