APGI,S.A. Defines Two Easy Steps to Obtain Real Assets Protection
Heredia, Costa Rica – August 12, 2009 –
Most people associate assets protection with a very difficult and long process which includes setting up several different legal entities. This is no longer true as such companies as a APGI, S.A., have actually reduced all of the headache associated with setting up and asset protection structure. Now, setting up such structures can actually be done in two very easy and simple steps.
The offshore company is the first step to setting up a a secure asset protection structure. The company acts as a barrier between the beneficial owners and the rest of the world. This allows the user to keep him or herself private and confidential at all times. This level of protection could actually mean the difference between losing everything and maintaining financial well-being.
The second step in which APGI, S.A., has defined in the two easy steps of setting up and assets protection structure is setting up an offshore
bank account. An offshore bank account is extremely important as it provides a place in which to deposit funds on. Once the funds have been moved into the offshore bank account they are protected by a double layer of offshore asset protection. Since offshore bank account opening is relatively simple and does not require any credit checks, anyone can take advantage of this simple and very easy two step asset protection structure.
There are a large number of benefits associated with establishing a two-step asset protection structure, with the first being associated with the company incorporation. Since the company will be the owner of the account the Will only bear the name of the company. This removes the name of the person who is seeking asset protection from bank statements as well as any other documentation issued by the bank. This will provide a bulletproof barrier between the protected individual and their creditors.
APGI, S.A., provides quality offshore services as well as offshore bank account introductory services in a number of tax and privacy friendly jurisdictions. Complementary asset protection consultations are available by visiting the following website http://www.asset-protection international.com.
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