Guernsey does not levy capital gains tax, inheritance or wealth tax. Income tax is charged at the flat rate of 20%.
With flight times from just 40 minutes and ferries from 3 hours, we're closer than you think.
Nothing is far away on the island of Guernsey; forget long commutes and spend more time on the things that matter to you.
Guernsey has a friendly and welcoming community of just over 63,000 people.
Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands, located 30 miles from the Normandy coast and 70 miles from the South coast of England.
A hidden gem nestled in the English Channel, Guernsey not only offers a geographically convenient business centre close to many of the major European cities, but also a safe and friendly place to live, something often lost in the hustle and bustle of today's business world.
I always try to explain the uniqueness of Guernsey to my family and friends back in South Africa and Germany. The best way I could describe it is to imagine you work in a big city like London or Frankfurt. There is the same quality of work experience and mix of colleagues and clients, but the moment you step outside your office, you are transported to a quaint, safe and friendly town. A bustling cobblestone High Street and your home is a maximum of 15-20 minutes away in a serene seaside coastal village with the freshest sea air and the happiest squawking seagulls soaring in the sky.