BSI Overseas (Bahamas) Ltd.
BSI Overseas (Bahamas) Limited, Nassau is a wholly owned subsidiary of BSI SA, Lugano, Switzerland. BSI SA was founded in 1873 as Banca della Svizzera Italiana and is the oldest bank in the canton of Ticino.
In 1998 Banca della Svizzera Italiana became an integral part of the Generali Group, one of the world's largest insurance companies, and changed its name to BSI SA.
Since 2016 BSI is part of EFG International, a global private banking group headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. EFG International operates in around 40 locations worldwide, and its shares are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.
BSI Overseas (Bahamas) Limited was incorporated in Nassau in 1969 and is subject to the licensing of the Central Bank of The Bahamas. The Bank currently employs 36 staff and is a fully operative and independent banking unit offering to its clientele traditional Private Banking services.
From its beginning, BSI Overseas (Bahamas) Limited, like its parent bank BSI SA, Lugano, has been active in the area of Private Banking, i.e. asset management, financial advising and associated services for both individuals and corporations.
The Bank's goal has always been to provide to our clients an outstanding service in asset management in order for them to safeguard and increase their wealth with a minimum of risks. The BSI group has a vast knowledge and experience of the international financial markets through its network of branches and representative offices throughout the world.
BSI Overseas (Bahamas) Limited focuses on private banking within the broader context of wealth management, offering a wide variety of services and products in these areas, with a particular emphasis on its personalized service.
BSI Overseas (Bahamas) Limited relies on teams of specialists that develop innovative methods and new financial models using state-of-the-art technologies.
We invite you to browse the pages of www.bsibank.com to learn more about the services we offer to our international private clientele.
The Bahamas is a 100’000 square-mile archipelago made up of 700 islands extending over 500 miles into the Atlantic Ocean from southeast Florida. The Bahamas is an English-speaking country and its population is concentrated in its capital city of Nassau on the island of New Providence. The current population exceeds 300’000 people.
The Bahamas has been a parliamentary democracy for more than two hundred and fifty years and has enjoyed political and social stability since its independence in 1973. English Common Law is the basis of the Bahamian judicial system, which is independent of the political process. This independence and Bahamian sovereignty provide a unique, attractive jurisdiction in which to conduct business.
The economy of the Bahamas is driven mainly by tourism, which accounts for approximately 55% of the gross domestic product. The second pillar of the economy is the traditional well-developed financial services industry.
The Bahamas can count on a skilled workforce of accountants, lawyers, bankers, trustees and investment managers. It has been offering financial services to the international community for over 60 years including private banking, establishment of trusts, company formation, mutual funds administration, insurance services and shipping registry.
On December 29, 2000, the Government of The Bahamas enacted a series of new laws that completely reshaped the financial sector and strengthened the regulatory structure. The Bahamas has preserved its crucial tax neutrality advantage and its commitment to client confidentiality.
The country is now positioned to stay at the forefront of international financial services providers.
The Bahamas has no income, inheritance, capital gains or corporate tax.
Goodman's Bay Corporate Center
West Bay Street and Sea View Drive
Nassau - BS
P.O. Box N-7130, Nassau Bahamas - BS