Labuan is a federal island territory under the administration of the Malaysian government, with an established international business and finance centre, Labuan IBFC.
Its legal system is based on common law principles and its five-fold business focus covers offshore holding companies, captive insurance, Sharia-compliant Islamic finance structuring, public and private funds and wealth management.
Labuan Key Facts
- Legal system based on English common law
- Robust regulatory regime
- Tax neutrality and extensive range of double tax treaties
- Political and economic stability
- First-class infrastructure
- Gateway to Asia