The Grenadines are enchanted, idyllic islands scattered down the Eastern Caribbean from St. Vincent in the north to Grenada, approximately 1600 miles southeast of Miami.
Each island is very individual in style and appeal although all are unspoiled with irresistible white sand beaches, warm clear seas and remoteness from the pressures of life. Discovered by Columbus in 1498, this multi-island state belonging to the British Commonwealth became independent on October 27, 1979. The main city and financial center, Kingstown, is situated on St. Vincent Island.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an independent nation. It is a full member of the British Commonwealth, the United Nations, the Organization of American States, the International Labor Organization, CARICOM and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States. In 1996 The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines created a new International Financial Services Authority and enacted a set of laws that not only reflect the best elements of modern international legislation, but also accept the reality of today's information technology. There are up-to-date laws governing International Business Companies, International Banks and Trusts, as well as a law ensuring proper preservation of confidential relationships in financial services. For the international client, whether corporate or private, St.Vincent offers a secure and modern environment in which to do business.
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