Red Maple Trading
As an offshore commodities and forex trading firm, Red Maple Trading International offers a combination of first-class trading advice combined with an award winning client services team and a trading record that is second to none. Red Maple Trading International's clients make good returns with minimal downside due to our proprietary trading software.
Red Maple Trading International offers a selection of different financial services including both fully-managed and non-discretionary accounts to commodity and forex traders in most countries of the world.
Embrace Offshore Trading
More than a quarter of the money in the world is held offshore. Why?Offshore trading with Red Maple Trading International brings the trader many advantages compared to investing in just the domestic market. Our expert tax staff can setup offshore banking and corporate structures that allow many to pay zero tax without breaking the law. As long as the trades are not made in the clients domestic market.
Any and All information that Red Maple Trading International holds on our clients is 100% confidential and we do not give out that info for any reason. Gain access to many markets that are more lucrative than just investing domestically not to mention higher interest rates on cd's and bonds via our network of offshore bank connections.
What is 'Offshore'
"Offshore" refers to a location outside of one's national boundaries, whether or not that location is land- or water-based. The term "offshore" may be used to describe foreign banks, corporations, investments and deposits. A company may legitimately move offshore for the purpose of tax avoidance or to enjoy relaxed regulations.
Offshore can refer to a variety of foreign-based entities or accounts. In order to qualify as offshore, the accounts or entity must be based in any country other than the customer's or investor's home nation. Many countries, territories and jurisdictions have offshore financial centers (OFCs). These include well-known centers such as Switzerland, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands, and lesser-known centers such as Mauritius, Dublin and Belize. The level of regulatory standards and transparency differs widely among OFCs. Supporters of OFCs argue that they improve the flow of capital and facilitate international business transactions.
Offshore investing can involve any situation in which the investors reside outside of the nation in which they are investing. This practice is mostly used by high net worth investors, as the cost to operate offshore accounts can be notable. Offshore investing may require the creation of accounts in the nation in which the investor wishes to invest.
Offshore banking involves the securing of assets in financial institutions in foreign countries, which may be limited by the laws of the customer's home nation, can be used to avoid certain unfavorable circumstances should the funds be kept in a financial institution in the home nation. This can include the avoidance of tax obligations as well as making it more difficult for these assets to be seized by a person or entity in the home nation. For those who work internationally, the ability to save and use funds in a foreign currency for international dealings can be a benefit, which can provide a simpler way to access funds in the needed currency without the need to account for rapidly changing exchange rates. Because banking regulations vary from nation to nation, it is possible the country in which offshore banking is conducted does not offer the same protections as other nations.
Offshoring and Company Profits
Businesses with significant sales overseas, such as Apple Inc. and Microsoft Corp., may take the opportunity to keep related profits in offshore accounts in countries with lower tax burdens. In 2015, it was estimated that $2.10 trillion in profits were held overseas, across 304 U.S. corporations, which was an 8% rise when compared to 2014.