International company business: Insurance, Oil, computer software, investment holding and finance, communications and shipping, Tourism. Bermuda enjoys one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, equal to that of the United States. Bermuda boasts stunning beaches and tropical weather.
Hong Kong is one of the world’s leading financial centres. It is an important centre for international finance and trade, with one of the greatest concentration of corporate headquarters in the Asia-Pacific region.
The first-time visitor to Hong Kong is always struck with the dramatic skylines, skyscrapers, great shopping and the visual reminders of it’s colonial past.
The Cayman Islands make up the world’s fifth largest financial centre and the second largest captive insurance domicile. A truly stunning location, the financial district is located in Georgetown, the capital of Grand Cayman. Blessed with sun-kissed beaches and waters teeming with fish flecked with gold, the Cayman Islands offers some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world.
Channel Islands Including – Jersey and Guernsey
Situated just off the coast of mainland France, but part of the British Isles, the Channel Islands, including Jersey and Guernsey. Guernsey comprise Guernsey, Herm, Sark and Alderney. Guernsey’s more southerly location results in an attractive, temperate climate offering more warmth and sunshine than can be found in the rest of the British Isles. Jersey is home to a number of harbours, marinas, manicured golf courses, a race course and vast expanses of sand dunes. Just seventy miles by fast ferry or a short flight from mainland England.
Luxembourg is the smallest European country by size but its low unemployment rate and highly skilled workforce allow it to enjoy the highest per capita income in Europe. Despite its small size, it is one of Europe’s largest financial centres. Its ideal central location in the heart of Europe together with a lively social scene and spectacular landscapes makes Luxembourg a highly attractive location in which to work and live.
United States of America
Enjoying one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, the US has a population of more than 300 million people. The US is loaded with some of the world’s most recognised tourist attractions, including the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and Grand Canyon. From New York City and Los Angeles to Orange County and California, the US boasts an array of exhilarating cities and stunning landmarks.
New Zealand is a haven for outdoor activities, including bungee jumping, tramping (hiking), skiing, mountain biking and sailing. Dramatic scenery is abundant, with glacial mountains, fast-flowing rivers, native forests, beautiful beaches, deep, clear lakes, hissing geysers and boiling mud. New Zealand enjoys a rich Maori culture – and an excellent rugby team.
Canada is one of the world’s wealthiest nations with a high per-capita income and the world’s second largest country. Canada’s total area spans 9.9 million square kilometers. Canada’s population consists of approximately 33.9 million people. Canada will treat you to unrivalled outdoor experiences, cosmopolitan cities, rugged national parks and four distinct seasons. English and French are both Canada’s official languages.
Discover Australia’s cities, from Sydney’s famous harbour to Melbourne’s cutting-edge cultural precincts and Darwin’s laid back ambience. Visit Canberra’s national attractions, lie on Perth’s white beaches or wander Adelaide’s expansive parklands. In all our cities, the skyscrapers and shopping strips are just a short drive from mountains, ocean, river and bush.