Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands which are located between Weymouth and Poole on the English south coast and Lessay on the French west coast.
It is a small island, about 5 miles (8 km) long and 9 miles (14.5 km) wide, and is a self-governing dependency of the United Kingdom.
It has a mix of British and French cultures and is well it’s known for its lovely beaches, historic castles (1st photo is Gorey Bay with Mont Orgueil castle in the background), cliff-side walking trails and inland valleys.
The Jersey War Tunnels complex were excavated by slave labour and were occupied by the Germans for five years during World War 2
Jersey is a well known and important offshoring location for Eurpean finance and investment companies. It is home to many high net worth individuals and corporations. As such, the Island offers a very competitive taxation and regulatory environment to global trading companies and investors, competing directly with London.
A Jersey Exempt Company formation is largely based on English common law with some French modifications. Exempt companies not engaging in any type of business inside Jersey pay no corporate tax, however normal resident company is not tax exempt.
GoldMoney has one of it's HQs there.