At this stage, the client is almost completely set up offshore. The offshore company and trust have been established and bank and brokerage accounts are operating.
But these newly formed entities and accounts may generate mail. This presents a potential problem. If the wrong eyes see mail from offshore the privacy of
the entire structure could be in jeopardy. To insure that this never happens, an offshore mail forwarding address is assigned to the IBC. Any mail for the IBC
(such as offshore bank or brokerage statements) is sent to the assigned offshore address and then forwarded to HFS. It is then placed inside a discreet envelope
and mailed to the client. Using offshore mail forwarding will avoid any breaches in privacy that might occur as a
result of offshore correspondence being sent directly to a domestic residence or business.
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