Our Office in Barbados

Knowledge is Power

Maxwell Main Road, Christ Church
Parliament
The Parliament Buildings

The Little Gem in the Caribbean

Geography
Barbados is the most easterly of the Caribbean islands, located at 13 degrees north, and 59 degrees west, between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Its nearest Caribbean neighbours are St. Vincent and St. Lucia. Barbados is approximately 1,600 miles south-east of Miami, Florida. The island is 166 square miles, and measures 21 miles long by 14 miles wide. The capital, Bridgetown, is located in the south-west of the island in the parish of St. Michael, which is the most populated of the eleven parishes.
Economy
Barbados is the wealthiest and one of the most developed countries in the Eastern Caribbean and enjoys one of the highest per capita incomes in the region. Historically, the Barbadian economy was dependent on sugarcane cultivation and related activities. However, in recent years the economy has diversified into light industry and tourism. Offshore finance and information services are important foreign exchange earners, boosted by being in the same time zone as eastern US financial centers and by a relatively highly educated workforce. Following the 2008-09 recession, external vulnerabilities such as fluctuations in international oil prices have hurt economic growth, raised Barbados' already high public debt to GDP ratio - which stood at 105% of GDP in 2016 - and cut into its international reserves.

Professional Services

Barbados has a wide range of high quality, professional services which satisfy the needs of both domestic businesses, as well as the international business sector. Services offered include legal, accounting, wealth management, banking, management consulting, information technology, marketing and advertising, as well as real estate management, among others.

Our Office

We are located in the parish of Christ Church, along Maxwell Main Road, on the south coast of the island. Walk-ins are welcome.