What About Offshore
Banking And Sector Statistics?
Sector listings give you an instant fix on
a company in relation to the market and other members of
comparable groups. At a glance you will see how the prospective
growth rate compares with the market and the sector.
To the left of each table there are market-related statistics,
with the exception of twelve month highs and lows which have
been deleted to make space for more important statistics. To the
right of the company names are the usual financial measures,
such as 5 year EPS growth rate, prospective EPS growth rate, and
prospective dividend yield.
Above the figures for each company, you will find the market
average and market median with the sector weighted average and
the sector median. The weighted average is the product of
weighing each statistic by the market capitalization of the
company. The median is the statistic in the middle of a table
ranking of all the companies in the market or the sector by that
same statistic. The sector weighted average and the sector
median tell a different story.
Other columns are: Price to sales ratio, profit margin, and
return on capital employed.
Growth companies usually have high profit margins and high
returns on capital employed. Because of their high share prices,
these companies are more open to takeover or a management change.
A more open minded chief executive will work wonders with such
companies. Shares that satisfy a stockholders investment needs
are hard to find. Opportunities often depend on one statistic,
which can be identified by a study of the sector listings. The
sector listings for Merchant Banks, Insurance, Banks, Life
Assurance, Property and Other financial Institutions have little
room to spare when it comes to the sector listings.
In laymanís terms offshore banking sectors statistics means what
it says. The ísectorí stands for financial sector, and the
statistics are an explanation of the business the bank has done
in the past- week, month, quarter, or year. You are able to
access these statistics by contacting the bank of your choice.
While they will not tell you who owns the accounts, taken out a
loan, or has a stock portfolio, you will be able to view how
much money the bank has worked with in the past. This should
help you to see how successful a bank is.
Before you open an offshore banking account you should really do
your homework to find out if that particular bank will give you
the account package that is best for your needs. Will you be
able to protect your money from litigation and taxes? Does it
offer stock options for your corporation and does it offer you a
way to incorporate as an offshore company? You will definitely
need to sit down by yourself or with other members you plan on
including in your corporation, and make a solid plan for the
future of your corporation.
Most offshore banks will be able to help you with your needs.
You will want to look for an offshore bank that will give you
all of the options you want. Donít settle for anything else, you
can find an offshore bank to take care of all of your needs in
one account package. Of course you will be paying the bank for
these services but you will receive privacy second to none, and
you will be assured that your money will be in safe hands.