Who we are

At PwC East Caribbean, we’re a passionate community of solvers coming together in unexpected ways.

It all adds up to The New Equation

At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. In our increasingly complex world, we work with businesses, government and the community to deliver solutions and sustained outcomes. To help The East Caribbean continue to thrive and grow.

With offices in 151 countries, with more than 364,000 people, we are among the leading professional services networks in the world. We help organisations and individuals create the value they are looking for, by delivering quality in Assurance, Tax and Advisory services.

For the past few decades, successive governments in Barbados have diligently constructed a framework of legislation designed to encourage foreign investment and establish the island as a leading international business centre in the Caribbean.

Barbados is a highly respected domicile for such entities as international insurance companies, international business companies, international banks, societies with restricted liabilities, international trusts and mutual funds.

Throughout the process of enacting and refining the laws governing international business, the country has rigorously safeguarded its reputation for integrity, responding quickly to such international concerns as money laundering and lack of transparency. While offering a low-tax environment to international businesses, Barbados has chosen to establish a high level of transparency and a cooperative approach to information sharing with tax authorities in other countries.

Territory factsheet

Name: Barbados

Location: 13 10 N, 59 32 W 

Capital: Bridgetown

Area: 430 km2 / 166.4 miles2 

Airport(s): Grantley Adams International

Population: 303,431

Currency: Barbados Dollar (BBD)

Languages: English (official)

Motto: Pride and Industry

Anthem: In Plenty and In Time of Need

Date of Independence: 30 November 1966 (from the UK)