Anguilla: Types of Company
Protected Cell Companies
Anguilla introduced the Protected Cell Companies Act in 2004, which allows the registration of PCCs and determines the rules governing the management of such companies. A PCC company’s structure involves the creation of a number of ring-fenced cells, which form separate and distinct accounts. Any assets linked to a particular protected cell are not considered as part of the general assets of the overall protected cell company. This also extends to the insolvency of a cell, which should not affect the business of the other cells.