offshore banking center

(banking) Financial center where many of the financial institutions have little connection with that country’s financial system. Usually established for purposes of tax avoidance. Examples are the Cayman Islands, where many of the corporations are engaged in business in the U.S. and Europe, and London, where many of the financial institutions are engaged in Eurodollar trading.

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