List of offshore financial centres
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Several countries and territories have been designated offshore financial centres by notable institutions namely, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Financial Secrecy Index (managed by the Tax Justice Network) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Other jurisdictions however have not been designated by the such, but are known offshore financial centres as well. 
1 Used to be part of the former Netherlands Antilles which was dissolved in 2010 and now self-governing territories.
2 Including the Caribbean Netherlands (formerly Netherlands Antilles) which was dissolved in 2010.
3 Only the Federal Territory of Labuan is designated.
4 Only the Autonomous Region of Madeira is designated.
5 Notably the state of Delaware is well known as a corporate haven due to its business-friendly corporation law.
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