Chinese Translation Services
by Mandarin Interpreter and Chinese Translator in Bermuda
Chinese Translation in Bermuda

In Bermuda, we provide Chinese translation and Mandarin interpretation services by our Chinese translators and Mandarin interpreters in Bermuda or in New York, the United States. 

Chinese written document translations can be done via emails.  Mandarin oral interpretations can be arranged via over the phone.  For in person interpretations for legal depositions or court trials, we can either provide an escort translator or interpreter, or we can fly our Chinese translators and Mandarin interpreters to Bermuda to provide Chinese translation and Mandarin interpretation services to you.

We have served Bermuda based financial firms in the past on some of the very high profile Chinese and Taiwanese clients.

We aim to help you with our professional Chinese translation services through our Chinese translators with legal and financial backgrounds.

Contact us to serving you in Bermuda

By email:
(Received instantaneously through a smart phone device)

By phone:

Tel: 626-487-8909

By fax:

Fax: 626-282-9252

Our Chinese Translators for Hamilton, Bermuda

Bermuda Chinese Translator Coordinator: Samuel

Samuel is a Chinese translator.  As one of our Chinese translation coordination team members for Bermuda, he coordinates our Chinese translators and Mandarin interpreters there.  He has had more than 20 years of translation and interpretation experience in the US.

He is an asset in our Chinese translation team for Bermuda.

General Information about Bermuda

Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean.

Bermuda's economy is based on offshore insurance and reinsurance, and tourism, two of its largest economic sectors. It has had one of the world's highest GDP per capita since the 20th century. As an offshore financial centre, which results from Bermuda's minimal standards of business regulation/laws and direct taxation on personal or corporate income, Bermuda has one of the highest consumption taxes in the world and taxes all imports in lieu of an income tax system. Bermuda's consumption tax is equivalent to local income tax to local residents and funds government and infrastructure expenditures. The local tax system depends upon import duties, payroll taxes and consumption taxes. The legal system is derived from that of the United Kingdom, with recourse to English courts of final appeal. Foreign private individuals cannot easily open bank accounts or subscribe to mobile phone or internet services.

Having no corporate income tax, Bermuda is a popular tax avoidance location. Google, for example, is known to have shifted over $10 billion in revenue to its Bermuda subsidiary utilizing the "Double Irish" and "Dutch Sandwich" tax avoidance strategies, reducing its 2011 tax liability by $2 billion.

Large numbers of leading international insurance companies operate in Bermuda. Those internationally owned and operated businesses that are physically based in Bermuda (around four hundred) are represented by the Association of Bermuda International Companies (ABIC). In total, over 15,000 exempted or international companies are currently registered with the Registrar of Companies in Bermuda, most of which hold no office space or employees.

There are four hundred securities listed on the stock exchange, of which almost three hundred are offshore funds and alternative investment structures attracted by Bermuda's regulatory environment. The Exchange specializes in listing and trading of capital market instruments such as equities, debt issues, funds (including hedge fund structures) and depository receipt programs. The BSX is a full member of the World Federation of Exchanges and is located in an OECD member nation. It also has Approved Stock Exchange status under Australia's Foreign Investment Fund (FIF) taxation rules and Designated Investment Exchange status by the UK's Financial Services Authority.

Tourism is Bermuda's second-largest industry, with the island attracting over half a million visitors annually, of whom more than 80% are from the United States. Other significant sources of visitors are from Canada and the United Kingdom. Tourists arrive either by cruise ship or by air at L.F. Wade International Airport, the only airport on the island.