Abacus is a leading fiduciary and fund services group based in the Isle of Man and Malta. As an independent and privately owned group of companies, our principles of applying integrity, independence and insight across our clients’ requirements, has gained us recognition as a leader in our field.
As one of the longest established and reputable service providers on the Isle of Man, later expanding into Europe through the establishment of a Malta office, we have an established track record of more than 40 years of excellence in providing fiduciary and professional administration services.
We provide premier onshore and offshore solutions to an international client base, delivered by an experienced and technically competent team of multi-disciplined and multi-lingual professionals. Whether an investment portfolio, trading company, real property, a luxury yacht or business jet, we can establish an effective trust, company or fund structure tailored to the needs of our clients and offer associated administration services and back office support at a level they require.
In a fast evolving world it is important for us to be proactive. We are committed to finding new ways in which we can assist clients through the development and provision of new solutions and keeping pace with change and ever more sophisticated tax planning.
We set ourselves apart from other providers through comprehensive understanding of the planning behind each structure to ensure it is the optimum solution in each instance. We then apply this depth of knowledge, understanding and expertise to ensure that the services we provide meet the objectives of each individual client and their respective individual planning needs.
We are proud to have a team of multi-disciplined, resourceful and innovative professionals who hold a range of qualifications that sets us apart from others.
We understand that the key to our success lies with our people. We offer a highly competitive remuneration package that demonstrates our commitment to attracting and retaining the best people. We believe in personal development and are committed to allowing individuals to thrive.
To help you achieve your best at work Abacus also has sophisticated bespoke administration systems that defy comparison. We offer an ideal working environment, a team culture and we ensure that our staff have an excellent life – work balance. We also support a very active social committee and encourage our staff to participate in local charitable initiatives.
We are happy to hear from anyone looking to start a career with Abacus even when we do not have any vacancies. If you would like to join our team, please check our list of vacancies and email a copy of your current CV to email@example.com.
“Helping to build a brighter future in our local communities”
At Abacus, we recognise the importance of giving back to the communities in which we work and live, which is why we are proud to partake in a range of philanthropic efforts which include charitable giving as well as employee involvement and support.
Abacus’ Corporate Responsibility Strategy is to support local health care, children’s welfare and cancer charities which help and improve the quality of life of people living in our local communities. We are committed to supporting local charities in the Isle of Man and Malta with the aim of helping them raise awareness and giving them the tools to build a brighter future.
The Abacus Corporate Responsibility Committee (‘Abacus CRC’), made up of a group of volunteer employees, is responsible for the implementation of our corporate responsibility strategy – it organises fundraising activities and coordinates donations whilst also supporting and assisting individual staff members in their own charitable activities.
Any charitable donations are currently funded by staff contributions. We are proud of the benevolence, generosity and commitment we witness from our employees during our fundraising initiatives, so much so that we match any funds raised on a £ for £ basis.
Over the years we are proud to have supported charities including but not limited to: Macmillan, Manx Children in Need Appeal, Age Concern, Isle of Man Neonatal Unit, Manx Miracles, Manx Gateway, Isle of Man Live at Home Scheme, MS Society, Actions4Autism, Wish Upon a Dream, Rebecca’s House, Isle of Man Hospice, Max Decaf, Eva Roses Garden, Manx Sailing for the Disabled, Isle of Man Adoption Service, Alzheimer’s Society, Craig’s Heartstrong, Cystic Fibrosis IOM, Guide Dogs for Blind Association, Hyperbaric Chamber, Motor Neurone Disease, Oskar’s Dreams, Parkinson’s Society, Ballamona Association for Mental Health.
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Ballamona Association for Mental Health & Abacus
October 2, 2018
The Ballamona Association for Mental Health (B.A.M.H.) is a Registered Manx Charity and has been in existence since 1966 when it was founded as Ballamona (Hospital) League of Friends. Originally…
Parkinson’s Disease Society Isle of Man & Abacus
May 3, 2018
It was in 1817 that London physician James Parkinson first wrote a description of a movement disorder in a detailed medical essay entitled ‘An Essay on the Shaking Palsy’. [Excerpt]…
Cystic Fibrosis Trust IoM & Abacus
March 2, 2018
The first cases of cystic fibrosis appeared in 3000 BC; migrations of peoples, genetic mutations and new feeding conditions could have been the causes of its diffusion. An ancient German…
Abacus supports Craig’s Heartstrong Foundation
October 27, 2017
Craig’s Heartstrong Foundation was set up by the Lunt family in memory of their 25 year old son, Craig, a well-respected, talented and popular young Manx footballer who tragically died…
Alzheimer’s Society & Abacus
September 21, 2017
The word ‘dementia’ describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss, impaired judgement, confusion, loss of language and lack of emotional control caused by diseases of the brain…