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The registration procedure to incorporate your new company is:
Company Name Approval – The company name must be officially approved by the Registrar of Companies
Preparation of statutory documents – The statutory documents usually include the Memorandum and Articles of Association . The Articles of Association details the constitution and the internal procedures from which the company is governed under the relevant Companies Act.
Registered Office/Registered Agent – We provide a registered office address in the country of registration. This legal address is a requirement and shown on public record.
Certificate of Incorporation – Once all the documents have been lodged correctly with the Registrar, a Certificate of Incorporation is issued for your new company. The Certificate of Incorporation confirms the company is registered and includes the company name, company registration number and the date of incorporation.
Company Incorporated – We have now incorporated your company, according to your specifications. The registration documents are couriered to you and your company is ready to start trading.
Company Secretarial Services – We can assist you with any company secretarial advice you may require and can also carry out company secretarial duties on your behalf.new-rcb988-qr-code
For the purpose of your company registration, the following information is required :
- Proposed Company Name
- Description of Business Activities
- Name, address, copy passport and occupation of the Directors
- Name, address and copy passport for each shareholder
- The number of shares to be issued to each shareholder
- Company Secretary particulars – where required we can provide a company secretary service