Management / Nominee service
A nominee is usually used when you want to increase your privacy, decrease your visibility, or have someone do something that you can not do. It is a legal requirement that some companies should have at least 1 shareholder, 1 director, a secretary and registered office.Our current nominee services includes:
- Nominee shareholders – Some companies should have at least one shareholder. If the beneficial owners require complete anonymity, then our own companies can be used to hold the shares in trust without the names of the beneficial owners being disclosed publicly. If the beneficial owners do not need anonymity, then the shares may be registered in their names.
- Nominee for Public Record – If you wish to keep your name off the Internet, and off the state’s records, then this is the service for you. The nominee signs the incorporation papers and becomes the officer of record for the company. After the paperwork is returned from the state, the nominee resigns from the company and you appoint another officer, most likely yourself.
- Nominee directors – We can provide you with nominee director services.
- Secretary – We can also act as the secretary of the company on your behalf.
- Full time Nominee Service – This service is designed for those that absolutely do not want their name to be associated with a company. The nominee is not only the officer of record but is the only one who signs documents for the company. The nominee will sign all corporate documents, except those which are against the local legislation.
Offshore Account Signatory Services
What are Offshore Account Signatory Services?
Put simply, account signatory services refer to the nomination a third-party professional who is vested with the authority to act as signatory on a bank or brokerage account and who is independent from both he company owner(s) as well as the manager(s) and those hired to operate the business.
For some people, our recommendation for ultimate asset protection and tax efficiency is that, with any structure you cause to be set up, you not designate yourself as manager, beneficiary, stockholder, officer or trustee – in other words, it must be totally at “arms length” from you.