Forming a Company Abroad

We provide company formation services in more than 150 countries. Whether you are seeking the lowest barrier to entry in order to engage local talent, would like to create a subsidiary to your headquarters office, or are seeking to create an entirely new business venture abroad, we can support you. The extent of our services can vary by country, but generally include:

  • Establishing a due diligence file for your company
  • Preparing formation and qualification documents
  • Pre-filing due diligence service as required by the jurisdiction
  • Submitting your application and required documentations, which can include Tax Residence Certificate, Application of Certificate of
  • Incumbency and Application of Certificate of Good Standing, or other elements as required by the government
  • Serving as the interlocutor between your company and local agents
  • Completing and filing incorporation forms
  • Applying for Foreign Entity Registration Certificates where applicable
  • Obtaining your Certificate of Good Standing, or local equivalent
  • Filing for a tax registration number, where applicable
  • Sending you the evidence of filing, as soon as it’s approved
  • Handling payment of government fees and duties, where possible

In addition, we offer a number of additional support services to make your global expansion transparent and easy. A few of these include:

Schedule a time to connect with us today to learn more.

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