Setting up your Entity, Registering it, and Making Sure it Complies with Local Laws

Registered office address

In addition to helping you find a suitable physical location using our global office brokerage service, we can assist you in setting up a registered office to serve as the official address of your incorporated company, association, or other legal entity.

To ensure that businesses have an official address abroad, our local teams of attorneys, company secretaries, and paralegals collaborate with clients and intermediaries all over the world.

This service is designed for multinational businesses that need an address abroad without opening their own physical offices.

Legal assistance

Our partners’ offices have lawyers and attorneys who can provide you with expert legal advice on international and national legal issues. The teams are made up of skilled professionals in the fields of legal and business consulting with significant expertise in all facets of international and business affairs, supported by our other offices around the world.

Contact our qualified attorneys and lawyers for:

  • Contract and Corporate Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Real Estate
  • Residence and work permit regulation
  • International Tax Laws
  • Civil and Criminal Litigation
  • Wills and Estates
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Apostil Legalization

Forming a Company

Both domestically and internationally, the formation of a company can be surprisingly complicated. Procedures, deadlines, languages, prices, and requirements can vary greatly between states and provinces as well as between different countries.

We provide a full range of company formation services and are seasoned professionals at incorporating businesses in more than 200 nations (including all important onshore, mid-shore, and offshore jurisdictions).

The difficulty of establishing an entity varies greatly from nation to nation, state to state, and province to province. Each has a set of rules, bureaucracy, and requirements that determine how quickly a company can legally start doing business and the timelines for setup.

For instance, the entity type may not be appropriate for the purpose for which it is intended according to local regulations, the timeframes for obtaining tax numbers may be too short, and local authorities may require more forms to be completed by hand and submitted in person. What was supposed to be the beginning of a thrilling period of growth quickly turns into a time-consuming journey overrun with unexpected paperwork.

Experienced company secretaries, attorneys, and paralegals with decades of incorporation experience work in the offices of our local partners. With regular, direct contact with the local authorities in every nation we work in, our experts not only speak the local tongue but also have in-depth knowledge of their respective jurisdictions, ensuring that we are aware of changes as soon as they occur. We are compliant with all national and international tax laws, and our Know Your Client and anti-money laundering procedures are effective. If you prefer, we can also provide fixed fees and single currency invoicing.


Corporate Secretary Services

  • Directorships and officer services
  • Using a single point of contact for coordination and a specific service delivery manager, international entity management enables compliance across numerous jurisdictions
  • International Corporate Entity Report: View a summary of the public data that is available about your business in any of the nations where you do business
  • Identifying areas of non-compliance with the International Corporate Entity Healthcheck Report, which includes information on legal registration and incorporation details, the full name of the company, its registered office address, its current directors, shareholders, and share capital, as well as a check of the minutes and any statutory filings (including the submission of financial accounts) that have been made
  • Registered Agent / Process Agent: standardized global solution for your process agent service needs
  • Registered offices: creating a registered office that will serve as your company, association, or other legal entity’s registered address
  • International Corporate Structuring
  • Common Reporting Standards
  • Loan agent and administration services

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