Your Company in Marshall Islands in 1-2 days.* Client confidentiality protection via secured systems. Your company and its application for a bank account, including eBanking and credit card. Opening by correspondence. A dedicated manager available throughout the year.
How it works?
1. Complete our online form (3 minutes)
2. Upload your personal documents
4. Additional services such as bank account are processed.
3. Company gets registered
5. Receive your company documents by courier
The Marshall Islands enjoy 0% Taxation, no auditing and no paid up capital requirement.
An MRI IBC permits 100% foreign ownership and limited liability, can be formed by one unique shareholder who may also become its sole director, has a fast registration process, no account filing or audit requirements; in addition the names of directors, shareholders and officers are not subject to any public records. Nominee directors and shareholders can be appointed.
International Business Company (IBC).
Governing corporate legislation
Governed by the Marshall Islands Business Corporations Act (BCA) which is similar to corporation laws in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Information published relating to company officers
Non-Resident Companies are not subject to file audited accounts, annual returns, or submit any financial records, details of its owners or shareholders.
No, as per Section 80 of the RMI Associations Law
No taxes on offshore profits
Modern offshore legislation.
Time to form
1 to 2 days*
The Marshal Islands has a solid asset protection regulation.
Efficient communication means.
Paid up capital requirement
Standard authorised capital: USD 50,000.00 or 500 shares without par value
Minimum paid up: USD 1
Anniversary date of the company / Each Year
Basis of legal System
Under Common Law.
Minimum of 1 director/shareholder
Marshall Islands Company, ideal for:
* Subject to the constraints of the due diligence procedure.
** Documents must be provided for every person related to the company.
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