Jun 18, 2011
To register a company you go through the following process:
- A name is chosen for the company.
- The Ministry of Economic Development [MED] approves the name after a $10.33 filing fee is paid.
- The proposed company’s details are filed at the MED – details include the names and addresses of directors and shareholders, the number of shares held by each shareholder, the company’s street and postal addresses, whether the company has a constitution, whether the company wants to get an IRD number, etc…
- Another filing fee [this time of $153.33] is paid
- The directors and shareholders file signed forms at the MED, consenting to their being directors and shareholders
- The MED issues a “Certificate of Incorporation” which is the proof that the new company exists
- The new company issues the shares to the shareholder(s) who signed consents
- The new company creates a set of Registers, as required by the Companies Act 1993
The simplest way to register a company is to get us to do it for you, and you
do that by filling in the order form here.
Or check why get us to register your company. Having already registered
many thousand companies, we can do it in a few hours.