Company incorporation in Marshall Islands
Easy, simple and fast formation – that’s exactly how incorporating a company in the Marshall Islands can be defined. If you want to know more, contact Aniva Consulting!
A standard offshore company in the Marshall Islands possess the status of an International Business Company (IBC), meaning that it’s exempt from local taxes. Marshall Islands uses a combination of Anglo-Saxon law, and as such setting up a company here is relatively straightforward.
Interestingly, unlike other members of the OECD, Marshall Islands remains not yet fully compliant with requirements to be transparent with company ownership information and as a result, as at this juncture, information pertaining to shareholders and directors are generally kept private and undisclosed.
Thus far, Marshall Islands has been attractive particularly for property management and licensed activities such as financial institutions.
To set up a Marshall Island company, you need only a single director and shareholder. No meetings of the board is required and the corporate structure is flexible and therefore it is easy to implement any changes to the structure.
If this is the combination you want to take advantages of, don’t hesitate and contact Aniva Consulting! We will help you set up your Marshall Island company and provide you with the necessary support you need such as to secure directors, officers, company secretary, office space, accounting and other services. Contact us now to complete this set up for you!