We can provide a full range of professional services in Jamaica including company formations, registered office service, company secretarial services and company documents.
To incorporate a Jamaica company the following is required for the Companies Office of Jamaica:
These Jamaica companies must be registered with Registrar Of Companies in Jamaica and receive a company number and lodge several documents before it is considered a Jamaican company.
Once all incorporation documents have been submitted, the new company should be incorporated in approximately 1-2 weeks.
The minimum share capital is J$500,000 (€5000)
For private companies the minimum number of shareholders is two, with a maximum of 20 and no restrictions placed upon nationality or residency.
Only one director is required for a private company in Jamaica. The Companies Act allows either individuals or companies to be appointed directors. The Registrar of Companies must be notified of any modification in the particulars of directors within fourteen days of the change
The Companies Office of Jamaica must approve all company name proposals and may refuse any name which it deems to closely resemble another name already on the Register of Companies. Names may also be rejected on the basis of the proposed company name implying a connection to Royalty or Political party, unless justified and names implying the profession of the business such as "Medical", "Accountants", etc must also be justified by a professional certificate stating the indicated profession in the name corresponds to the business activities.
Once incorporated we provide a set of corporate documents for your Jamaica company which, includes the Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum of Association the Articles of Association and Share Certificates. Copies of the company incorporation documents are sent via email and the originals from the companies registry are sent to you in a corporate folder.
A Jamaican company must have a registered office to which all documents may be legally serviced - we can provide a registered office in Jamaica. Notice and details of the address must be given at the date of incorporation, or within seven days of any change of situation.
All companies registered in Jamaica under the Companies Act must file an annual return each year with the Office of the Registrar of Companies.
The annual return must be filed within 28 days of the company's incorporation anniversary date.
A Jamaican company must hold a general meeting each year, with no longer than 15 months elapsing between the date of one meeting and the next. If the first annual general meeting is held within 18 months of incorporation, another is not required for the year of incorporation or in the following year.
A company limited by shares or guarantee and having a share capital shall hold a general meeting of the company members, called the Statutory Meeting, between one and three months from when the company begins to commence business.
We can incorporate your Jamaica company, according to your specifications, please click "Incorporate Now" for our fees and a timescale.