Despite a relatively quick incorporation process, purchasing a ready made company is still the most efficient method of incorporating in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Ready made companies are available to begin trading immediately after purchase and skip many of the complex formalities associated with registering a new company; making a ready made company a quick and simple alternative to registering a new company.
Many entrepreneurs choose to purchase a ready made company, as it constitutes a less complex and time consuming way to enter the market. Also, offering benefits regarding the companies image and reputation.
Companies in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have been incorporated with a wide range of business objects and using neutral names. It is possible to change both these objects, along with the Articles of Association and registered address enabling the company to match your exact requirements.
When choosing a company name there are certain rules that must be adhered to:
All of our ready made companies in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are fully maintained up to accounting and reporting standards. This includes producing shareholder/director registers, annual returns, financial statements, etc. This gives each company a credible and stable history that offers the following benefits:
Upon purchase of the ready made company all documents, dated back to the date of incorporation, are supplied.
Upon purchase of a ready made company new directors need to be appointed. As incorporation agents we hold the position of company director but once the company is purchased we resign. The new directors are appointed by completing and signing the appropriate documentation, alternatively we can complete this process for you if granted Power of Attorney.
All official company documents are issued to the new directors, which includes the Certificate of Incorporation, Articles and Memorandum of Association and secretarial forms, although in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines there is no statutory obligation to appoint a company secretary.
Ownership of the company is transferred via the standard share transfer procedure in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Once ownership is transferred new share certificates are issued to confirm the new ownership.