We can provide copies of company documents from the Anguilla Commercial Registry, the documents we can probably provide include:
The Anguilla Commercial Registry maintain the register for: International Business Companies Limited Liability Companies, Company Ordinance Companies, Limited Partnerships and Anguilla Foundations. In 1995 the International Business Companies Ordinance, came into effect, as part of a suite of contemporary legislation replacing the old Companies Act, which was repealed. After a series of amendments, the 1994 Ordinance was itself replaced by the Companies Act 2000.
We are able to conduct a company search on any company registered in Anguilla. We contact the Anguilla Commercial Registry and obtain the latest information on the target company which will show the companies current position and status.
Information obtained from the Anguilla Commercial Registry included in the search report includes:
If the company is an Ordinary Company – the directors names, shareholders are filed at the Anguilla Commercial Registry and therefore included are in the search.
With IBC's the names of directors and shareholders are generally not filed at the Anguilla Commercial Registry, however there is an option to do this so, if available these would be included. With an IBC the information on the Beneficial Owners is kept at the Registered Office and not available to the public.
The Anguilla search report is delivered by email in 3 - 5 days.
In Anguilla the names of the shareholders and directors are not part of any public record and are known only to the registered agent.
A company which is registered with the Anguilla Commercial Registry, is said to be in Good Standing if it has filed and continued to file all statutory filings and paid all annual fees which are due.
Copies of the company documents must be kept at the Registered Office of the Anguilla company this includes, the Articles of Incorporation, General by-laws, Certificate of Incorporation and the Register of directors and shareholders.
Annual accounts are not required to be filed with the Anguilla Commercial Registry although, there are requirements for the directors to maintain financial information to enable them to operate and function properly in Anguilla.
Upon Incorporation of a company the Certificate of Incorporation and and Articles of Incorporation are generated by the Anguilla Commercial Registry.
In Anguilla they don't have Memorandum & Articles of Association There are Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws.
We can usually provide apostille company documents for companies including the Certificate of Incorporation, Certificate of Good Standing and Association of Incorporation.
We can provide copies of official company documents and conduct searches for companies registered in Anguilla. Please complete our enquiry form so we can assist with your company documents requirements: