As company incorporation agents our experience and relationship with the Peru Companies Registry means, we can obtain registry copies of company documents and conduct comprehensive Peru company searches.
We can provide copies of Peru company documents held at the company register.
The Peru Company Search is a summary of the latest information filed at Companies Registry, confirms the existence of the company and provides further company details disclosed by the company.
Our Peru Company Search report includes the following:
The search report will be ordered from the Peru Registry and delivered by email in 14 days. A Company Search Report can be provided on an express service in 7 days.
The Peru Certificate of Incorporation is issued by the Companies Registry and we can provide a registry copy of the company incorporation certificate which includes the company name, company number, date of incorporation and states that a company is incorporated under the relevant companies acts.
A Certificate of Good Standing cannot be provide in Peru from the Registry.
We can provide copies of the Memorandum of Association which includes, the company name, registered office, registered agent, business activities, share capital the company is authorised to issue, objects and powers of the Peru company.
With a Peru Company Credit Report we conduct an investigation on the target company, include the latest information on the company held by the Companies Registry and credit recommendations are included, where financial data has been filed.
Companies have a legal obligation to maintain certain company registers, we can provide details of the registered company directors for Peru companies.
There must be at least two, and no more than twenty shareholders and they can be of any nationality and residency and may be individuals or corporations. A Peru company search will provide these details where available.
Please complete our enquiry form, so we can assist with your company documents requirements.
There is no minimum capital requirements for a Peruvian company.
It is mandatory in Peru to keep accounting books, financial statements, and other records that accurately represent the companies financial position and explain its transactions. Financial statements must be filed in accordance with accounting principles in Peru, including International Accounting Standards.
Accounts must be kept in Spanish and in the national currency (Peruvian nuevo sol).
Shareholder and director registers must be kept, and are available for public inspection upon request.
Financial statements must be prepared and presented at shareholder meetings but it is not necessary to have these accounts audited by an external auditor.