Most offshore businesses use nominee directors and/or shareholders to guarantee their privacy. The service is used to ensure the highest degree of privacy and confidentiality, as the name of either will appear in the corporate documents, in any business contract and, eventually, in the jurisdiction’s business register.
A nominee director is appointed as the company’s director. The service is requested when the client cannot appear as the registered director of a company for any personal, commercial or legal reasons. The name of the nominee director will appear in the corporate documents, business contracts and the public record.
The nominee director’s role and relationship with the company’s beneficial owner will be determined by the Nominee Service Agreement, which ensures that the nominee will act or sign documents only according to the UBO’s directions.
A nominee shareholder holds the shares on behalf of the company’s beneficial owner. Again, the service is requested when the client cannot appear as the registered director of a company for any personal, commercial or legal reasons. The name of the nominee shareholder will appear in the corporate documents, business contracts and the public record.
A Nominee Service Agreement (declaration of trust) will be signed between the client and the nominee.
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