LIBERIA COMPANY FORMATION
Easy to form and administer Liberia corporation in commercially tested jurisdiction with an established legal system closely affiliated to the US, without international banking restrictions or sanctions attached. Liberia Corporation exempted from income and withholding taxes, does not require annual reporting and audits, limits the shareholder's personal liability. Corporation is frequently used for maritime purposes and international duty free export to the EU and the US.
- Register your Company in Liberia in 2 weeks.
- We provide you with the most competitive price.
- We maintain complete confidentiality.
- A dedicated relationship manager will assist you throughout the process.
- We can help you register a company with a bank account; without any need to travel the whole process can be taken care of remotely, you can access your account using Internet banking and Debit card.
Our fees for incorporating and registration of a company in Liberia are $1599.
Annual Renewal Fees is $1499.
- Professional services for preparation and submission of documents to registrar.
- Payment of state duty for registration of a company.
- Acquisition of a registered office& a registered agent.
- Preparation of Company’s Registration Forms.
- Apostille set of organization documents.
- Filing of all corporate documents.< /ul>
- 1 Director and 1 Shareholder.
- Share Capital Requirement: A standard formation is 500 registered shares without par value or US$50,000 of par value stock.
- Physical Office is required.
- Liaising with the relevant authorities and coordination with the notary.
- Unlimited free legal consultations for 1 year.
- Attending to filing incorporation request with the company registry.
- Attending to payment of government filing fees
- Mailing address in the country of incorporation.
- Payment of various Compliance fees.
Nominee Shareholder: $ 300
Nominee Director & General Power of Attorney (apostilled): $ 650
Special Power of Attorney (Apostilled): $ 300
Certificate of Good Standing (Apostilled): $ 330
Certificate of Incumbency (Apostilled): $ 400
Set of corporate documents (Apostilled): $ 400
- Proof of identity (Current valid Passport, National ID card).
- Proof of Residential Address of the chosen Shareholders and Directors.
- Resolution to open a bank account, rent an office, appoint first director/shareholder, engage a Phone, Internet & Website service provider, hire a staff member/s.
- Agreement authorizing to represent the company in commercial negotiations.
- Resolution issuing a Power of Attorney authorizing to sign documents on behalf of the company.
- Register of directors/shareholders.
- M & AA, Certificate of Incorporation, Latest Annual returns and financial statements in case of a Corporate Shareholder.
A Liberian entity is permitted to have as its objects any purpose not specifically precluded by the law (e.g., a foundation may not trade, but may own the shares of trading organization). Corporations frequently have as the objects clause a provision authorizing the corporation to do anything permitted by the Business Corporation Act, so could carry on any business which does not require a license from a Government authority in Liberia, in practice precluding only banking, insurance, mutual funds, and gaming. Standard formation documents are available, or custom documents can be used, either by the addition of provisions to the standard documents or by submitting custom documents (subject to compliance with the statutory requirements). Regular clients of the Registry deposit custom documents with the Registry to speed formation.
Every name must include a suffix appropriate to the type of entity, but, as with the name, it can be in any language so long as it is in Roman characters. There are special provisions to enable a name to be recorded in Chinese characters also and for the corporation to trade using the name in Chinese. A name may not be the same as or too similar to an existing name, and there are restrictions on using names which may mislead or imply a connection with or the patronage of the Government of Liberia.
Non-resident Liberian entities are not liable for Liberian tax, unless beneficially owned by a person liable to taxation in Liberia, but cannot trade within Liberia or own real estate in Liberia, and cannot undertake banking, insurance, insurance broking or mutual fund business anywhere.
There is no requirement to file accounts for any type of Liberian entity. The normal books of record of a legal entity and financial records should be maintained to reflect the entity’s financial status and to satisfy the obligation to disclose information to, for example, the shareholders. The records can be maintained in any location selected by the directors/managers and can be in paper or maintained electronically.
For any queries/ additional services please send us an email or reach us on Skype at email@example.com.