JAFZA Offshore Company Formation
JAFZA Offshore opens door to an excellent global connectivity and promises outmost confidentiality. A client can set up an offshore company here through one of the approved registered agents.
There are numerous benefits of JAFZA offshore company setup such as 100% foreign ownership, no limits on foreign exchange, 100% confidentiality and privacy and no limits on foreign exchange.
Companies registering in Jafza offshore cannot conduct trading, manufacturing or business within the Emirates; hence, they do not require an operating license. A company can be registered in Jafza offshore with a single or multiple shareholder and a minimum of two directors. Corporate directors cannot get involved in the offshore business. Offshore companies can open bank accounts in prominent banks at Dubai and other jurisdictions.
Company Incorporation made easier with HLB HAMT
The following types of offshore companies can be registered in JAFZA
- General Trading
- Investments or Joint Investments Company
- Shipping or Ship Management Company
- Holding Company
- Copyright or Patent Company
JAFZA Offshore Company Formation can be made easier with the assistance and support of our business consultants at HLB HAMT. We offer tailored services to our clients and help them with essential documentation, finance related matters, accounting and legal requirements.
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