Fees

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All our fees are on this page, we appreciate your interest.


When the entity is a LLC/LLP/LP, there is no shareholder nor director. But the entity could be member-managed, or manager-managed. In the case of a member-managed entity, please use the Nominee Shareholder service, otherwise please use the Nominee Director service.


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Nominee Services

Name of service: Price
in GBP
Nominee Shareholder £49/year
Nominee Secretary £44/year
Nominee Director £124/year
Proxy Management Service £160/year
Reverse Nominee Shareholder £490/year
Reverse Nominee Secretary £440/year
Reverse Nominee Director £1240/year


Incorporation/Company Formation/Company Continuance Services

Name of service: Price
in GBP
Marshall Islands LLC Series (one Series only) £200/year
Domestication/continuance of Delaware LLCs to Wyoming Incorporation: HK$975
Renewal @ HK$1555/year (including annual return)


Trust Services

Name of service: Price
in GBP
Create a trust
& ongoing
£350 set-up,
then £150/year
Trustee of an existing trust £150/year/trustee


Intellectual Property Services

Intellectual Property: Price
in GBP
Trademark and/or Design Registration £50/application
+statutory fees


Documents

Name of document: Price
in GBP
Options
Subrogation order £15/act
+postage
None
Nominees' Certificate of Incumbency[1] £15/certificate
+postage
Notarized: +£55
Notarized w/Apostille: +£135
+postage
Signature of any document
provided by you[2]
FREE signature
+postage
Notarized: +£55/document
Notarized w/Apostille: +£135/document
+postage


Office

Name of service: Price
in GBP
Air mail postage
Registered
£3/envelope
+£3 for registered mail
Express postage £16/envelope
Courier postage £29/envelope
Document scanning £2/document
Email postage FREE
Printing of documents FREE
A4 or US Letter paper format FREE
just ask

Notes

  1. A Certificate of Incumbency is a document used to confirm the identity of the signing officers of an entity. Sometimes it also confirms the names of directors and shareholders as well as minute book contents. A Certificate of Incumbency is often used to prove that a particular individual is authorized to enact legally binding transactions on behalf of a company. A Certificate of Incumbency has various other names; it is also known as an Incumbency Certificate, a Certificate of Officers, an Officer Certificate, a Register of Directors, and as a Secretary Certificate.
  2. Only document(s) with our sole signature can be notarized and/or apostilled.
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