HLA Offshore Co Order Form
HLA SIN Incorporation Order Form
HLA HKG Incorporation Order Form
HLA Nominee Order Form for Offshore Co
HLA Nominee Order Form for SIN-HKG Co
HLA SIN Virtual Office Order Form
HLA HKG Virtual Office Order Form
YACHT REGISTRATION FORMS
Form 1A - Application for Registration Yacht
Form 2A - Declaration of Ownership
Form 2A Survey - Yachts under 24m
Form 2B - Declaration of Change of Ownership
Form 7 - Ext. CIYS Application for Membership
Form 9 - Bill of Sale
Form 10A - Yacht Carving and Marking Note
Form 12 - Notice of Name Change
Form 14 - Application for Deletion of Registration
Prices in U.S. Dollars (Prices below do not include Nominee Director. Please refer to our Nominee Service Price List for fees.)
Marshall Islands International Business Corporations (IBCs) are governed by the Business Corporations Act (BCA,) which is contained in the Marshall Islands Associations Law of 1990, as amended.
Unlike many offshore jurisdiction, the Marshall Islands statutorily exempts non-resident, domestic corporations from taxes. Although the Marshall Islands' BCS is modeled after the corporate laws of the United States, certain provisions have also been borrowed from British Law, such as the ability to appoint a Managing Director and Corporate Secretary. In addition, facsimile filings are permitted and corporations are never required to have corporate documents acknowledge by a consular official. The Marshall Islands also permits corporate redomiciliation both into and out of the jurisdiction.
In recent years, 20 Marshall Islands IBCs and three limited partnerships (LPs) have gone public to raise capital on exchanges in London, New York and Singapore, with several IBCs in the process of being listed on stock exchanges around the world. Moreover, the Marshall Islands has been the jurisdiction of choice for virtually all international shipping companies that have applied for initial public offerings (IPOs) on the world's leading stock exchanges.
Key Corporate Features