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Registered Address in the Marshall Islands

Meet the local requirements by using a valid and professional registered address for your offshore International Business Company (IBC) in the Marshall Islands

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Registered Address in the Marshall Islands

Registered Address Service

Remote

Remote

Meet the local address requirement remotely from worldwide.

Privacy

Privacy

Use a professional address to ensure maximum privacy.

Compliance

Compliance

Comply with regulatory needs such as register maintenance.

Affordable

Affordable

Premium registered address service at very low cost.

What is a Registered Address in the Marshall Islands?

The registered address is used for official correspondence from Marshall Islands government authorities, and it ensures that your company has a valid and recognized location for receiving important documents and notices.

  • Why do you need a Registered Address?

  • It is legally mandatory that your company have a physical registered address in the Marshall Islands to form and maintain the company in good standing.

  • Effectively manage your company's official mail from the Marshallese authorities with confidence and professionalism, along with course of action support.

  • This helps protect your privacy and prevents unsolicited communications at your home or office from institutions such as banks, insurance companies, etc.

ADVANTAGES

Why use a registered address?

Find out the benefits and reasons to using a registered address for your company in the Marshall Islands

It is mandatory

It is Mandatory

The Marshall Islands jurisdiction mandates that you use a local registered address when you are incorporating your company. It is a mandatory legal requirement, which you must meet and abide by.

Enhanced Privacy

Enhanced Privacy

Enjoy enhanced privacy by using a local and professional registered address provider who will help keep you away from unsolicited communications. This adds an added layer of identity protection for your company.

Bridging Communication

Bridging Communication

A registered address acts as your point of contact for official communication from government bodies, banks, and regulatory authorities. Translation and interpretation of communications, becomes easy with our support.

Professional Credibility

Professional Credibility

Maintaining a registered address can enhance your company's image, projecting professionalism and legitimacy to potential clients and partners, especially when operating in an international environment.

Document Registers

Document Registers

Important registers of directors, shareholders, and UBOs, as well as maintaining local active repositories of financial statements and documents as required by law, become streamlined with a registered address.

Peace of Mind

Peace of Mind

Knowing your company is in compliance with local regulations and has a reliable point of contact for official matters provides peace of mind and allows you to concentrate on managing and growing your business.

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Attorneys, lawyers, finance professionals, investment advisors, and other professionals supporting clients with offshore formations and compliance: We can help you simplify processes and enhance client satisfaction.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions on using a registered address for offshore company formation and ongoing management in the Marshall Islands

What is a registered address for a Marshall Islands company?

A registered address in the Marshall Islands is the official physical location where your company is legally registered. It serves as the company's primary point of contact for legal and administrative purposes. All official documents, government notices, and legal correspondence will be sent to this address. The Marshall Islands Registrar of Corporations (ROC) oversees regulations regarding registered addresses for IBCs. Licensed corporate service providers in the Marshall Islands must be approved by the ROC and adhere to strict regulations to ensure they can fulfill their obligations regarding registered addresses.

Do I need a registered address for my Marshall Islands IBC (International Business Company)?

Yes, having a registered address is mandatory for all Marshall Islands IBCs. This requirement is stipulated by Section 110 of the Marshall Islands Business Corporations Act (MBCA).  A registered address ensures your company maintains a physical presence within the jurisdiction, allowing local authorities to effectively serve legal documents or reach out for official communication. Additionally, it promotes transparency by providing a verifiable location for stakeholders and regulatory bodies. Furthermore, a registered address can be crucial for opening corporate bank accounts in some jurisdictions, as banks may require proof of a physical business location.

Can I change my registered address after incorporating my IBC in the Marshall Islands?

Yes, you can change your registered address after incorporating your Marshall Islands IBC. However, the process requires filing a Notice of Change of Registered Address with the Marshall Islands Registrar of Corporations (ROC).  Additionally, you need to inform relevant parties, like banks and government authorities, to ensure uninterrupted service and maintain transparency. Additionally, informing stakeholders and updating business correspondence is crucial to maintaining transparency and avoiding any disruptions in operations.

Can a registered address provider also serve as the company's registered agent?

Yes, a registered address provider can also serve as the company's registered agent in the Marshall Islands. We offer both registered address and registered agent services as part of our offerings.

Can a virtual office be used as the registered address in the Marshall Islands?

Using a virtual office as the registered address for a Marshall Islands exempted offshore company is permissible under certain conditions. A virtual office can provide a professional business address and mail forwarding services without the need for a physical office space. However, it's essential to verify that the virtual office complies with Marshall Islands regulations regarding registered addresses for offshore companies and approved by the Marshall Islands Registrar of Corporations (ROC). This ensures they can legally act as your registered agent and have the necessary infrastructure to receive official documents on your company's behalf. Additionally, verify that the virtual office address complies with all Marshall Islands regulations for registered addresses.

Can I use any address as my registered address in the Marshall Islands?

No, you cannot use any address as your registered address. The Marshall Islands requires the registered address to be a physical location within the country provided by a licensed corporate service provider. These service providers ensure the address meets legal requirements and can receive official documents on your behalf.

Is there a minimum term for appointing a registered address provider in the Marshall Islands?

There is no minimum term for appointing a registered address provider in the Marshall Islands. However, it is advisable to enter into a service agreement outlining the terms, duration, and renewal of the arrangement.

Can I use a registered address for other purposes besides company registration?

No, the registered address of a Marshall Islands IBC offshore company cannot be used for conducting business operations. It is solely designated for legal and administrative purposes, such as receiving official correspondence and legal notices.

What happens if I don't maintain a registered address in the Marshall Islands?

Failing to maintain a registered address in the Marshall Islands is a serious breach of compliance. It can lead to significant consequences, including:

1. Penalties: The MBCA outlines potential penalties for non-compliance, as detailed in Section 232 of the Act.

2. Deregistration: As a last resort, the Marshall Islands ROC can deregister your company if you fail to maintain a registered address, as stipulated by Section 142 of the MBCA. This essentially dissolves your company.

3. Missed Legal Notices: Without a registered address, your company wouldn't receive legal notices. This could lead to legal proceedings against your company without your knowledge, potentially jeopardizing your legal standing.

Can I use a post office box as the registered address for my Marshall Islands IBC?

No, a post office box cannot be used as the registered address for a Marshall Islands International Business Company (IBC). The registered address must be a physical location with a street address within the Marshall Islands and provided by a licensed corporate service provider.

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