Registered Agent Service

Meet the local requirements by appointing a valid and professional registered agent for your offshore company in any of the 15+ jurisdictions.

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Registered Agent Service

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Registered Agent Service



Meet local requirements remotely from worldwide.



Be stress-free and covered in a dynamic landscape.



Comply with any of the ongoing regulatory needs.



Premium registered agent service at very low cost.

Who is a registered agent?

A registered agent is an intermediary between the company and the respective government's registry. The agent is required to be situated in the same country as the offshore company and will be the company's one-stop expert for any administrative changes.

  • Appointing a Registered Agent for your offshore company is a crucial legal requirement in most countries.

  • The Registered Agent is responsible for keeping records current and accessible for review by your company's directors and shareholders.

  • The Registered Agent is responsible for informing the Registry of any amendments to the organisation's official documents.


Benefits of appointing a registered agent?

Find out the benefits and reasons to appoint a registered agent for your company

It is mandatory

It is Mandatory

Most of the offshore jurisdictions mandate that you appoint a local registered agent when you are incorporating your company. Then it would be a legal requirement, which you must meet and abide by.

Annual compliance

Annual Compliance

Whether you are filing annual forms and returns or renewing your company annually to keep your business setup in good standing, a registered agent will accompany you on-time through the complexities.

Regulatory changes

Regulatory Changes

A registered agent will not let you experience the stress and heat of unexpected legal changes. The business landscape might seem dynamic but a registered agent will help you cope with it with efficiency.

Act as a middleman

Act as a Middleman

By acting as a bridge or a middleman, a registered agent will connect you and the government or authorities. All important and official communication will happen through the agent, who will solve any complexities.

Valuable expertise

Valuable Expertise

Take advantage of the valuable experience of the registered agent in areas such as bank account opening, structural alterations, ease of compliance, etc. A registered agent can act as your guide and well-wisher.

Ongoing management

Ongoing Management

Whether you are looking to change your company name, authorized share capital, add directors, etc., a registered agent will ensure such change requests are handled appropriately with the authorities for you in time.

Document registers

Document Registers

Important registers of directors, shareholders, and UBOs, all the way up to maintaining local active repositories of financial statements and documents as required by law, become streamlined with a registered agent.

Peace of mind

Peace of Mind

You can focus on building your business while a registered agent navigates through hurdles and ensures your efforts and business are efficient and effective. You will not feel lost during your offshore company journey.


Duties of a registered agent

Learn the duties and responsibilities of a registered agent for your company

Act as a middleman

Legal Compliance

Ensuring the company complies with all relevant laws and regulations of the local laws, including filing annual returns and maintaining corporate records.
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Registered Office

Providing a registered office address within the offshore jurisdiction where legal documents and official correspondence can be served as mandated by the law.
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Service of Process

Receiving legal documents, such as court summons, lawsuits, and government notices, on behalf of the company is taken care of without your presence.
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Forwarding Documents

We forward received documents to your company's directors or officers along with a suggested course of action to ensure timely response and action.
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Maintaining Records

Keeping accurate and up-to-date records of the company's directors, officers, shareholders, and ultimate beneficial owners (UBOs) as mandated by the law.
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Serving as the primary point of contact between the company and government authorities, legal entities, and other stakeholders by acting as a bridge.
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Due Diligence

Conducting due diligence on behalf of the company, including verifying the identity of beneficial owners and ensuring compliance with anti-money laundering (AML) laws.
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Assistance with Filings

Assisting the company with the preparation and filing of necessary documents, such as annual returns and changes to corporate structure.
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Renewal of Licenses

Ensuring the company's licenses and registrations are renewed on time to maintain legal status and compliance with regulatory requirements.

Are you a professional?

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.


Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions on appointing a registered agent for offshore company formation and ongoing management

What is a registered agent, and why do I need one for my offshore company?

A registered agent is a designated individual or entity responsible for receiving official documents, legal notices, and correspondence on behalf of your offshore company. It is a legal requirement in most offshore jurisdictions to have a registered agent to ensure that your company has a physical presence and can be reached by local authorities.

Is a physical presence required for the registered agent, or can it be a virtual service?

Most offshore jurisdictions require a registered agent to have a physical presence within the country to fulfill the legal requirements. However, with Vepapu's Registered Agent service, you are ensuring your company's compliance from anywhere in the world.

What services does a registered agent provide besides receiving mail?

In addition to receiving mail and legal documents, registered agents may offer additional services such as mail forwarding, document scanning, compliance monitoring, and assistance with regulatory filings. These services vary depending on the agent and jurisdiction.

Can I change my registered agent after forming my offshore company?

Yes, it is typically possible to change your registered agent by following the procedures outlined in the jurisdiction's laws and regulations. This usually involves filing a formal change of agent form with the relevant authorities and paying any associated fees.

Can I appoint a registered agent for my offshore company remotely?

Yes, we offer remote appointment services, allowing offshore company owners to appoint a registered agent without the need for a physical presence in the jurisdiction. This provides convenience and flexibility for offshore company formation and ongoing management.

How does Vepapu's Registered Agent service ensure the privacy and security of my company's information?

Vepapu prioritizes the privacy and security of your company's information. We have strict confidentiality measures in place, and our expert team handles all sensitive documents and communications with the utmost professionalism. Your data is safeguarded and accessible only to authorized personnel.

Can I act as my company's registered agent, or is it required to appoint a third-party service?

In many offshore jurisdictions, you are allowed to act as your company's registered agent if you have a physical presence in the country and meet the legal formalities to act yourself as a registered agent for your company. However, hiring a professional service, like Vepapu, is often preferred if you don't have any physical presence in the country of your offshore company and for enhanced privacy, convenience, and compliance expertise.

What happens if I fail to maintain a registered agent for my offshore company?

Failure to maintain a registered agent can lead to serious consequences, including loss of good standing, fines, penalties, and even involuntary dissolution of the company. It is crucial to ensure continuous compliance with registered agent requirements to avoid such repercussions.

Is my registered agent's information publicly available?

In many jurisdictions, the registered agent's information, including their name and address, is publicly available through the company's public records. However, using a professional registered agent can help maintain privacy by keeping personal information off public records and reducing the risk of unsolicited communication.

Can a registered agent provide legal advice or act as a company's attorney?

No, a registered agent's role is limited to receiving legal documents and official correspondence on behalf of the company. They cannot provide legal advice or act as the company's attorney in legal proceedings. It is essential to consult a qualified attorney for legal advice and representation.

What information does the registered agent have access to?

The registered agent typically has access to basic company information, such as the company's name, registered address, and the names of directors and shareholders. However, they do not have access to sensitive financial or operational details unless authorized by the company.

Are there any specific qualifications or regulations for a registered agent in different offshore jurisdictions?

Yes, each offshore jurisdiction may have specific qualifications and regulations for registered agents. It is essential to ensure that your chosen registered agent complies with all the legal requirements of the respective jurisdiction. Vepapu's team is well-versed in the laws and regulations of multiple offshore jurisdictions, ensuring compliance with ease.

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