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Annual Examination or License Renewal for Offshore Company

Maintaining an offshore company is simpler and its procedures of an annual Examination are much more simple. An annual Examination for an offshore company is a legal way for it to continue its operation.

With years’ experience of providing services to offshore company, Conpak, in addition to providing annual Examination services, updates its customers the latest regulations in offshore regions and gives professional advices therefor.

Dates for Annual Examination or License Renewal for Offshore Company:

Location of Offshore Company Dates for Annual Examination or License Renewal (to be handled prior to the following dates)
British Virgin Islands (BVI) 30 April for companies registered from January to June
30 October for companies registered from July to December
Anguilla According to the anniversary date of company registration, there are 4 timeslots, March, June, September, and December
Bahamas 31 January
Bermuda 31 December
Cayman Islands 31 December
Samoa 30 October
Mauritius 30 June
Seychelles 1 month prior to the anniversary date of company registration
Singapore Depends on the financial year end date
United Kingdom (UK) The anniversary date of company registration
United States (US) 28 February

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