Canada Offshore Company Formation Service

 
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A Quebec Corporation is a prestigious entity for starting your business and setting up regional headquarters in Canada.


It will benefit from a substantial tax regime for new investments, tax holidays for foreign investors and entrepreneurs, and from an access to the North American market. This is the perfect staging ground for leveraging the provisions of the new United States, Mexico & Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) which is expected to be ratified in 2020.

 

Key Features

 
Company type Limited Company
Governing corporate legislation Canadian companies are regulated under the federal business law in Canada which is the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA) or under any Provincial Corporations Act.
Information published relating to company officers Upon registration of the company, the name of the Directors and Shareholders will appear on public record (available on the internet)
Confidentiality Canada offers a high level of anonymity and privacy.
Accounting requirement No accounting filing requirements.
Taxation Companies that are not resident will not be subject to the taxation of their revenue by Canada.
Legislation Modern Corporate law.
Standard currency Canadian dollar
Time to form 2 working days*
Stability Stable jurisdiction with very good reputation.
Communication Efficient communication means.
Time zone Convenient world time zone: GMT-4
Secretary required Not applicable
Paid up capital requirement Minimum share capital: 1 Canadian dollar.
Renewal Date Anniversary date of the company / Each Year
Basis of legal System Under Common Law.
Minimum directors/shareholders Minimum of 1 director/shareholder
Bearer shares Bearer shares are not permitted.
 
 

Banking Options for Canada

We assist our clients in identifying the best banking solution for their particular needs from a variety of providers.

 
 

 

Canada is Recommended For

 
Real Estate Holdings
Traders and Investors
Advisers, Consultants and Counselors
Electronic Commerce and Digital Transactions
Business Holdings
Inheritance and Estate Planning
Expatriats and Offshore Workers