There is no minimum share capital required and the capital may be expressed in any currency. The recommended share capital by the Seychelles Financial Services Authority is US$5,000.
Shares can be issued with or without par value. Shares are issued in registered form only, bearer shares are no longer permitted.
Shares of the Seychelles corporation may be issued in a variety of forms and classifications and may include: Par or No Par Value, Voting or Non-voting, Preferential or Common and Nominal. Shares may be issued for money or for other valuable consideration.
Shares may be issued before any payment is made. Shares can be issued in any currency.
Only one director is required for your company with no restrictions on nationality. The director can be a person or a corporation and there is no requirement to appoint a local director. Directors and shareholders meetings need not be held in the Seychelles.
Only one shareholder of any nationality is required for your Seychelles company. The shareholder can be the same person as the director and can be a person or a corporation.
information about the beneficiary have to provide to the local agent.
Seychelles companies are exempt from all taxes on income derived outside of the Seychelles, making it the ideal company for trading or for holding and managing private assets
Your company does not have to keep records in the Seychelles and there are no requirements to file financial statements.
It is a requirement that a Seychelles IBC must have a registered agent and a registered address where all official correspondence may be sent.
Double Taxation Agreements:
The Seychelles have focused the development of their international financial centre on the use of their growing network of double taxation treaties for structuring investment abroad.
The Seychelles has double tax treaties in force with the following countries: Bahrain, Cyprus, Monaco, Thailand, Barbados, Indonesia, Oman, UAE, Botswana, Malaysia , Qatar, Vietnam, China, Mauritius, South Africa, Zambia.