Yeah if it is possible to be allowed to incorporate your business in the Seychelles it's indeed a great jurisdiction!
I agree with you it seems indeed to have been a better idea to have put some corps on stock also to age them.With all the complications now a days to incorporate your business in the Seychelles I should have registered at least 10 Seychelles corps while time was for it. Today they are requesting so much documents there that it looks like the same shit as the BVI!
How much does it cost?Just to sum it all:
For a Seychelles Incorporation we will need the following:
- valid passport copy for all owners of the company
- valid utility bill not older than 3 months, if not in English a certified translation is required
- Business description
- 3 possible company names with description of each name to what it stands for
If all the above points are accomplished we can without troubles get the company incorporated in the Seychelles.
You can't be wrong if yo decide to register a Seychelles company. You can use it for most purpose and if you don't need it any longer for trading, convert it to an holding corp and register a new company where you use this entity to be director and shareholder in the new company!Seychelles company formation was the first thing I considered when I started looking at an offshore company for my business activities. It was a close race and I decided for a Belize corp. I'm looking at total different offshore jurisdictions now!