Cayman Islands Companies - Statutory Filings
Note the following filing requirements and timelines applicable to Cayman Islands companies:
Any change in the directors or officers of a company must be notified to the Registrar of Companies within 30 days.
Any change in the registered office of the company must be notified to the Registrar of Companies within 30 days.
Any special resolution adopted by the company (eg. a resolution to change its name or amend and restate its Memorandum or Articles of Association) must be notified to the Registrar of Companies within 15 days.
The Registrar of Companies imposes significant penalties for late filings.
The company’s key
corporate documents are generally kept at the company's registered office. The documents are contained in a minute book, which should comprise the following:
The constitutional documents (being the certificate of incorporation, the memorandum of association and Articles (together, M&A), the register of directors and officers, the register of members and the register of mortgages and charges)
Register of beneficial ownership (unless an exemption applies)
The minutes of directors and shareholders meetings (or any written resolutions passed in lieu) and any documents referred to in the minutes
Any notifications (including letters) relating to the resignations and appointments of directors and office
Where issued, copies of share certificates and the share certificate stubs
Share transfer forms
The annual return
Financial statements (if prepared)
The tax exemption certificate (if obtained by the company)
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