The Seychelles have a very interesting view on this, as data protection is integrated into the constitution.
This has created enormous Advantages for every founderThe Constitution prohibits by law the disclosure of any information to third parties outside of the Seychelles.
We strictly adhere to it!
Under no circumstances would we disclose the names and addresses of directors, shareholders and beneficial owners. In addition, like all other Seychelles incorporation agencies, we will only file extracts of resolutions with the Registry that do not contain this information. All registers will definitely not be filed anywhere and will remain with us only.
Information on the directors and shareholders is therefore not publicly evident/available. Although we keep all registers, we do not archive them either online or with any authority. In most cases we would therefore completely ignore any request and only YOU inform about a possible request.
There is one exception. At the request of the Seychelles criminal authorities (FIU), we are legally obliged to provide all necessary information to the criminal authorities if we suspect criminal offences, - such as those relating to the financing of terrorism, the arms trade and/or the associated international money laundering. However, the criminal authorities are also obliged to maintain absolute secrecy. Only the courts of Seychelles may disclose private information to the public during a judicial proceeding.