Licenced corporate service provider and trustee in Seychelles bound by certain laws and regulations. These regulations require that we know our clients through a process called “due diligence”. This process requires that we collect certain documents to verify the identities and addresses of the persons we deal with when forming and administering companies, trusts, foundations and other entities. All respectable agents and service providers in all reputable jurisdictions have the same requirement.

We must also ask for other information about you and your proposed activities to be able to build a profile that will enable us to ensure that you will be acting in accordance to Seychelles laws and regulations. This profile may also help us notice unauthorized activities, i.e. activities that you have not approved in the event that a third party such as an overseas intermediary or other connected person does not follow the instructions that you have set.

Please note that all such information are only filed privately in our records. The documents and information are not filed publicly and the law actually requires confidentiality – we are obligated to preserve confidentiality and to keep the documents and information secret. Only the courts may put the documents and information in the public domain. We do have a financial investigations unit (FIU) with the power to demand documents during a criminal investigation (before legal proceedings) but even they are required to preserve confidentiality.