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At GLOBAL INCORPORATING, we endeavour to provide corporate formation solutions worldwide for clients from across the globe.  A corporation is a legal entity that is separate and distinct from its owners. Under the legal or regulatory framework of most jurisdictions, corporations possess many of the same rights and responsibilities as individuals.   They can enter contracts, loan and borrow money, sue and be sued, hire employees, own assets, and pay taxes.  It is our promise at Global Incorporating to provide each client with the best corporate formation solution based on the information shared with our team concerning the desired capital structure and business plans.

Our team is comprised of individuals who have worked in the area of financial services, accountancy and law in jurisdictions across the globe and bring this level of experience and exposure to bear when advising our clients.

A corporation is referred to as a “legal person.”   A corporation is legally a separate and distinct entity from its owners.

An important element of a corporation is limited liability, which means that its shareholders are not personally responsible for the company’s debts.  A corporation may be created by an individual or a group of people with a shared goal which does not always involve making a profit but may desire to achieve the following objectives:

Asset Protection

Asset protection is a financial planning component that individuals and business entities employ to limit creditors’ access to certain valuable assets while operating within the bounds of debtor-creditor law.

Tax Efficiency

Tax efficiency is when an individual or business entity pays the least amount of taxes as required by law.  A financial decision is said to be tax-efficient if the tax outcome is lower than an alternative financial structure that achieves the same end.

Legal Compliance

Legal compliance is when a company complies with the rules, policies and processes that regulate business practice in a particular jurisdiction.

Access to Capital

A corporate formation provides a higher likelihood that a wide range of funding sources – from banks and investment firms to venture capitalists and angel investors – are presented to the business entity for innovation and/or expansion.

Access to capital is the lifeblood of business enterprises and the overall global economy. The ability to acquire capital and the decision-making

With respect to the capital structure and business plans are important to determine the outlook for business enterprises of any size.

Business Credibility

Credibility is best demonstrated when a business entity has clients and other third parties looking at it as a reliable resource and decision maker. The element of credibility allows those who rely on a business enterprise to trust it, do business with it, and align with it.

Perpetual Existence

This is a characteristic of a business entity of having no expiration date, unending, unlimited term of existence.  This is of particular interest to a company founder who desires to pass on his/her ownership interest to a beneficiary or other parties.

Our competent team is devoted to providing excellent service to clients.  As a result, we cannot only advise and form a corporate entity but also assist to provide strategic and business advisory services to clients based on our knowledge and experience in the areas of law, tax and accountancy.  We also pride ourselves in possessing an expansive professional network that can lend its expertise to any client desirous of services beyond our scope of services.

We wish to provide international and, if necessary, multi-jurisdictional corporate solutions for our clients and engender the following values in our interactions with all clients:



Timely Response and Results

High Ethical Standards

We truly look forward to being an integral part of your business and financial success in the near future.