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Collas Crill Corporate Services Limited

Collas Crill Corporate Services Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Collas Crill Group and is licensed to conduct company management business under the Cayman Islands Companies Management Law (as revised).

We provide an array of services tailored to satisfy client specific requirements. We have qualified and experienced professionals that have extensive knowledge and understanding of the Cayman Islands regulations. Our objective is to support new and existing clients to navigate the ever-changing environment to ensure that business is practical and efficient.

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Scope of services

Corporate Services

The key to our corporate services is our team of experienced, responsive administrators who will support you every step of the way to ensure compliance with Cayman Islands requirements.

REGISTERED OFFICE SERVICES

The provision of registered office services as required by the Companies Law (as revised) for entities to have physical presence in the Cayman Islands. With access to the Cayman Islands Companies Registry records, CCCS can also assist with company searches.

COMPANY FORMATION AND INCORPORATION

CCCS can assist with the incorporation, formation and registration of entities wishing to establish in the Cayman  Islands. When a company is no longer required, CCCS can provide the appropriate assistance, including dissolution services.
CIMA AGENT

CCCS can act as authorised agent for any company registered or regulated by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA). This allows CCCS to submit regulatory filings and payments through CIMA’s online portal.

CERTIFICATION AND AUTHENTICATION

CCCS can assist with:
  • Certification as registered office
  • Notary public services
  • Obtaining the governor’s apostille for use in countries that are part of The Hague Convention
  • Further authentication and legalisation for use in countries that are not part of The Hague Convention

SHIPPING AND VESSEL SERVICES

The provision of shipping registration and vessel representation services.

TRADE AND BUSINESS LICENSES

Trade and business licences for those entities that are carrying on business in the Cayman Islands.

 

Governance Services

CCCS help a number of clients with on-the-ground conference and board meeting support. We can also assist in-scope entities fulfil their obligations under the Cayman Islands Economic Substance Law (as revised).

SUBSTANCE RELATED SERVICES

CCCS has suitably qualified staff to provide services and options for those clients have to satisfy obligations under the Cayman Islands Economic Substance Law.

CONFERENCE FACILITIES

  • Provision of Cayman Islands-based conference facilities
  • Secure data room focument exchange
  • Meeting support service and catering options available

BOARD SUPPORT SERVICES

  • Company secretary
  • Meeting attendance by Administrator or Attorney
  • Preparation of minutes and distribution of board packs

DOCUMENTATION REVIEW

Working in partnership with Collas Crill attorneys, CCCS can assist with providing pro forma documents or reviewing drafts to ensure compliance with the legislation of the Cayman Islands.

Regulatory Services

CCCS have qualified and experienced professionals who have extensive knowledge and understanding of the Cayman Islands regulations. Our objective is to partner with our clients and support them to navigate the ever-changing regulatory environment. CCCS can assist to develop and maintain practical and efficient Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Counter Financing of Terrorism (CFT), Anti-Proliferation Financing (APF) and Targeted Financial Sanctions (TFS) compliance programmes for Cayman Islands entities.

AML OFFICERS

We provide qualified and experience individuals who act as:
  • Anti-Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO)
  • Deputy Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officer (DMLRO)
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officer (AMLCO)

AML/CFT TRAINING

CCCS can provide training to employees on the obligations of the AML/CFT regulations, characteristics and adoption of policies and procedures and advising on industry best practice systems and controls.

AML/CFT POLICY AND PROCEDURE PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT

We conduct a review of existing AML/CFT programmes and make key recommendations for remediation. We can also assist new entities with establishment of policies and procedures, in line with Cayman Islands AML/CFT regulations.

INTERNAL AUDIT

CCCS can provide an independent compliance audit of the AML/CFT policy and procedures and test the systems and controls to ensure compliance with AML/CFT regulations.

FATCA & CRS

CCCS can assist our clients with Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and the Cayman Islands Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) processes, including classification, registration, policies and procedures, investor onboarding services and filing of reports.

CLASSIFICATION

Analyse entity to determine its reporting status for FATCA and CRS.
GLOBAL INTERMEDIARY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (GIIN) REGISTRATION

Registration of FI with U.S. Internal Revenue Services (IRS) under FATCA
through the IRS portal to obtain the GIIN.

PRINCIPAL POINT OF CONTACT (PPOC) OR RESPONSIBLE OFFICER (INCLUDING REGISTRATION WITH TAX INFORMATION AUTHORITY (TIA)

  • Providing an individual to act as PPOC or Responsible Officer for IRS and AEOI Portal
  • Preparation of Resolutions and Formal Appointment/Consent documentation

INVESTOR ONBOARDING SERVICES

  • Onboarding of new account holders
  • Ongoing review of Due Diligence documentation (KYC)
  • Validation and maintenance of FATCA/CRS status of account holders

REPORTING

Based on financial information supplied to CCCS by the entity or Fund Administrator*, CCCS can submit reports to TIA though the AEOI portal.

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

CCCS can prepare, supply or review existing policies and procedures required for FATCA and CRS compliance in the Cayman Islands.

*CCCS does not provide fund administration services nor does it independently prepareFATCA|CRS reports.

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