Collas Crill Corporate Services Limited (CCCS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Collas Crill Group and is licensed to conduct company management business under the Cayman Islands Companies Management Law.
CCCS provide corporate, regulatory and governance services to Cayman Islands companies and partnerships. We partner with you to ensure your entity is maintained according to the Cayman Islands legal and regulatory framework throughout all phases of the entity's life cycle.
Our Corporate Services include initial formation, providing registered office services, maintenance and filing of statutory records, attending to payment of annual registration fees.
Our Regulatory Services include a range of regulatory AML compliance services, designed to assist funds and fund managers to manage their AML/KYC obligations.
Our Governance Services ensure clients maintain good board governance practices which together with other services we provide, can assist with demonstrating substance required for complying with international standards as they relate to Cayman Islands economic substance legislation.
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