Step 1 - Preliminary consultation. Even if the client does not have a full understanding of the issue, RLA SERVICES LTD specialists will be happy to conduct an individual consultation so that the result can meets all the wishes.
Step 2 - If you still do not have an existing company that meets all the requirements for opening a desired account in the right jurisdiction, you can find out more about the process of registering a new company in an offshore zone on our website or by contacting our specialists. We provide services as for re-registering an existing company from our database, as for registering companies from scratch. If you have a company ready for action, you can immediately proceed to the choice of the country and the bank.
Step 3 - Definition of all account requirements. You will need to understand which account will suit you best. Operating accounts are ideal for trading, saving accounts are best for the storage and accumulation of your existing capital, and investment accounts are excellent for profitable investments. It will be necessary to take into account the currencies and transaction volumes you will need.
Step 4 - Collection and preparation of a documentation package depending on the desired account. The customer will be required to provide two identification documents (compulsory foreign passport + civil passport or driver's license). If you open an account for an existing company, you will also need its documentation. When opening accounts in offshore jurisdictions, a special “compliance” service is provided, which helps to verify the compliance of the financial activities of the enterprise with the requirements of local legislation. It will be necessary to collect basic information about the business, but do not worry - we will provide full support in their collection.
Step 5 - Opening an account. Some banks provide remote opening options. In this case, the documents are usually transferred to the bank, and after some time the client will receive an opening agreement, details and bank cards (if necessary). In other cases, the client (or the company's nominal representative) will need to plan a personal visit to the bank. During negotiations, the client will always have an accompanying person.