Company law in Bermuda, the BVI and the Cayman Islands requires that every corporate entity or limited liability partnership establishes and maintains a Registered Office in the jurisdiction, regardless of where its business may be conducted.

Maintaining your own registered office with suitably qualified staff can be an expensive and time-consuming distraction from your core business, but there is a simple alternative.

Registered Offices for Corporations or Limited Liability Partnerships

Conyers maintains registered offices for clients in each of the jurisdictions we serve. This is an efficient way for you to meet your statutory and regulatory responsibilities without the burden of running your own setup in a location that may be distant from your operating offices.

Our Registered Office service provides your company with a physical address that is shown on the public register, enhancing corporate transparency. The registered office is also your legal entity’s official point of contact for governments, supervisory bodies and other regulatory agencies. Official notices sent to the registered office often require a timely response and you can depend on our experienced staff to respond efficiently. More than that, you can rely on our corporate services professionals to be aware of legal developments and changing requirements in the jurisdiction and flag any potential issues with you, as well as suggesting solutions.

Our registered office services include:

  • the use of a local mailing address and a mail forwarding service
  • preparation and submission of annual returns, as directed
  • a location for the maintenance of statutory corporate or partnership records
  • certification and notarisation of documents
  • obtaining certificates of good standing