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Registration of a company in Hong Kong requires the appointment of at least one director. The appointment of a nominee director will keep the data on the real director of the company completely confidential.

A trust agreement is concluded with the nominee manager, which states that the shares are held by the actual owner. The agreement must be registered with the Inland Revenue Department. It is important to note that this is not a public document, which means complete confidentiality of data on the actual owner of the company.



NOMINEE SERVICE IN HONG KONG

Nominee service in Hong Kong
Registration of a company in Hong Kong requires the appointment of at least one director. The appointment of a nominee director will keep the data on the real director of the company completely confidential.

A trust agreement is concluded with the nominee manager, which states that the shares are held by the actual owner. The agreement must be registered with the Inland Revenue Department. It is important to note that this is not a public document, which means complete confidentiality of data on the actual owner of the company.
Options for using nominee service:
Confidentiality.
A trust is a private agreement between the actual owner and the nominee manager. Therefore, data on the trust, owners and trust assets are kept confidential.
Saving state.
Maintaining family assets is often the most common reason for setting up trusts. For example, the director does not want to divide the family company between his children, but prefers that the nominee manager holds the shares of the family company on behalf of all his children.
Asset Protection.


There is a risk that when the economy is in a recession, all property will be used in a claim for compensation. Transferring assets to a trust provides protection against such claims and risks.
Asset protection in divorce proceedings.
In some jurisdictions, trusts may be used to protect assets from participation in any divorce proceedings.


Confidentiality.
A trust is a private agreement between the actual owner and the nominee manager. Therefore, data on the trust, owners and trust assets are kept confidential.
Saving state.
Maintaining family assets is often the most common reason for setting up trusts. For example, the director does not want to divide the family company between his children, but prefers that the nominee manager holds the shares of the family company on behalf of all his children.


Asset Protection.
There is a risk that when the economy is in a recession, all property will be used in a claim for compensation. Transferring assets to a trust provides protection against such claims and risks.


Asset protection in divorce proceedings.
In some jurisdictions, trusts may be used to protect assets from participation in any divorce proceedings.
Stages of conclusion of the trust declaration
1
Conclusion of a trust agreement (trust deed / trust declaration) with a nominee director, which indicates that the shares are owned by the actual owner
2
The agreement is registered
with the Inland Revenue Department
1
Conclusion of a trust agreement (trust deed / trust declaration) with a nominee director, which indicates that the shares are owned by the actual owner


2
The agreement is registered with the Inland Revenue Department


The cost of the service
is calculated individually