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Requirements to open offshore bank account


Question

What are the requirements to open a personal or business offshore bank account?

Answer

The requirements to open an offshore bank account personal or business are the following:

Requirements to open offshore personal bank account

Copy of Passport
Certified by a notary or notary public
Copy of Personal Identity Card (DNI)
Certified by a notary or notary public
1 copy of a utility bill not older than 3 months
Electricity, water, gas, telephone or bank statement
Bank Reference or bank certificate not older than 3 months
In English
Only for a bank account opening in Belize
Business letter of recommendation letter from a lawyer, accountant, tax advisor or economist


Requirements to open offshore business bank account

Copy of Passport
Certified by a notary or notary public
Copy of Personal Identity Card (DNI)
Certified by a notary or notary public
1 copy of a utility bill not older than 3 months
Electricity, water, gas, telephone or bank statement
Bank Reference or bank certificate not older than 3 months
In English
Articles of the incorporated company
Apostilled and certified by a notary copies of the articles of incorporation of the company, memorandum of association, register of directors, registered shares certificates and for companies registered more than one calendar 1 year ago "Certificate of Good Standing"


* Each individual involved in the administration of the company (director/s and shareholder/s) will have to present this documentation.



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