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Understand the Jurisdictions Setup Requirement Before Proceed Your Mexico Company Incorporation Services
Mexico is one of the few jurisdictions in the world where almost all economic activities from industrial to service based, are open for foreign investors. In addition to that, the country is known for its tax incentives that make it an attractive destination for companies and investors. With 3E Accounting, you get to open an offshore company in Mexico in record time with complete assistance throughout the process.
Business Incorporation in Mexico
Mexico enables partial and 100% foreign ownership for the following types of business:
Limited Liability Stock Corporation (S.A. de C.V.) – The biggest advantage of this type is that the shareholders are liable for only the amount equal to the value of their shares if the company is in debt. Only 20% of the minimum capital has to be paid during incorporation.
Limited Liability Company (S. de R.L.) – Incorporating this type of business is fairly streamlined and allows increase and decrease of capital. The minimum capital is just USD 270 and 50% of the amount must be paid during incorporation.
Civil Enterprise (S.C.) – An S.C., while not commonly incorporated by foreign investors and legal entities, has no minimum capital requirement and no limit on the number of partners. That said each partner will be held liable for debts and obligations incurred by the company.
Branch Office – This option is generally not considered by foreign investors and entities due to the fact that the parent company will incur the debts and obligations of the branch office.
Subsidiary – On the other hand, a subsidiary under Mexico’s jurisdiction is a separate entity from its parent company. This provides the parent company with protection against the debts of its subsidiary.
After deciding the business structure the investor/company will proceed with:
- Choosing a unique corporate name and registering with the Ministry of External Affairs.
- The company will then enter the proforma agreement which states that non-national shareholders will comply with Mexico’s jurisdiction and will not invoke diplomatic protection from their government.
- The Charter and Bylaws have to be prepared and notarized that outline the corporate governance, purpose, domicile, duration of existence, stock provisions, liquidation provisions, and management powers.
- Zoning permits, healthy and safety licenses, and industrial, commercial, and service licensing are attainable following incorporation.
How 3E Accounting Helps
If you are looking for a hassle free experience and want to leverage on the leading Mexico company incorporation services, then you are at the right place. 3E Accounting can help you decide the ideal corporate structure and from that point onwards, we take care of all the processes to incorporate your company quickly and within the country’s jurisdiction.
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Whether you are looking for offshore company formation assistance, licensing help, or need someone to help you choose the best company type for your needs, 3E Accounting will meet your needs. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our offshore company incorporation services and why we are trusted by investors and multinationals who want to make their investment grow.