What documents are required for the filing of shareholder changes for ordinary resident (local) companies?

Changes to shareholders should be filed through grmanual@gov.ky and should be supported by:

  • Register of shareholders
  • Share transfer
  • EFT confirmation of funds transferred
  • Proof of identity of each new shareholder:
    • Natural persons – Valid government issued photo ID
    • Corporate entities – Certificate of good standing (dated no more than 30 days prior to filing date)
2023-06-30T12:25:16-05:00March 31st, 2023|

Can the share capital of the company be changed? How?

The share capital can be changed by resolution which should state:

  • The current share capital,
  • The means by which it is being changed and;
  • The resulting share capital.

The resolution is to be sent to ROC through grmanual@gov.ky along with the filing fee.

CAP users to file through the relevant share capital options.

2024-02-14T09:42:29-05:00February 27th, 2023|

Is a company required to file change in shareholders with ROC?

Ordinary resident (local) companies are required to file changes to their shareholdings with ROC.  All changes should be supported by relevant documentation such as:

  • Share transfer form signed by both transferor and transferee, whose signatures should be witnessed by a notary/JP.
  • Valid (unexpired) government-issued ID for all shareholders.
2023-02-27T19:40:55-05:00February 27th, 2023|