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Stuarts Corporate Services Ltd. ("SCS") and its affiliates specialises in the provision of corporate support services and board support for a broad range of Cayman Islands companies. SCS also provides registered office services.
There is an increasing demand from regulators that companies have a proper governance framework in place. This includes holding regular board meetings and documenting discussions and decisions, SCS can assist with meeting these standards through the provision of a comprehensive range of company secretarial and board support services.
The dedicated group delivers timely, effective service based on an in-depth knowledge of the regulations and commercial environment in the Cayman Islands. The team is committed to the provision of premier quality services and the effective and cost-efficient servicing of client needs.
SCS is a leading provider of offshore corporate services, consistently delivering value to our clients through our dedicated team in the Cayman Islands.
Board and Shareholder Support Services
SCS provides Board and Shareholder Support Services to assist clients in maintaining good corporate governance standards.
SCS provides specialist offshore fund services to the full range of investment fund structures. With our experienced staff and commitment to service, SCS is able to maintain the highest quality of service to meet the operational, legal and regulatory requirements of an offshore fund.
Stuarts provides all management and administrative services necessary to create, operate and liquidate special purpose vehicles.
Our team of experienced insolvency professionals can provide cost effective, personalised service. Our services cover all aspects of the liquidation process and include ensuring that all regulatory documents and filings are made, preparing the liquidators final report and holding the final general meeting.