Unlike many offshore jurisdictions, numerous RMI entities have experienced much success being publicly traded on exchanges worldwide. These publicly traded entities demonstrate the level of success possible in an offshore jurisdiction and enhance the already outstanding reputation of the RMI Maritime and Corporate Registries.
To ensure that an IBC can obtain underwriters to price and market its stock offering, a practitioner must choose an offshore jurisdiction that passes the strict scrutiny of major investment banks worldwide. Sound corporate legislation, the political stability of a jurisdiction, an easy and flexible formation policy, and substantial experience in administering corporate programs are the key criteria in this respect. Financial institutions want to work with a corporate jurisdiction in which they are comfortable with its formation policy, experience, legal system, and corporate documentation.
The RMI Corporate Registry is recognized worldwide by law firms, company formation specialists, and business professionals in major financial centers for its modern and flexible legislation, ease of formation, and unparalleled customer service.