What is a nominee shareholder?

The nominee shareholder is appointed in order to detain shares on behalf of the owner of the company. The name of the shareholder will appear in the corporate documents, and sometimes in the jurisdiction’s business register.

Upon appointment of a nominee shareholder, a Nominee Service Agreement (declaration of trust) will be signed between the client and the nominee.
Nominee shareholders introduced by Pearlem work with the highest level of integrity and confidentiality.

Please note that nominees conduct independent due diligence reviews before accepting an appointment on a company.

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