Mossack Fonseca’s Liquidation
On March 14, 2018, Mossack Fonseca announced that it was shutting down, because of the economic and reputational damage inflicted by the disclosure of its role in global tax evasion by the Panama Papers.
The law firms BVI agent’s license was liquidated on May 31st 2018. The BVI register released a publication on their website giving company owners 45 days to appoint a new agent in order to avoid being struck off. The deadline to process the change of agent was July 15th, and therefore, companies that did not appoint a new agent would now be struck off and must pay a restoration fee and a penalty. If the penalty is not paid within 6 months, it will incur in an additional charge.
Who we are?
System Day Ltd was established in 1992. We provide our clients with a worldwide company document retrieval service, providing certified and apostilled copies of official company registry documents.
We can restore a company that has been struck off the Register of Companies.
Struck off companies can be restored only on payment of outstanding licence fees, penalties and the company restoration fee. Once your company has been restored to the register it is considered to never have been struck off and deemed to have been in continued existence since incorporation
- We are registered under Money Laundering Act with Her Majesty Revenue & Customs, License Registration No. 12351525.
- We are registered under The Data Protection Act 1998 Registration No. Z6639080.
System Day Ltd
11 Church Road
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