Many companies do not need special premises – their activities requiring neither the employment of staff nor the use of special facilities. However, by law they must have a head office.

These companies can choose the address of a third party, most commonly a trust company, a law firm, or even a private individual.

The tasks incumbent on the domiciliation agent are essentially to receive and forward mail. The rules for implementing the mandate are contractually fixed.

A domiciliation does not imply any right of representation.

We register companies at our address.