What is Company Registration in Abu Dhabi?
United Arab Emirates encourages local and foreign investors to set up companies in all Emirates. Abu Dhabi is among the most successful Emirates in the UAE. Process of company registration in Abu Dhabi is quite simple in case all the documents are prepared and all the necessary licenses are obtained. In Abu Dhabi, foreign investors may also register companies if they are partner with a local investor, or in one of Abu Dhabi's free zones which allow 100% foreign ownership. With major new projects announced in the oil, gas and construction industries, as well as the tourism industry economy of Abu Dhabi is in a booming stage.
Types of Company
Some Other Type of Companies
Advantages of Setting up a New Business as a Free Zone
Here are the following benefits:
Company Formation outside of Special Zones
Businesses may be structured as any of the following entities in mainland company formation:
For starting a business as any of these entities, an investor must be partner with a local entity who can stand as a Sponsor for LLC companies or a National Service Agent for Representative or Foreign Branch Offices.
Here are the following steps that need to be followed in order to meet the legal requirements of all concerned authorities.
In Abu Dhabi the basic requirement is one of the following licenses:
In Abu Dhabi for all established companies, there is a general requirement of fifty-one per cent participation by UAE nationals except in case:
Under the law, there are legal requirements in terms of shareholders, directors, minimum capital, and incorporation procedures. It further lays down provisions governing conversion, merger, and dissolution of companies.
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