"We are aware of the desire of Nigerians living abroad to want to come back to their father land and start something new; that is the reason we are focused towards meeting this need," the company's Chief Enterprise Officer, Ayokunle Bankole, stated.
Unlike in the United Kingdom and many advanced countries of the world whereby companies may be registered by just submitting the required information and documents online or at least by registered mail, the current traditional and rigid nature of solely submitting paper documents at Nigeria's Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) offices is making company registration a little difficult for Nigerians in diaspora, as they have to go through either a family member, friend or an acquittance back in Nigeria to process the registration on their behalf. However, due to certain restrictions and bottlenecks which they may encounter doing this, these set of people may just not be able to start or complete the job.
"At MyIncorporation, distance has never been a problem to us; and if a document is required to be signed, the documents are forwarded to our clients by registered mail. This is important to our operations since the Company Regulation of 2012 of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) stipulates that 'a signature must be an original signature' of the subscribers or directors involved in the formation of a company," Ayokunle posited.
For more information about Company Registration for Nigerians in Diaspora, please visit our website www.myincorporation.com.ng or call +2347063956911, +2348055981421