Information on non-financial business
The AIFC strives to become a dynamic and multifaceted platform with a diverse client portfolio. The key areas of business below provide great opportunities for firms to take advantage of the growing regional market. Firms in the AIFC may conduct a much broader base of economic activity, these include regulated professional services companies and many other non-regulated and non-financial businesses. Such companies help create a full grown infrastructure for continuous business operations.
Holding Companies/Head Companies
The AIFC offers opportunity for entities to situate their corporate offices, regional headquarters or holding companies. The heart of Central Asia provides an ideal location to generate successful business ventures, realise investment opportunities, and also provide the most secure licensing and regulatory environment. The AIFC infrastructure provides a full range of services for its participants in order for them to enjoy the facilities necessary to be able to efficiently conduct their businesses.
Charitable and Non-Charitable activities
A Foundation is an incorporated entity established as an alternative to trusts for charitable, non-charitable or private wealth management purposes.
A Foundation, unlike a company, does not have shareholders, and holds assets in its own name on behalf of beneficiaries, or particular purposes, or both, and it operates in accordance with its Constitution comprising of a Charter and a Set of rules (By-Laws).
Redomiciliation process implies a Foreign legal entity incorporated in another jurisdiction to be transferred to the AIFC jurisdiction in a relevant organizational legal form. The termination of the company without a liquidation in the jurisdiction of the initial registration and the transfer of activities to another country, in accordance with its legislation.