Further to our e-news of 3 September 2021, commencing 6 February 2022, every Seychelles company is required to send a copy of its accounting records twice annually to be kept at its registered office in Seychelles; and the accounting records relating to transactions or operations in the past 7 years to 31 December 2021 must be kept in Seychelles by 6 February 2022 (i.e. Seychelles companies that exist prior to 2015, accounting records from 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2021 are required). For details, please refer to our above-mentioned e-news.
An entity that contravenes section 175 of the International Business Companies Act 2016 (the “Section”) shall be liable to a penalty fee not exceeding US$10,000; a director who knowingly permits a contravention under the Section shall be liable to a penalty fee not exceeding US$10,000.
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