For Corporate Clients

List of documents for Corporate Clients:

  1. Due Diligence
  6. FATCA W-8BEN-E Form
  8. Additional Form – For Representatives of the Client
  9. Additional Form – Information on the Company’s Controlling Persons


  1. Application form - original, dated and signed
  2. Board Resolution - original, dated and signed or duly certified copy
  3. Certificate of Incorporation - duly certified copy
  4. Memorandum and Articles of Association - duly certified copy
  5. Certificate of Directors and Officers - duly certified copy
  6. Certificate of Shareholders (Share register) - duly certified copy
  7. Certificate of Incumbency - no older than 3 months, duly certified copy
  8. Certificate of Good Standing - no older than 3 months, duly certified copy
  9. A complete structure diagram showing ultimate beneficial ownership (with % of the ownership), any intermediate or holding companies and any other companies in the group including, details of the principal activities of these companies and the jurisdiction in which they are domiciled - original, dated and signed
  10. Passports and Utility bills of all Directors, UBOs with 25% or greater ownership or voting control - duly certified copies
  11. Authorised Signatories List and POA (if any) - duly certified copy
  12. Balance sheet and financial statement for the last reporting period - duly signed by authorised persons
  13. FATCA W-8BEN-E Form - original, dated and signed
  14. CRS Self Certification Form - original, dated and signed
  15. Legal Entity Identifier Number (LEI) – number only
  16. Evidence of Source of Wealth and Funds. Source of Wealth (CA) - Documentary Evidence Guidance
  17. Other documents as may be further reasonably required.


In order to provide you with the full list of required documents please send us the document mentioned in clause 9 (in scan) to start with.

Due diligence documents should be in the English language or accompanied by a certified English translation.

Certification Requirements:

For proof of identification documentation, the certifier must include the following wording: “I hereby certify this to be a true copy of the original document, and that the photograph shown is a true likeness of the person named therein whom I have met face to face”

For proof of residential address documentation/copies of company registration documents, the certifier must certify that: “I hereby certify this to be a true copy of the original document.”

Please note: An individual cannot certify their own ID and Address verification documents and must not be closely related to the person whose identity is being certified.

Please ensure that if you use the copy of local RF passport as the proof of address, the certification must be made on the address page.

If the standard certification wording of notary public does not meet the above wording, please use other means of passport certification.

Please avoid certification on certification if possible. If personal meeting is not possible, please use zoom call.

Please ensure the copy identification data includes the following:

  • Printed Name (in capitals)
  • Professional Position/Capacity – including the name of the company they work for (where applicable.)
  • Location (of where the document is certified)
  • Date
  • Signature
  • Contact details (telephone number/email address) so that contact can be made with the certifier in the event of a query.

Copy documentation can be certified by any of the following:

  • An officer of an embassy, consulate or high commission of the country or territory of issue of the document
  • a member of the judiciary, senior civil servant or a serving police or customs officer
  • a lawyer or notary public who is a member of a recognised professional body
  • an actuary or an accountant who is a member of a recognised professional body
  • a director/officer of a financial services business operating in Jersey, Guernsey, or an equivalent jurisdiction
  • member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrator

1 This is only a guide as it is dependent on what type of entity.