Oman Company Registration

Oman is a strategically located country in the Middle East, with a growing economy and a business-friendly environment. If you are considering starting a business in Oman, there are a few things you need to know about company registration.

The first step is to choose the right type of company structure. The most common type of company in Oman is the Limited Liability Company (LLC). LLCs offer limited liability protection to shareholders, and 100% foreign ownership and they are relatively easy to set up and manage.

Once you have chosen a company structure, you need to file the necessary paperwork with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI). The required documents include:

  • A company name
  • The company’s Activities
  • The company’s capital structure
  • The names and addresses of the company’s shareholders and directors
  • Passport copy of shareholders

The MOCI will review your paperwork and issue a company registration certificate if your application is approved.

In addition to registering your company with the MOCI, you will also need to obtain a commercial license from the local municipality. The requirements for obtaining a commercial license vary depending on the nature of your business.

Once you have registered your company and obtained a commercial license, you are ready to start trading in Oman.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind when registering a company in Oman:

  • The minimum capital requirement for an LLC is OMR 20,000 (approximately USD 52,000). Contact Us to register your company without any Minimum Capital
  • Foreign investors can own 100% of the shares in an LLC.
  • There are certain industries that require a local partner.
  • The government of Oman has a number of incentives available for foreign investors, including tax breaks and subsidies.

Here are some of the benefits of registering a company in Oman:

  • Strategic location: Oman is located in a strategically important region, with access to both the Arabian Gulf and the Indian Ocean.
  • Growing economy: Oman’s economy is growing steadily, and the government is investing in infrastructure and other projects to attract foreign investment.
  • Business-friendly environment: Oman has a business-friendly environment, with low taxes and a relatively simple regulatory framework.
  • Incentives for foreign investors: The government of Oman offers a number of incentives for foreign investors, including tax breaks and subsidies.

If you are considering starting a business in Oman, Learn more about the company registration process and the benefits of doing business in the country. Learn More

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