Business’s entity type dictates both the structure of your organization and how that company is taxed.
Value-added tax number (VAT number or VAT registration number) is a unique code issued to companies which are registered to pay VAT. Businesses can find their own number on the VAT registration certificate.
The full name as registered in the Official Registry of Companies in your country
A private company is owned by the company's founders, management, or a group of private investors.
A public company is a company that has sold all or a portion of itself to the public via an initial public offering.
The country where the entity was founded
The address which is in the Legal Entities / Companies Register
The name used by your company to do business. DBA is an acronym for “Doing Business As”
Date of the company's foundation
The address where the Company is actually operating
Name of the Parent company (the company who has a controlling or a majority interest in your company )
Beneficial ownership information
UBO is an acronym for ‘Ultimate Beneficial Owner’ (i.e. the person or entity who is the ultimate beneficiary of the company). The “ultimate beneficial owner” of a legal entity is thus:
one who holds 25% or more of share capital; or
one who exercises 25% or more of the voting rights; or
a beneficiary of 25% or more of the legal entity’s capital.
A shareholder is an individual or institution (including a corporation) that legally owns one or more shares of the share capital of a public or private corporation. Shareholders may be referred to as members of a corporation. By law, a person is not a shareholder in a corporation until their name and other details are entered in the corporation's register of shareholders or members
An operating agreement is a key document used by LLCs because it outlines the business financial and functional decisions including rules, regulations and provisions. The operating agreement is also a document which describes the operations of the LLC and sets forth the agreements between the members (owners) of the business. The purpose of the document is to govern the internal operations of the business in a way that suits the specific needs of the business owners.
A fictitious business name is one that does not use the business owner’s name.
If you are doing business under an assumed name, one different from your name, you need to file a “fictitious name statement.” This filing is required by law to connect the name of a business to the business owner. It protects consumers because it allows them to get information about the owner of a company if they have consumer problems or need to file a lawsuit