International companies often enter into legal agreements governed by a law foreign to their home country. They often do not have the necessary registered address to accept ‘service of process’ and therefore require registered and process agent services.

Through our market leading website, we offer a quick, efficient and secure service to any overseas company, lawyer, bank or other party requiring a Process Agent.

We are one of the world’s leading providers of registered and process agent services. Our local teams of lawyers, company secretaries and paralegals work with clients and intermediaries across the world to achieve this legal requirement

We offer a global service in which our appointment as a process agent covers service for documents relating to contracts, transaction documents, International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) agreements and structured finance documentation. We can also receive notices on behalf of overseas companies with or without a locally registered branch.

Our fees typically are fixed payments and cover the lifetime of the document(s) that we are appointed under.

Visit our website https://www.apexprocessagent.com 

Benefits
Why work with us?

Accessible

Simple online registration and appointment
available 24/7.


Quick

Appointments are confirmed with a signed
appointment letter within 10 minutes of applying.

 

Efficient

Obtain, edit and review appointment
documentation online as required.

 

Secure

Payment can be made by card or via bank transfer.

  • Instant appointment process, entirely online.
  • Our independent and dedicated specialists are
    available as required.
  • Transparent and competitive pricing.
  • Simple online fee calculator provides you with instant quotes.
  • Streamlined service with no due diligence
    documentation required.
  • Apex Trust Secretaries accept service of notices,
    proceedings or documents on behalf of overseas
    clients.

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