THORNTON SMITH CORPORATE SERVICES LIMITED is able to provide a full range of corporate services and solutions. These services include assisting a varied client base requiring complex structures such as:
(a) Company Formation/Incorporation
(b) Registered Office and Registered Agent Services
(c) Mail Forwarding Services
(d) Bank Account Opening
(e) Dissolution/Liquidation Services
Through our Risk Management Center we conduct appropriate and practical due diligence on all clients at the commencement of every business relationship. The privacy of our clients' personal information is critical and after collecting personal data we use secure information technology networks and servers protected by advanced firewall protocols. One of the main objectives of our Risk Management Center is to be practical in our application of the regulatory requirements and ensure that our clients understand these requirements from the outset to minimize the burden on clients. However, we reserve the right to refuse to do business with any client if we are not satisfied with the information we receive.
We use the services of respected business intelligence investigators used by major global financial institutions and regulatory bodies to routinely monitor our database. We also actively support anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) measures by liaising with the regulatory bodies in relation to our constant review and analysis of market trends and global initiatives. For more information about our AML/CTF Program please contact Jamal S. Smith.
Our Risk Management Center also established a Disaster Management Team that maintains and implements our Disaster Recovery Plan which also includes a business continuity plan. We use special cloud technology to remotely backup data in addition to a primary full server backup for secure and effective recovery in the event of a disaster. For more information about our Disaster Recovery Plan please contact Jamal S. Smith.
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