10 steps to incorporating in Niger

llc incorporation steps in NigerIncorporation of a company in Niger is not as easy as in Western, developed countries, but still can be done without our Client having to travel. Healy Consultants’ Niger business incorporation agent will complete all procedures, including the opening of a corporate bank account in Niger for the company. The typical procedures are as follow:

  1. Prior to Niger company incorporation, our Client i) settles Healy Consultants’ incorporation fees, ii) signs and returns our Client engagement letter and iii) provides us all the required due diligence documents;
  2. Healy Consultants drafts a detailed Niger company setup engagement project plan. This plan will map out, week by week, each step to engagement completion, optimizing transparency and settling Client expectations;
  3. Healy Consultants assists our Client to decide on i) proposed company’s name and ii) the optimum corporate structure including directors and shareholders;
  4. Next, Healy Consultants will collect all necessary due diligence from our Client and details of the proposed company’s activities and then proceed to open a corporate bank account in Niger for the company with one of the recommended banks and then, if required, deposit the required initial capital into the corporate bank account and obtain a receipt;
  5. Healy Consultants will engage a notary on behalf of our Client to prepare and notarize the company’s by-laws and present the documents for registration;
  6. Healy Consultants will then reserve our Client’s company name and register the company statutes and thereafter, file the registration documents with the Niger Commercial Registry at the Greffe du Tribunal (RCCM);
  7. Healy Consultants will publish the company formation notice in the Sahel newspaper or the Official Journal within 15 days after the company is registered;
  8. Next Healy Consultants will register the company at the CFE which is a one stop shop for registration with i) the tax authorities representatives to obtain the identification number (NIF) ii) the National Social Security Fund and iii) the employment agency (ANPE);
  9. After this, our Client will then supply Healy Consultants with a lease agreement of their office premises. If our Client does not have a business premise, Healy Consultants will provide virtual office services for the first six months or until our Client finds a business address;
  10. Following Niger company formation and engagement completion, Healy Consultants will courier a full company kit to our Client, including original documents, unopened bank correspondence and a Client feedback survey to assess the quality of our Niger business incorporation services.

Contact us

For additional information on our company incorporation services in niger, please contact our in-house country expert, Mr. Kunal Fabiani, directly:
client relationship officer - Kunal
Chamber of Commerce and Industry BCEAO - central bank of west african states Niger State One Stop Investment Centre Ministry of Justice