You can't start the Niger subsidiary establishment procedure until you decide where you want to incorporate and what entity is suitable for your company. We suggest beginning with the location since various towns or areas in Niger may have their own Niger subsidiary laws. Find the ideal location in the nation that is welcoming to foreign investment, or engage with a consultant who can point you in the correct path.
Next, consider your company objectives to determine what kind of subsidiary will work best with your targeted activity level. You may form a limited liability company (LLC), a public limited company (PLC), or a branch. Each has its own set of constraints, but LLCs provide the greatest flexibility, while branches provide the least. Because of the many advantages and minimal constraints, most businesses choose to organize as an LLC.
The following processes are involved in establishing your Niger subsidiary as an LLC:
1. Creating two names, verifying both via the CAC web portal, and selecting the one that isn't already in use
2. Setting goals for the firm
3. Providing the subsidiary's registered main address
4. Drafting the parent company's data with a minimum of one extra stakeholder given
5. Meeting the criteria for share capital and shareholding
6. Providing contact information for two directors as well as copies of their IDs
7. Providing information about the company secretary
8. Creating a resolution of the parent business allowing the subsidiary's registration
9. Creating the memorandum of association and the articles of incorporation
10. Providing a copy of the incorporation certificate