Barbados: Types of Company
External companies are defined by the Companies Act as incorporated or un-incorporated bodies formed under the laws of a country other than Barbados. An external company must register in order to do business in Barbados. Registration involves submission of basic corporate information to the Registrar and payment of a fee of BDS3,000. After registration, an annual return must be submitted to the Registrar. Registration validates prior acts of the company under Barbadian law.