What documents do I need to get started with Cledara?

Are you in the midst of signing up? Or maybe planning ahead and getting your documentation ready for the signup? We know that gathering the necessary documents can be challenging at times, so our team is always here to help you every step of the way.

To get started with Cledara, you will need to first provide the following documentation:

Company documents

We look for documents from official databases that show us:

  1. Basic company info
  2. List of executive directors
  3. Main shareholders that hold at least 25% of the shares directly or indirectly

Depending on your country, you might be able to find the above information in:

  • Extracts from the national company register and UBO register
  • Annual returns of your company
  • Confirmation statements of your company

Kindly send us the most recent copy of the documents, preferably those that are published within the past year so we can work on the most updated information of your company.

If documents from official databases are not available, we also accept the following documentation that is verified by an external accountant or lawyer.

  • Capitalization tables
  • Organization charts
  • Register of Members
  • Register of Shares

We rely on the signature of an independent lawyer or signature to authenticate the information of the self-reporting documents.

Representative documents

For company directors listed in the national register, we will need their:

  • date of birth

For any natural persons who are identified as the ultimate beneficial owners, we will need their:

  • passport photo page that shows all information, including the MRZ
  • proof of address, such as utility bills that are from the last 90 days

In the case where there is no one who qualifies as an ultimate beneficial owner, we will shift the review to your CEO instead. We will need their:

  • passport photo page that shows all information, including the MRZ

All information is collected for review purposes only and will remain confidential.

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