The Qatari government has set the deadline for companies to complete the Unified Economic Register.

Key Points:

  • All companies in Qatar must provide their “ultimate beneficial owner,” or UBO, registration by Dec. 31, 2022.
  • Companies must complete UBO registration through this website and include the UBO’s:
    • Full name as indicated in official identification documents.
    • Date and place of birth.
    • Nationality.
    • Address.
    • Passport or identification card expiration date.
    • Date they became a UBO.
    • Their shareholding percentage.
  • Companies that fail to register by Dec. 31, 2022, may face administrative fines or other penalties.

BAL Analysis: The Qatari government requires companies to compete UBO registration to help prevent fraudulent activity. Companies are reminded that UBO registration is mandatory for all businesses operating in Qatar.

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