Private security companies are companies primarily engaged in providing guard and patrol services such as bodyguard, guard dog, parking security and security guard services. Registration of security companies in Cameroon is subject to regulatory offices and documentary modalities.
An investment incentive is a government implemented incentive policy aimed to encourage investors into its domestic market or to promote the expansion of existing businesses. Investment incentives in Cameroon have created an environment that enables foreign businesses to operate and decrease risks.
An escrow service agreement is a contract that outlines the terms and conditions between parties involved and the responsibility of each. Escrow agreements generally involve an independent third party. The terms outlined are as follows;
Corporate social responsibility is a broad concept that can take many forms depending on the company and industry. Through corporate social responsibility programs, philanthropy and volunteer efforts, businesses can benefit society while boosting their brands.
Corporate due diligence is an extensive process undertaken by an acquiring firm in order to thoroughly and completely assess the target company’s business, assets, liabilities and financial performance.
An Inter-Urban transport company is a company specialized in providing transportation services for individuals usually between towns or cities. In order to register an inter-urban transport company in Cameroon, several documentary formalities and procedures must be fulfilled.
A cooperative society is an autonomous group of individuals who willingly join together to fulfil their aspirations and meet their common economic, social and cultural needs so as to form a corporate body with collective ownership and management,
Public contracts in Cameroon are regulated by the Public contracts code. Public contracts in Cameroon are instituted based on the principle of freedom of access to public procurement, equal treatment of candidates and transparent procedures.
Cameroon’s copyright laws/regulations are established by the Bangui agreement of February 24th 1999 revising Bangui agreement of March 2nd 1977 on the creation of an African Intellectual Property Organization which has instituted the code governing Intellectual Property in Cameroon.
Classification societies in Cameroon form part of the maritime industry of Cameroon. As such, there are rules and procedure for registering a classification society in Cameroon in accordance with The CEMAC Merchant Shipping Community Code of 3rd august 2001 as amended on 22nd August 2012.