To open a Business Account, legal entities must provide the following information and documents:
- Investment Profile: Describe your investment preferences and objectives.
- Portfolio Selection: Choose the type of investment portfolio that suits your business needs.
- Identification of the Entity: Provide records and articles of incorporation to identify the legal structure of your company.
- Type and Tax Identification Number: Share your entity's tax identification number.
- For holding companies, also provide the identification of the main shareholder. Lines of Business, Sector, or Industry: Specify the industry in which your business operates.
- Identification of Main Shareholders: Submit copies of identification documents or passports of the main shareholders (valid).
- Identification of the Legal Representative: Include copies of identification documents or passports of the legal representative (valid).
- Identification of Authorized Persons: Provide copies of identification documents or passports of authorized persons on the account (valid).
- Identification of the Davivienda Commercial Advisor: Mention the name of the Davivienda commercial advisor who introduced you to Davivienda Advisors.
- Certificate or Statement of Account: If your company holds any products with Davivienda affiliates, submit relevant certificates or statements.
- Main Address and Means of Contact: Provide the main address and contact details of the entity. For holding companies, also include the address of the main shareholder.
- Description of Financial Capacity and Origin of Funds: Explain your business's financial capacity and the source of its funds.
- Additional Documentary Support: Attach supporting documents such as proof of the entity's main address, residence of the legal representative, authorized persons, and main shareholders.
- Include documents related to the validity of these records, origin of funds, powers of the legal representative, and financial statements.
- For holding companies with complex structures, also provide the tax return of the main shareholder and certification of the shareholding composition.
- Answer Risk Exposure Questions: Respond to questions about your business's risk exposure to help us understand your investment needs.
- Identification of Tax Status and Country of Tax Residence: Submit Forms W-9 or W-8 to determine your entity's tax status and the country where it pays taxes.
By providing these details, we can proceed with opening your Business Account and tailor investment solutions to your company's requirements.