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  •  Companies control

    ​The Companies Control Department is responsible for:

    • Implementing policies governing the establishment and quality control of companies.
    • Supervising the establishment of commercial entities.
    • Ensuring implementation of trade legislation and regulations by companies.
    • Regulating auditors.
    • Supervising Chartered Accountants.
    • Register international companies and businesses in line with investment and representation office policies.

     

    Sections:

    • Companies Control Section.
    • Shareholding Companies Control Section.
    • Accounts Auditors Section.

     

    Main Tasks

    1. The Companies Control Section is responsible for:

    • Implementing policies governing the establishment of new companies in Qatar.
    • Developing, reviewing and approving procedures and contracts for Limited Liability Corporations, Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, and Limited Partnership companies.
    • Overseeing the implementation of trade policies by the private sector.
    • Processing applications for international companies.
    • Preparing ministerial decisions regarding the registration of international companies and commercial representation offices.

     

    2. Shareholding Companies Control Section is responsible for:

    • Implementing policies governing the control of Shareholding Companies.
    • Reviewing and approving contracts and procedures for establishing Shareholding Companies and partnership companies.
    • Monitoring procedures for and participating in the annual general meetings of Shareholding companies.
    • Reviewing and approving annual general meeting schedules ahead of publication.
    • Reviewing the financial statements of Shareholding companies ahead of publication.

     

    3. The Accounts Auditors Section is responsible for:

    • Implementing policies governing the Accounts Auditors profession.
    • Preparing and supervising accountants' records.
    • Ensure companies are committed to the policies and professional standards of the Committee of Chartered Accountants.
    • Reviewing complaints of accounting irregularities and overseeing the formation of authoritative committees.


     

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