Company Certificates are accreditations issued by the Panamanian government to certify that a Corporation exists and is duly registered with the public authority. This type of certification includes the company's incorporation date, legal status (active or dissolved), along with other general information.
The official institution authorized to issue these certificates is the Public Registry of Panama. The process begins by submitting a request to obtain the Certificate of Incorporation of the company and processing payment of the expenses established by Law No. 32 of 1927 of the Commercial Code of the Republic of Panama.
However, if proof of ownership of a company is required, a Share Certificate would be necessary; these are considered private documents and are not publicly accessible through regular procedures.
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