Name: The words “limited liability company” or its abbreviations “LLC” or “L.L.C.”, “limited company” or its abbreviations “LC” or “L.C.”, “Ltd. liability company”, “Ltd. liability co.” or “limited liability co.” must be included in the name of each limited liability company set up in Wyoming.
Operating Agreement: This agreement may contain whichever other stipulations consistent with the law, where the members choose not to mention the social contract, for the management of the internal affairs of the limited liability company. A standard operating agreement may include: the domicile, purposes, duration, names and details of the managers and members, duties and responsibilities of the managers and members, voting rights and contributions to capital, among other important points of the business matters of the LLC. The Operation Agreement is not a matter of public information.
Capital: Contributions to capital by a member of the limited liability company may consist of cash or other property, promissory notes or services rendered or to be rendered.
Resident Agent / Registered Office: Each limited liability company must have and continually keep in Wyoming a registered office (that does not necessarily must be the same that its commercial address) as well as a registered agent.
Managers / Members: The management of the limited liability company will be made by its members who, unless otherwise stipulated in the Operating Agreement, will have authority in proportion to their contributions to the capital of the limited liability company. If there are stipulations regarding these matters in the partnership agreement, the management of the limited liability company will be carried out by a manager or managers, who will be elected by the members in the manner stipulated in the operating agreement of the limited liability company. It is only required that one member or manager is to be mentioned in the partnership agreement of the LLC, which is registered in the Secretariat of State of Wyoming. OMC is in position of providing to members or managers, representatives (or nominatives) in order to offer greater confidentiality.