Boehringer Ingelheim Middle East & North Africa (Scientific Office) FZ-Ltd.

Company Overview

Status of registration:

Active

Business activities:

Managing Office

Registered Number:

2008

Registered offices:

Unit 1301 , Level 13, Index Tower, Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai, 507066, United Arab Emirates

Company Information

Name:

Boehringer Ingelheim Middle East & North Africa (Scientific Office) FZ-Ltd.

Trading Name:

BI MENA Ltd.

Status of Registration:

Active

Type of License:

Non Regulated

Legal Structure:

Private Company

Date of Incorporation :

17 Nov 2015

Commercial License Validity Date:

16 Nov 2020

Directors:

Mohammed Al-Tawil

Christoph Raab

Shareholders:

Boehringer Ingelheim Auslandsbeteiligungs GmbH

DNFBP: DIFC Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions

No

Financial Year End:

31st December

Auditor:

KPMG LLP

Class of Issued Shares:

A

Nominal Value of One Share:

AED 1000.000000

Number of Issued Shares:

185.000000

Data Protection

Data Protection Officer Appointed:

No

Notifications:

Personal Data Processing Operations:

Yes

Transfer of Personal Data from the DIFC:

No

Processing of Special Categories of Personal Data:

No

Purpose for the Personal Data Processing:

Staff Administration

Data Subjects or class of Data Subjects whose Personal Data is being processed:

Staff (Agents, Workers)

Description of the Class of Personal Data being Processed:

Personal details, family, employment details, bank account details

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List of Jurisdictions to which Personal Data may be transferred:

Not Applicable


Former Properties

Managers:

Karim El-Alaoui until 11 October 2016

Bjoern Sattler until 11 October 2016

Trade Name:

BI MENA LLC until 12 November 2018

Name:

Boehringer Ingelheim Middle East & North Africa (Scientific Office) FZ-LLC until 12 November 2018

Directors:

Enrique Humberto Manzoni until 09 January 2020

Auditor:

Price WaterhouseCoopers Limited until 02 July 2018

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