"The Trade and Industry Registry is an official register of all commercial activities, companies other than non-trading companies, and economic interest groups.
It ensures that all the legal formalities relating to setting up a business, and authorisation to run and advertise a business, have been met.
Registration with the Trade and Industry Registry (click here for the factsheet : “How to register your company on the Trade and Industry Registry") is obligatory and must be completed within the two months which follow the commencement of activity. "
Registration follows the establishment of the entity and this being recognised by publication of its new status in the Journal de Monaco . Sole traders (Personne Physique) are also registered and issued RCI numbers, as are some foreign commercial establishments .
: https://en.service-public-entreprises.gouv.mc/Starting-a-business/Start-up-services/Registration-and-statement-of-existence/The-Trade-and-Industry-Register-RCI , retrieved 12th Dec 2020
: https://en.service-public-entreprises.gouv.mc/Starting-a-business/Start-up-services/Registration-and-statement-of-existence/How-to-register-your-company-on-the-Trade-and-Industry-Registry, retrieved 12th Dec 2020
: https://www.monacostatistics.mc/Economy-and-Finance/RCI, retrieved 12th Dec 2020