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Corporate services

  • Corporate Formation

    Incorporation of companies and the provision of registered office, registered agent, management and nominee shareholder services.

    Supporting and Ancillary Services

    In support of its core Services, we are specializes in the provision of Supporting and Ancillary Services. These may include: Director, Shareholder and Trustee Services Domiciliation and Company Secretary Services Services related to the Opening and Administration of Bank Account Services related to the maintenance of company registers, books and records Organization and preparation of minutes of Annual or Extraordinary Meeting of Shareholders Organization and preparation of minutes of Board of Director`s Meetings Preparation of Specific Powers of Attorney Translation of documentation Virtual office (virtual offices includes several individual services): Personal response to telephone calls; Posting; Voice mail; Fax number; E-mail address; Meeting rooms and conference facilities.

    Creation and Administration of Succession Instruments

    We may assist our clients for the creation and administration of international trusts and foundations to complement the existing corporate and financial structures or personal dispositions of our clients and to ensure the continuity of management of assets following their incapacitation or demise. Currently our firm deals with all matters relating to the creation and administration of : (a) Holding companies, (b) Finance companies (c) Royalty companies (d) Investment companies and (e) Trusts.

    Bank Account Management

    We have the ability and expertise to facilitate opening, maintaining and operating corporate and private banking through our network.

    The Shelf Companies

    Shelf companies have been formed on a previous date which gives them the advantage of being instantly available. The companies below have never traded, hold no assets and have no liabilities.

    International Tax Planning

    Our International Tax Planning specialists can provide consultancy and implementation of tax effective structures which will enable corporations and individuals to operate effectively in the global economy market. Our team of professionals can provide tax consultation on international tax issues and select the most effective vehicle(s) for our clients in order to achieve tax minimization. By identifying the relevant Local Law considerations we can assist in structuring cross border investments and acquisitions, establish holding corporate structures, repatriation and exit planning.

    Accounting and Audit

    Our associates consist of qualified and experience accountancy personnel. In accordance to Cyprus company tax laws all the Cyprus companies must maintain accountancy books and records, file annual tax returns and prepare audited financial statements. We are provides the following services: Accounting bookkeeping Auditing Preparation of financial statements.

    Investor services

    Client transaction processing

    • Due diligence and KYC
    • Settlement and registration
    • Reconciliation and control
    • Shareholder and intermediary maintenance and reporting
    • Processing of distributions
    • Payment of commissions
    • Entry/Exit fee calculation
    • Investor tax reporting

    Domain, and website services

    Whether you are a new existing business, in today`s climate it`s vital to promote a professional image by using a business e-mail address when corresponding with clients and by having an online presence which reflects your business. Not only will you give the right impression but by registering your domain name, you are protecting another valuable asset-your company name.

    Although Cyprus is no longer the offshore tax haven that it used to be before it became a member of the EU, it remains a dream destination for many foreign investors. An efficient and sophisticated business environment coupled with company income tax of just 10% help to explain the pull. Companies registered in Cyprus are commonly used as: Trading companies a company in Cyprus may be registered for international trading purposes and pay the lowest taxation in Europe (10%) on their net profits. In addition, there are no withholding taxes on payment of dividends to non-resident shareholders. In Cyprus company management and control is overseas (non-resident Directors) then the Cyprus company may elect to not be taxable in Cyprus. This type of company is useful for trade purposes. It cannot benefit from any Double Tax Treaties and cannot obtain any Tax Certificates stating that it is resident taxable in Cyprus. Holding companies – provided that minimum requirements are satisfied, a company can be registered in Cyprus with 0% tax rate on dividends received by overseas subsidiaries.


    A well-known “sailors` paradise” British Virgin Islands (BVI) is the Caribbean capital of sailboat chartering; this archipelago is typically enjoyed by travellers looking for their private piece of heaven. Likewise it is popular among businesses searching for a confidential tax haven, for the BVI offshore Business Company (BC) is one of the most widely recognized and oldest offshore financial centres. A new version of the BVI Business Companies Act 2005 eradicated the two structure concept of a domestic company that operates within the BVI and an offshore company, allowing only one unified company the BVI Business Company. The new unified company still enjoys an offshore tax-free status, including exemption on all company income tax, dividends, interest, rents, royalties, and capital gains from the sale of company shares. It is considered tax resident in BVI and has signed double tax treaties with Switzerland and Japan. In place of tax, there is a fixed annual government fee, as well as an annual registered agent fee. The BVI Business Company is good match for a whole range of operations, from regular trading activities to holding shares in foreign companies, depending on the peculiarities of your business.


    The magical beauty of the Marshall Islands is strikingly idyllic; it you are looking for a unique platform to land your business on Marshall Islands is one of the easiest and attractive choices. The Marshall Islands Limited Liability offshore company (LLC) and corporation are quite simple to set up and maintain. The 1990 Marshall Island Association Law is modelled after Delaware corporate law. Neither company corporate tax nor withholding taxes are levied on company assets or income originating outside of the Marshall Islands. Regardless if it is an offshore LLC or Corporation, a Marshall Islands Company can be used in various ways: as a basic one-man trading company, as a principal company in an agency structure, or as a holding structure for owning real estate or foreign company shares.


    UNITED KINGDOM LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP (LLP) The Limited Liability Partnership Company has been available in the UK since April 2001 pursuant to the LLP Act 2000, The LLP incorporates the tax transparency and flexibility of a partnership with the Limited Liability, as well as separate legal identity benefits of a company. UK corporate tax is avoided completely if company has non-resident partners and if the LLP trades solely outside the UK, The LLP Partnership Agreement is specially drafted to allocate 100% profits to the non-resident partner.


    Belize is perfectly balanced jurisdiction for your business. The Belize International Business Company (IBC) is one of the most cost-effective offshore companies, with very simple maintenance. Based on the 1990 Belize International Business Companies Act, a Belize IBC is tax-free if it does not conduct business within the territory of Belize(but it may enter into business with other Belize IBC`s).In place of tax, there is a fixed annual government fee, as well as an annual registered offshore company agent fee. The highly flexible and many-sided formula of a Belize IBC offshore company is favourable for practically any kind and size of business. It can be used as a basic one-man trading company, or as a holding structure for owning real estate or foreign company shares.


    Nevis is an island in the Caribbean Sea, located near the northern end of lesser Antilles archipelago. Nevis, along with Saint Kitts, forms the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis. Offshore companies in Nevis are incorporated under the Nevis Business Corporation Ordinance Act of 1984 and amendments, and privacy is protected by the Confidential Relations Act 1985, Under the Nevis Business Corporation Ordinance Act of 1984, offshore companies are exempted from all taxes and stamp duties.


    Ras Al Khaimah – commonly referred to as RAK – is one of the seven emirates that make up the UAE federation. The northernmost emirate, it is located approximately 100 kilometres north-east of Dubai, to which it is connected by Emirates Road, a multi-lane highway, as well as by a number of smaller roads. Its neighbours are the emirates of Fujairah and Umm Al-Quwain (and it also shares a very short border with Sharjah in the desert interior) and the Sultanate of Oman’s Musandam peninsula. Ras Al Khaimah is also the part of the UAE that is geographically closest to Iran, with its Mina Saqr (port) only 100 kilometres (60 miles) away from the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas.

    Though one of the smaller emirates, Ras Al Khaimah has always held a position of significance. In the past, due to its strategic geographical location, it was a centre of traditional shipbuilding and trade; and more recently, it has become a centre of quarrying, manufacturing and tourism. Since 2003, the government of RAK has invested heavily in education and public utilities, and has pursued an economic diversification policy, promoting industrialisation and tourism in the emirate.

    During the past few years, Ras Al Khaimah has progressed towards its goal of becoming a serious investment destination, as well as one of the top tourist draws in the Gulf Region. With its varied landscape, including pristine coastline, expansive desert, and pleasant wadis and oases in the Hajar Mountains, picturesque Ras Al Khaimah was ranked sixth on fDi magazine’s list of Top 20 Middle Eastern Cities and first on its list of ‘Cities Most Attractive for Foreign Investment’, followed by Abu Dhabi and then Dubai.


    Malta`s economic policy aims to create prosperity in all sectors of society – the real wealth that derives from the profitable commercial activity. In order for the country has become richer, we must ensure that the conditions under which it profitable to do business, to create favourable conditions for local and international investors. This is especially true fiscal and monetary regimes in the state. To date, Malta is a major center for international business. Goods and services, as well as money, rotate rather freely in the international business arena. Through Malta are large financial flows. This was possible due to the fact that Malta applies a very attractive and competitive business tax policy, but at the same time, the laws of Malta comply with EU legislation, Tax rates start from zero and reach a maximum of 10%. Joined the company in Malta (which corresponds to the laws of the EU and approved by the EU) is attractive because there are tax breaks and other benefits for shareholders. Prior to December 31, 2006 in Malta was allowed to record the so-called International Trading Companies and International Holding Companies, which allowed the use of a special tax regime for non-resident shareholders of such companies, In fact it was clean offshore – offshore companies. But from January 1, 2007 significant amendments were introduced by the tax laws of Malta, with the result that was abolished the distinction between resident and non-resident shareholders. Thus, the company began to meet in Malta with EU law. AS a result of the entry into force of those amendments, instead of the International Trading Companies and International Holding Companies were allowed to register MALTA COMPANIES, which may have multiple or mixed sources of income (holding, trading or passive investment income) taxed at very attractive tax rates.


    Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of the People`s Republic of China, Located on Koulunskom Peninsula, west, south and east by the South China Sea. In 1842, a colony of Great Britain, in 1997, handed over the sovereignty of China, under the law, Hong Kong, given wide autonomy unit at least 2047. The economy is based on the free market, low taxation, and state interference. Hong Kong is one of the world`s leading financial center, Hong Kong, the headquarters of almost all the world`s largest corporations. Calculated by purchasing power parity per capita GDP of Hong Kong, even more than in the four leading West European countries (Britain, France, Germany and Italy) and Japan. Hong Kong has a favourable company taxation regime, which means that correctly structure and managed Hong Kong source income. Profit tax on domestic Hong Kong business income is 17.5%. A Hong Kong registered offshore company can be an excellent tool in entering the Chinese market. Used as a shareholder of a Chinese company, it can significantly ease burdensome incorporation procedures. Hong Kong registered offshore company also can be used as an intermediary when trading with China, Trading with China and holding a Hong Kong bank account do not constitute Hong Kong source income (unless this is done from a Hong Kong office), therefore, the Hong Kong offshore company will not lose the advantage of its tax-free status.


    Washed by the crystal waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Panama is located in the middle of the American continent, safely away from the storm and hurricane tracks. For decades, it has been attracting foreign capital under its two-starred flag. Panama non-resident corporations are primarily designed for use outside of Panama and may not carry on business in Panama, They are a popular choice as offshore companies because of their administrative ease, privacy features, tax exempt status and they are widely recognized by the worldwide financial community. Panama offshore companies are commonly used for: I. The holding /ownership of investments and assets, such as real or shares or other property. II. Commercial transactions and international trading operations III. Asset protection vehicles IV. Consultancy and personal service companies.