Fee schedule

 

Incorporation:
  • All Government License Fees
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Share Certificates
  • First Directors Minutes
  • Filing of all documents with the Companies Commission
  • Courier fees
  • Company Stamp & Seal
  • Registered Office
  • Secretary
  • Annual Fee for 2 x Local Directors (including Provision of Directors Residential Address)

 

ADDITIONAL FEES:

  • Local Directors Deposit Payment (for the obligatory 2 x Local Directors)

*Please note that this is a deposit only and will be held in a client account and returned on cessation of service should all be in good order.

 

 

USD $6,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*USD $3,000.00

Bank Account Opening Fees:
  • Malaysian Bank Account Opening
  • Cyprus Bank Account Opening Fee

 

USD $950.00

USD 620.00 + the required Legalisation Fee

Annual Renewal Fee:
  • Registered Office & Secretary Fee
  • Payment of Government Fees
  • Annual Fee for 2 x Local Directors

USD $2,250.00

Additional Fees:
  • Registration of Tax File Numbers (Corporate & Employee Tax File)

 USD $350.00

Accountancy Fees: 

Quotations can be provided based upon the approximate number of monthly transactions and estimated turnover

 

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