Fee schedule

Fee Schedule (EUR):

 GmbH / SarlAG / SA
Incorporation Package:
  • Fees for Commercial Register
  • Account opening for capital contribution
  • Registered Address including forwarding of mail & postage
  • Accounting, Annual Accounts and Tax return (300 entries per year)
  • Company Stamp
  • Courier
€6,685 €7,550
Local Swiss Nominee Director FeeObligatory €10,000 €10,500
Annual Renewal Fee:
  • Registered Office
€3,800 €3,800
Local Swiss Nominee Director FeeFrom Year 2 €7,650 €7,650
Privacy Package:
  • Additional Fiduciary Formation and Fiduciary Shareholder
N/A Year 1 – €14,500
From Year 2 – €8,950
Nominee Fees:
  • Individual Cyprus Nominee Director
  • Individual Cyprus Nominee Shareholder
€350.00
€200.00
€350.00
€200.00
Bank Account Opening Fees:
  • Swiss Bank Account Opening Fee
  • Cyprus Bank Account Opening Fee
From €250.00
€450.00

From €250.00
€450.00

 

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