Fee Schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description Fees (Euros) Additional Information

Company Incorporation

  • Government Fees
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • M&AA
  • Resolution of Directors Appointment
  • Minutes of First Meeting
  • Register of Directors & Shareholders
  • Share Certificates
  • Maintenance of Registers
  • Corporate Document Set
  • Company Stamp
  • Courier
 1000.00  

 Renewal Fees

  • Registered Office
  • Registered Agent
  • Filing of annual returns
 850.00  

 Annual Nominal Fees

Individual Bulgarian Nominee Director

Individual Bulgarian Nominee Shareholder 

 

€900.00

€400.00

 POA is not included in the service

 Bank Account

Cyprus Bank Account Opening

Bulgarian bank account opening

 Quoted for on a case by case basis

 

€400.00

 No visit required

Personal visit of BO is required

 Additional Services

   
 Appostilled Documents  100.00  

 Certificate of good standing

  • Including Apostile & Courier
 250.00  

Certificate of Incumbency (extract from the registrar)

  • Including Apostille & Courier
 230.00  
 Description    
Signing a document by nominee director or nominee shareholder  70.00

 Per document

Notarisation of signature: 70.00

 VAT Registration  280.00  
 EORI Registration  150.00  

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Protection of Nominee Directors from IRD claims for Cyprus client companies

Legislation re Cyprus Tax Residency:

 

Cyprus Company Law: Responsibility of Directors for the non-payment of taxes

A Company Director, in a company incorporated under the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, may be found liable by the Inland Revenue or Customs & Excise with regarding tax related issues. As per the legislation, the Inland Revenue or Customs & Excise may personally prosecute the Company Directors who are involved in any taxation offence(s) or related financial matters.

Inward re-domiciliation: changes to the Singapore Companies Act allowing foreign firms to re-domicile to Singapore

Inward re-domiciliation: changes to the Singapore Companies Act allowing foreign firms to re-domicile to Singapore

In order to ensure that the regulatory regime of Singapore continues to be robust, relevant and in line with international norms, on the 30th of March 2017, the Companies (Amendment) Act 2017 of Singapore was gazetted. Among the number of amendments to the Companies Act, the provisions for the inward re-domiliation regime are arguably the most important in further boosting Singapore’s character as a business hub.

Inward re-domiciliation: Key changes to the Singapore Companies Act make company relocation to Singapore easier than ever

Inward re-domiciliation: Key changes to the Singapore Companies Act make company relocation to Singapore easier than ever

Last March, the Singapore Government amended the Singapore Companies Act 2017 which introduced an inward re-domicile (or relocation) regime in an effort to boost Singapore’s attractiveness as a business hub.

Cryptocurrencies: technical and legal overview

Cryptocurrencies: technical and legal overview

In this article, we will try to succinctly describe the technical and legal characteristics of Cryptocurrencies. The understanding of Cryptocurrencies is crucial for today’s modern payment services and investment opportunities around the world. We have seen the increasing importance that this topic has acquired in the last few months and the rise of the price of the most popular type of Cryptocurrency, the Bitcoin, from $0.06 cents of a dollar in 2010 to $5,518.85 by the 25th of October, 2017.[1]

The Belize IBC Amendment Act 2017: 3 notable changes for businesses

The Belize IBC Amendment Act 2017: 3 notable changes for businesses

Belize has amended its International Business Companies Act. These changes were to maintain its financial services industry in the increasingly regulated international market & meet the OECD white list requirements.

Cryptocurrency & ICOs as securities & virtual commodities as per Hong Kong law

Cryptocurrency & ICOs as securities & virtual commodities as per Hong Kong law

The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission has remarked upon the growth and popularity of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) for raising money not only in Hong Kong but other Asian countries. This article confirms and explains how digital tokens that are offered or sold may be defined as "securities" and as such are therefore governed by the relevant securities legislation of Hong Kong.

New licensing regulations for Trusts & Service Providers in Hong Kong

New licensing regulations for Trusts & Service Providers in Hong Kong

As per new regulations, all Hong Kong businesses providing Trustee Services, including Corporate Service Providers will not be able to operate without a valid trading license after March the 1st 2018. The new scheme is designed to better regulate individuals carrying out services within the financial sphere in Hong Kong and will be overseen and administered by the Hong Kong Companies Registry.