Fee Schedule

Service Year 1 Year 2 Additional
Services
Comments
‘Exempt’ Company formation $5.000 $3,350    
Formation of the company Included      
Incorporation disbursements (incl. courier) Included      
Memorandum & Articles of Association Included      
First minutes of the Directors Included      
Organisational Resolutions Included      
First Register Included      
Initial Share Transfer Included      
Registered Office Included Included    
Secretary/Assistant Secretary Included Included    
Government fee (including filing of initial
register of directors & officers)
$895 $854    
Nominee Directors
Individual Nominee (Cypriot) US $380 US $380   POA is not included
Corporate Nominee (Belize) US $200 US $200  
Nominee Shareholders
Individual Nominee (Cypriot) US $250 US $250   POA is not included
Corporate Nominee (Belize) US $150 US $150  
Certification of Documents:
Certification by Apostille per set or individual     $650 Courier fees additional charge
         
Compliance service charges      USD Comments
Introduction Compliance Fee for New Clients.     US$230  
Annual Compliance Review      US$120  Charged with June 2016 Company Renewal fee onwards.
Compliance Service Fee for all post company incorporation services involving new persons or legal entities.     US$60 – US$120  Price depends on complexity of the case.

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