Fee schedule

 Mauritius GBC1 fee schedule

Incorporation:  
  • Incorporation
  • FSC Processing Fees
  • Government Annual Fees (from 1st July – 30th June) – see below
  • Registrar of Companies Annual Fee
  • Provision of Registered Office and Address
  • Provision of FSC approved Company Secretary
  • Application for Tax Residency Certificate
  • Provision of 2 Resident Directors
  • Courier
  • Company Stamp & Seal
USD $6.500

 

 

 

 

Renewal fee:
  • Government Annual Fees
  • Registrar of Companies Annual Fee
  • Provision of Registered Office and Address
  • Provision of FSC approved Company Secretary
  • Renewal of Tax Residency Certificate
  • Provision of 2 Resident Directors 
USD $4.250

Nominee fees:

  • Individual Cypriot Nominee Director
  • Individual Cypriot Nominee Shareholder
USD $380.00
USD $250.00

Bank account opening fees:

  • Opening of a local bank account

From USD $350.00

Additional services:

  • Apostille (per document)
  • Legalisation by Embassy’s in Mauritius
  • Filing of Quarterly Tax Return

 Professional & Administrative Fees (per hour)

  • Professional work
  • Administrative work
  • Secretarial work

 

USD $210.00

From USD $350.00
USD $220.00

 

From USD $350.00
USD $175.00
USD $100.00

Compliance service charges 
  • Introduction Compliance Fee for New Clients.

  • Annual Compliance Review 

  • Compliance Service Fee for all post company incorporation services involving new persons or legal entities.

 

US$230

US$120 

 

US$60 – US$120 

 

Please note:

  • Professional & Administrative Fees – are charged on time spent and complexity of work undertaken.
  • Fees quoted may vary dependent on exposure, level of technical complexity.
  • Annual Fees apply only where assets under management do not exceed 5 million USD.
  • Annual Fees do not include professional, administrative or secretarial services. These are charged separately on a time spent basis.

FSC License Fee runs from 1st July – 30th June rather than the annual anniversary date of incorporation therefore the license for a company will run from date of incorporation until the next June. The FSC fees are pro-rated in four quarters of the year and the relevant pro-rated fee will apply depending on which quarter the application is being made.  


Mauritius GBC2 fee schedule

Incorporation:

Includes:

  • Incorporation Fees
  • Registered Office
  • Registered Agent
  • Company Secretary
  • Preparation & Submission of Financial Summary to Authorities
  • Government Fees
  • Fees payable to the Financial Services Commission
USD $3.200

Renewal fee:

  • Registered Office
  • Registered Agent
  • Company Secretary
 USD $1.900

Nominee Director fees:
  • Individual Cypriot Nominee Director – PoA included
USD $325.00
Nominee Shareholder Fees:
  • Individual Cypriot Nominee Shareholder
USD $250.00

 

If you require further information GBC1 or GBC2 in Mauritius please do not hesitate to contact us

 

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  Resources:

 

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.

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