Fee schedule for Seychelles company

Description Fee (USD) Additional Information
Company Incorporation 800.00  
    Government Fees
    Registered Office Fee
    Registered Agent Fee
    Certificate of Incorporation
    M&AA
    Minutes of First Meeting
    Share Certificates
    Corporate Document Set with Apostille
    Company Stamp
    Courier
   
*Renewal Fees:    
    Registered Office
    Registered Agent
    Annual License Fee
450.00  
Annual Nominee Fees:    
  • Individual Cypriot Nominee Director
  • Corporate Belize Nominee Director
  • Individual Seychelles Nominee Director
  • Individual Cypriot Nominee Shareholder
  • Corporate Belize Nominee Shareholder
  • Individual Seychelles Nominee Shareholder
380.00
200.00
325.00
250.00
150.00
250.00
POA is not included
Bank Account:    
Cyprus Bank Account Opening
Bank Accounts in other jurisdictions
Quoted for on a case by case basis
Quoted for on a case by case basis
No Visit required
Additional Services:    
Notary Certification of Documents 120.00 Per Document
Apostille of Documents 170.00 Includes Notarisation. Fee
Per Document
Certification by Seychelles Foreign Ministry 80.00 Per Document
Certification by Consulate Quoted for on a case by case basis  
Change of Director / Change of Shareholder:
    Includes preparation of Minutes / Resolutions
    Share Certificates
    Register of Directors & Shareholders
250.00 Additional charge of
40 USD if more than 1
Director/ Shareholder
Certificate of Good Standing
    Including Apostille & Courier
    Without Apostille, including Courier

325
245
 
Certificate of Incumbency
    Including Apostille & Courier
    Without Apostille, including Courier

325
245
 
Power of Attorney
    Including Apostille & Courier
    Without Apostille, Including Courier

300
250
For Cypriot and Corporate
Nominees
Power of Attorney
    Including Apostille & Courier
    Without Apostille, Including Courier

250
170
For Seychelles nominees
Certificate of Tax Exemption
    Including Apostille & Courier
    Without Apostille, Including Courier

425
345
 
Duplicate Certificate of Incorporation
    Certified by Registry & Courier
    With Apostille & Courier

175
255
 
Amendments to M&AA
    M&AA with Apostille & Courier

375
 
Change of Company Name:
    Includes Certificate with Apostille & Courier
    Includes Certificate with Apostille, new M&AA & Courier

425
550
 
Company Dissolution:
    With Agents Liquidator
    With Client Liquidator


1,550.00
1,150.00

 

Including Original
Certificate of Dissolution
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.

 *Renewal payments due as follows:
Due in the following year a month before the date of company registration

 

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