21/05/06 in Madrid, Spain
Our Directors were delighted meeting with clients and associates during their stay in Madrid on 21 May 2006.
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Exciting tax planning opportunities, as well as your specific needs were directly discussed with our CEO or one of our Directors. (Please note this is not an exhaustive list):
Cyprus’ Tax Regime in general, with its wide, expanding and extremely beneficial Network of Double Tax Treaties (especially beneficial are those with Russia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East) and access to the European Directives (Parent-Subsidiary, Interest and Royalty, Merger Directives transposed into local tax law). It is no exaggeration to say that there are no activities that a Cyprus Entity is not suitable for.
Cyprus International Trading Structures – Used for triangular trade, receipts of commissions, joint ventures particularly in Russia & Eastern Europe, and etc. These are classic structures used for over 30 yeas by foreign investors.
Cyprus Holding Company Structures – indeed Cyprus can now claim a very successful and beneficial holding company regime.
Cyprus (Group) Finance Companies – and Royalty Routing Company Structures
Nominee / Undisclosed Agency Structures – Often involves a Cyprus Company acting as an agent of an overseas principal (e.g. a Seychelles IBC), usually for transactions outside Cyprus – a Cyprus (EU) face with a very low tax burden, often significantly lower than 10%!
UK Companies that are Tax Resident in Cyprus – (via their management and control effected by a Cyprus Registered Branch and the employment of the appropriate provisions of the UK – Cyprus Double Tax Treaty and UK and Cyprus Tax Legislation) and taxed on their worldwide income in Cyprus – a UK face with a low Cyprus tax burden (10% corporation tax on worldwide taxable income, which with proper tax structuring could effectively be significantly reduced further).
Cyprus Non-Resident Companies – Cyprus Companies not managed & controlled in Cyprus and not taxed for their non-Cyprus income in Cyprus (i.e. effectively with 0% Cyprus tax) but, as non-residents, cannot enjoy the benefits of the Double Taxation Treaties of Cyprus.
Our Directors were delighted meeting with clients and associates in Madrid discussing how they could benefit from Cyprus’ tax and other incentives, the types of activities that can beneficially be carried out through Cyprus Legal Entities, detailed tax information, information about our Group, our Services, the Jurisdictions we specialize in, popular tax structures used by clients, fee schedules and etc.
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