1) Tax regime
– Cyprus tax (Corporation) tax rate 12,5% including interest income
– Cyprus tax (Corporation) tax rate on Intellectual Property (Royalties etc.) tax less than 3%
– No capital gains taxes
– Full exemption from Cyprus tax on dividend income received in almost all cases,
– Dividend payments from Cyprus Company to Zero Tax Company/EU/Non-EU entity/Individual non-resident recipient will not suffer any withholding Cyprus tax.
2) One of the cheapest places in the EU for corporate services and maintaining International companies/trusts/Collective investment schemes/, especially compared to Luxembourg, Switzerland, Netherlands, etc).
3) Cyprus is not an offshore jurisdiction; it is a member of EU with a competitive tax regime, offering business planning, formation and administration of an International trust and collective investments schemes (reformed into Alternative Investment Funds – AIFs) empowered by Corporate, collective investments schemes and Trust laws based on UK legal system
4) High-quality professional services; Cyprus accountants and lawyers are mostly the UK educated and members of professional bodies governed by ethical codes of the UK or International organisations.
5) Opening of a Cyprus bank account or opening of a bank account anywhere in the world.
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