International Tax Planning and Structuring

The globalization of the world's economy has made effective tax planning a crucial factor for the success of all business endeavours. Through our network of tax specialists we can help businesses expand in new territories and through effective tax planning minimize their tax burden.

 

Cyprus is an established international financial centre with the most favourable tax regime in the European Union and with a large number of double tax treaties. Our specialist's tax advisors assist clients to take full advantage of the opportunities offered for effective international tax planning using Cyprus and other jurisdictions.

 

Cyprus tax legislation is extremely favourable towards setting up holding companies of group structures by applying a zero tax regime. Similarly, companies involved in equity stock investment are tax exempt.

 

International trusts and collective investment schemes are some of the vehicles used for efficient tax planning. More information is readily available from our tax department.

 

 

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