Cyprus Company Types - Uses

It is no exaggeration to say that there are no activities that a Cyprus Entity is not suitable for. The most common activities of Cyprus’ Legal Entities, which are currently being used, are set out in a summary format below (the list of such activities is not exhaustive).

To discuss operations not covered here or to examine the structures in more detail, please contact us directly.

Uses By Corporations

The most common activities of Cyprus Legal Entities, which are currently being used, are set out below:

(The list of such activities is not exhaustive).

Please contact us directly to discuss any operations not covered in this section.

[Note: The resulting Cyprus profits or funds can either be accumulated in Cyprus to be reinvested within the group or be repatriated to any jurisdiction - in any form dividend, interest or royalty using income transformation methods - without any additional Cyprus tax or exchange restriction].

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Uses By Individuals

The most common activities of Cyprus Legal Entities that are currently being used are set out below:

(The list of such activities is not exhaustive).

Please contact us directly to discuss any operations not covered in this section.

For more detailed information about the Uses of Cypriot Companies by Individuals, please either scroll down on this page (quicker) or use the main menu on the right.

Non - Tax Uses of Cyprus Entities

In addition, a number of significant non-tax benefits that can be achieved from Cyprus Structures include:

  • Use of the "High Credibility EU Status" of Cyprus Entities in order to transact internationally. Examples:
  1. it is a well known fact that EU Service Providers are subject to significantly less stringent due diligence requirements by banks and other institutions and entities,
  2. EU VAT Registration and verifiability of company details on the EU VIES system are widely considered as a criterion of added commercial credibility.
  • Pre-immigration planning.
  • Hedging against currency fluctuations.
  • Reduction in securities transaction costs.
  • Exemption from exchange controls.
  • Deployment of expansion strategies.
  • Asset Protection and shielding from litigation.
  • Confidentiality in Business and Financial affairs (anonymity).
  • Estate planning.
  • Access to new sources of finance.
  • Improved investment returns.
  • Creation of an International Equity base.
  • Reduction in employee costs.
  • Easier repatriation of funds.




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