Myrianthous Law Firm has earned an outstanding reputation throughout the region for advising individuals and legal entities on cross border litigation including cases related to International Family Law and General Civil Law.

We provide a variety of services relating to offshore company formations in jurisdictions across the globe, based on the particular needs of our clients. We work with you to establish the most optimal corporate structure and asset protection plan.

Registration of a company in Cyprus

Our team of corporate specialists will help you throughout the process of registering a company. This includes the:

  • Application for a Company name
  • Preparation and submission of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company for registration, together with all information pertaining to the shareholder/s, director/s and secretary
  • Provision of nominee services, be this directors, shareholders, secretary or registered office, if required
  • Opening of bank accounts that are fully compliant with all AML (anti-money laundering) and KYC (know-your-client) requirements
  • Preparation of all required minutes of director and/or shareholder meetings
  • All necessary legislative filings and annual returns to the relevant authorities
  • Drafting of any supplementary documentation including Powers of Attorney, agreements, etc.

Registration of a company abroad

We also offer multiple services for offshore companies registered in other jurisdictions through a network of highly experienced international lawyers. Where a company is registered is based on the requirements of each client, the tax implications, investment options and the preferred corporate structure.

Offshore jurisdictions include:

  • British Virgin Islands (BVI)
  • Seychelles
  • Liechtenstein
  • Panama
  • Belize
  • Isle of Mann
  • Romania
  • Bulgaria
  • Greece

Our team of specialists will examine each offshore centre to establish the best match for your company’s intended activities and international structuring. Double taxation treaties will be studied for purposes of tax planning and tax optimisation.

Other factors that will be considered include protection of assets, banking privacy, security of property rights, inheritance duty, treatment of capital and profits, diversity of financial instruments, accessibility to foreign markets, monetary exchange control, international commercial tariffs, political and economic stability, and many more.