And to OP, it is very simple to register a company in Cyprus, You will need to find a few names for your company (as long as we speak a new registered company) the names need to be approved by the Cypriot authorities, this can tale up to a week, often it only takes a few days.... once the name is approved, you will need to decide if you will need nominees, this is often the best to do, since it makes things less complicated and the process is way faster (just my expirience, have tried both), now you just sit back and wait for your agency to come back to you with the corporated documents for your new registered company and thats it.mneilson said:First you have to register your company with a name after paying a fee of $1975 USD. The registration fee includes the following fees.
Apostilled registration documents and shareholder certificate.
Official Company certificate.
Memorandum of articles and registration certificate
Cyprus Company with Power of Attorney (Power of Attorney (POA)
You have to pay some Annual fees also.They includes:-
Company secretary (required by law) costs, in Euro395-USD 525
Registered office (required by law) costs, in Euro395- USD 525.
Nominee directors (optional) (per nominee) costs, in Euro 395.00 ~ USD 525.
Nominee shareholders (optional) (per nominee) costs in euro395.00-USD525.
Foreign nominee shareholder (optional) (per nominee) costs in euro795-USD120.00 Foreign nominee Director (optional) (per Director) costs in euro 795- USD 1.120