Located at the Eastern Mediterranean sea between three continents (Africa, Europe, Asia), Cyprus, part of the EU and the Eurozone, covers an area of 9.251 square kilometers and is the home of 854.800 people.
Cyprus has been experiencing strong and consistent growth in its financial, tourism and leisure service industries and is fast becoming the jurisdiction of choice. Thanks to the renewed boost in confidence, foreign investment increased, merely attracted by the improved economic climate and the prospects in the real estate, investment fund, shipping, construction, tourism and energy sectors.
With a competitive, modern and transparent legal, financial and regulatory framework, Cyprus emerged as a credible and highly reputable financial center, full FATF compliant, with memberships in UN, Council of Europe, OSCE, WTO, World Bank, IBRD.
Cyprus has been experiencing strong and consistent growth in its financial, tourism and leisure service industries
Cyprus offers one of the most attractive tax regimes in Europe. A member of the European Union since 2004, Cyprus’ regulatory regime is in full compliance with the requirements of the EU and OECD. The island’s advantageous tax rate makes it the jurisdiction of choice in regards to headquartering and more specifically international tax arrangements.Key Features of the Cyprus Tax System:
Beyond the tremendous economic and tax advantages offered to investors, Cyprus also offers an extremely attractive lifestyle and excellent infrastructure. In a glimpse, Cyprus offers: