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Interquick Limited was established in 2006. It specializes in the formation and services relating to International Business Companies, local tax, international tax and corporate planning. The company provides international businesses as well as Cyprus companies with offshore consulting and advice.

Through the highly trained and experienced staff, Interquick Limited offers advice on all matters relating to the registration of a company, branch or partnership. Drawing from the vast experience in the services sector and long-term ties with professional associates from around the world we can offer the following services to our clients.

Our staff are highly trained and experienced in providing management services both to foreign and local clients according to their needs and requirements.

Our success is founded on our ability to provide quick, practical, creative and cost-effective advice to our clients and an immediate response to our clients' enquiries.

Use of Cyprus Companies

As a result of the numerous tax advantages that are offered, Cyprus companies are widely used by foreign investors in their tax planning. The most popular uses of such companies are as follows.

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Company Formation

There are a number of simple steps that must be followed for the succesful registration of a new company. Here, at Interquick Limited, we summarize and provide this information to help and guide you through the registration process of forming a new Cyprus company.

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The services that are provided by our firm cover all the stages from the formation of a company through its smooth operation during the year, the correct representation and all that is legally required to keep the company within the laws of the country.

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Tax Advantages

Due to its geographical position Cyprus acts as a connection between Europe, Africa and Asia for foreign investors wanting to transact their business in a well organized and efficient manner. Cyprus governmental structure is modeled on Western Democratic systems and follows closely the United Kingdom legal system.

In addition to the favourable tax environment, Cyprus offers the International Business Companies which are serviced from Cyprus an increased reputation over other offshore jurisdictions, due to its EU membership and its compliance with European law. It also benefits from a well regulated and secure financial infrastructure, with high level of banking, accounting, auditing, taxation and legal services.

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Upward trend on Cyprus company registrations

There is an upward trend in the new Cyprus company registrations for the first two months of 2018 indicating
the increase of international business activity on the island and the major progress of the economic

The average increase of the new Cyprus company registrations for the first two months reached the level of
19,55% over those for the same period in 2017.

Despite the negative economic climate of the past few years Cyprus remains a trusted place for investments
as well as a strong financial centre based on a positive and advantageous tax system for foreign investors.


Cyprus company registrations

In accordance with the Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver in Cyprus, the number of company
registration applications in 2017 reached 13.672 a slight increase over the previous year.

The current number of registered companies in Cyprus stands at 217.893.

The number of company registrations is an indicator of the performance of the business service sector.


List of Non-Cooperative tax jurisdictions

On 5th December 2017 the first ever EU list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions was agreed by the
finance ministers of EU member states. They listed 17 countries for failing to meet agreed tax good governance
standards (among which included Bahrain, Barbados, Grenada, Marshall Islands, Panama, Saint Lucia, UAE) and
47 countries had committed to address deficiencies in their tax systems in order to meet the required criteria set
out by EU (among which included Belize, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, Mauritius, Seychelles).