A Joint Venture is where two parties agree to pool their resources for the purpose of accomplishing a specific task. A joint venture can be created by (a) a contractual agreement between the parties (b) setting up separate legal entity (c) establishing a partnership and (d) establishing a European Economic Interest Grouping
Cyprus Companies Law, Cap 113 implemented Directive 2005/56/EC on cross-border mergers of limited liability companies (Cross-border Mergers Directive). Cyprus company law provides the framework for cross-border mergers between companies in Cyprus and companies from other EEA states.
From the 18.12.2018 there is no longer an obligation to pay capital duty of 0.6% on the authorised share capital or any increase thereof. The Council of Ministers abolished this obligation as part of wider measures taken aimed at making Cyprus an even more attractive jurisdiction for the incorporation and domiciliation of companies. Our firm…
Following the implementation of Directive 2005/56/EC (Cross-border Mergers Directive) into local law by Law 2 of 186(I) of 2007, Cyprus Companies Law, Cap. 113 now provides the framework for cross-border mergers of limited liabilities companies, where at least one of the merging limited liability companies is a Cyprus company or where the limited liability company resulting from the cross-border merger is a Cyprus company.
Cyprus Companies Law, Cap 113 implemented Directive 2005/56/EC on cross-border mergers of limited liability companies (Cross-border Mergers Directive). Cyprus company provides the framework for cross-border mergers to occur between companies in Cyprus and companies from other EEA states.
Mergers result in the transfer of the assets and liabilities of one company to another and the dissolution of the first company without it going into liquidation. A merger between Cyprus companies is defined by section 30 of the Income Tax Law (Law 118(I)/2002).
Corporate redomiciliation is the process by which a company moves its domicile from one jurisdiction to another by changing the country under whose laws it is registered or incorporated, while maintaining the same legal identity. Companies’ redomicile for a variety of reasons including to take advantage of more favourable tax laws or less stringent regulatory…