If you’re considering setting up a Cyprus company, it’s essential to understand the Cyprus company formation steps. Here’s a breakdown of the process:
- Cyprus Company Name Approval: Before proceeding with Cyprus company registration, you must seek approval for the company name. The application for approval should be submitted to the Cyprus Registrar of Companies. This step typically takes up to a maximum of five working days. Alternatively, our firm maintains a list of pre-approved company names, which can expedite the process.
- Legal Document Preparation: The next step involves the preparation of essential legal documents, including the Cyprus company memorandum and articles of association.
- Statutory Declaration by a Lawyer: To successfully register a company in Cyprus, a statutory declaration by a lawyer is required. This declaration is prepared and then signed and sworn before the court by a trusted lawyer. It should be submitted, along with other necessary documents, to the Cyprus Registrar of Companies.
- Submission of Legal Documents: All relevant completed forms, along with the Cyprus company memorandum and articles of association, as well as the lawyer’s statutory declaration, are submitted to the Cyprus Registrar of Companies.
- Approval and Notification: After submission, the Cyprus Registrar of Companies will review your application and notify you of the approval and registration of your Cyprus company. Following this, you can obtain the necessary Cyprus company certificates.
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