Offshore Company Incorporation and Maintenance Services
Welcome to Eltoma Corporate Services. Established in 2004 by highly qualified and experienced management and corporate finance professionals Eltoma Corporate Services provides individual solutions to our clients. Operating from four offices located in Cyprus, Moscow, Singapore and Hong Kong we provide a personal service to all our clients.
Eltoma Corporate Services offer the following
- Offshore Company Incorporation
- Company Management and Administration Services
- Bookkeeping, Auditing and Tax Reporting
- Formation and Restructuring of International Holding Structures
- International Tax Planning
- Opening Bank Accounts in various jurisdictions. Eltoma can open bank accounts in Cyprus without a presence.
- Corporate Services (Company Branding, Website Creation and Maintenance etc)
Eltoma Corporate Services offers a select number of jurisdictions in which to operate. We are constantly analysing and reviewing the jurisdictions in which we operate in order to ensure we inform our clients of the latest innovations and changes in taxation and company law. This results in a knowledgable, professional and comprehensive service being provided to all our international business clients.
At Eltoma Corporate Services we provide completely independent and professional advice ensuring we implement the best international tax planning solutions for our clients. It is imperative that the long-term management and administration of a company is thoroughly considered at the inception in order to provide the best structure. Eltoma Corporate Services facilitate this with in-depth, expert knowledge coupled with innovative and resourceful solutions.
Our website provides a thorough review of the services Eltoma provides and an overview of the jurisdictions Eltoma offers. However if you do not find the information you are looking for or have any queries regarding our services please contact us and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.
Latest News on Cyprus, Singapore, Russia and other parts of the world
||May 13, 2013
Extension of the Russian loan still not secured
Russia has not yet agreed to extend the terms of its 2.5 billion EUR loan to Cyprus, Russia’s deputy finance minister Sergei Storchak said on Saturday. “There was a request to change the duration of the loan, we promised to think about it”, Sergei Storchak told reporters. “This was a kind of promise – if … more »
||May 10, 2013
Cyprus should invest in oil and gas education
Having the opportunity to become a strong energy centre in the Eastern Mediterranean Cyprus should invest in education in the field of oil and gas exploitation. This message was conveyed by a workshop held yesterday in Nicosia on developing the oil and gas sector with a focus on education. The workshop was organised by the … more »
||May 9, 2013
Eurozone finance ministers to ratify Cyprus’ first bailout tranсhe
On Monday Eurozone finance ministers will ratify the agreement reached at the technical level for the disbursement of Cyprus’ first tranche of €3 billion out of the €10 billion EU bailout loan. There will be a first review of the course of the Cyprus aid programme at the meeting on Monday, while a political decision … more »
||May 2, 2013
Parliament ratified the island’s bailout
Parliament last night ratified the island’s bailout amid warnings that tougher times lie ahead for Cypriots, already suffering from the effects of a deep recession. With the majority of just two votes, lawmakers approved terms accompanying 10 billion euros in aid from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Government officials had warned … more »
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||April 29, 2013
IMF ‘carefully’ monitoring capital flows to Asia
The International Monetary Fund explained on Monday it is “carefully” monitoring massive capital flows into Asia and urged the region’s policymakers to guard against risks of overheating. The level of the inflows – which have sent Asian stocks and property prices skyrocketing – are close to or above historical trends in most economies including those … more »