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
||August 20, 2014
Singapore and India – friendly ties are increasing
Singapore Foreign Affairs Minister K Shanmugam and India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj discussed ways of cooperation between two countries during a meeting in Singapore on August 16, 2014. According to Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), projects in five local areas of co-operation such as investments and trade, speeding up air and maritime connectivity […]
||August 18, 2014
Scotland: corporate tax rate cut and other tax incentives
On September 18, 2014 voters in Scotland will go to the polls for a referendum that will shape the future of the UK. What will be the consequences of the positive vote on tax policy and tax law of Scotland? The Scottish Government’s white paper on independence, published in November 2013, set out plans to […]
||August 14, 2014
Cyprus signed a Double Taxation Agreement with Guernsey
Cyprus and Guernsey have recently signed a Double Taxation Agreement (DTA). The DTA is expected to contribute to the further development of the relationship between Cyprus and Guernsey with regards to commercial and finance matters. Cyprus has a vast network of the Double Taxation Agreements with other countries. The aim for renewing and maintaining the […]
||August 13, 2014
Latvia: Tax breaks for businesses affected by the Russian sanctions
Russia has recently introduced an embargo on food products from the European Union, in retaliation for its sanctions on Russia due to the political and territorial issues. Latvia’s Economy Minister Vjaceslavs Dombrovskis has proposed a 12-month tax break for the companies affected by the Russian sanctions. Tax breaks could be applied to corporation tax and […]
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||August 12, 2014
International Risk Review
#Eltoma Corporate Services would like to draw your attention to the potential business risks associated with trading in overseas countries. The headlines below highlight some of the recent changes that have impacted the risk environment. AFRICA Tunisia: Policy instability and security volatility mar the short-term outlook. Uganda: An IMF report underlines the healthy economic growth […]