How to overcome barriers and make it easy for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to expand their business worldwide?
Today, with globalization taking fast pace, every SME can grow exponentially by conquering international markets. Many companies across the world are considering UAE as their foremost country for business incorporation or continuation. There are so many reasons to choose UAE! Starting from less regulation, advantages of attractive tax regime, multiple business opportunities and favorable investment climate.
AAZ International Corporate Services, led by Mr. Asad Abbas, Founder and CEO is offering a proven and easy process for re-domiciliation*, that can be completed within 1 working week!
The first ever most favorable offshore zone to transfer domicile is RAK ICC.
RAK International Corporate Centre (RAK ICC)
RAK ICC is a Corporate Registry operating in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates, is responsible for the registration and incorporation of International Business Companies, as well as providing a full suite of Registry services related to International Business company activity.
· Maintain existing company’s legal status
· Preserve operational and banking history
· Avoid liquidation expenses
· Access common law courts
· Exemptions and freedom to repatriate capital and profits
With the benefits such as above, and much more, hundreds of businesses have already redomiciled to RAK ICC within last few months!
To start things right, contact our team to support you throughout the process and make application as seamless as possible.
*Transfer of Domicile/Continuation is the process by which a company/enterprise 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 re-domicile or opt for Transfer of Domicile for a variety of reasons, the most important being able to take advantage of a tax neutral environment and/or the availability of a network of Double Taxation Agreements, to align their place of registration with their shareholder base, or to access specialist capital markets.