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Ras Al-Khaimah's new International Corporate Centre meets international business companies in Cyprus

posted on 28/06/2017: 6570 views


A delegation from RAK International Corporate Centre, RAKICC, a premium corporate registry for International Business Companies, IBCs, has travelled to Cyprus this week.

Led by RAKICC CEO, Joe Moynihan, the delegation held meetings with potential partners and industry advisors to discuss the benefits of international businesses incorporating in RAKICC. While in Cyprus, Moynihan also spoke at the InvestPro Cyprus conference in Limassol.

As a corporate registry, RAKICC is responsible for the registration and incorporation of IBCs, as well as providing a full suite of registry services related to business activity for companies from all over the world. Businesses that set up in Ras Al Khaimah typically trade internationally, invest around the world and own property assets globally.

Mr. Moynihan said, "We have had a number of very productive meetings while in Cyprus, which is a key market for us given the concentration of advisors and agents in the country. We are focused on attracting businesses and individuals from around the world and we are planning further trips to Africa and Asia in the coming months."

"As a world-class corporate centre and premium jurisdiction, Ras Al-Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates provides a stable, internationally-compliant, well-regarded and secure platform for individuals and businesses seeking to incorporate international business companies," he added.

More than 250 delegates attended InvestPro Cyprus 2017, including CEOs and CFOs, business owners, corporate and private lawyers, auditors, tax consultants, bankers, financial advisors, private investors and high net worth individuals. The conference covered a range of issues, including international investment, business immigration, international tax planning, wealth management and asset protection, and building global business structures. http://wam.ae/en/details/1395302620793

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