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Switzerland Offshore Company Formation - How it works?

Updated time: Dec 19, 2017 , 10:08 (UTC+08:00)

2 mins video2 mins video Switzerland Company Corporate income Tax is low, only 8,5% (Federal tax), Switzerland highly recognized country so easy to do as well as expanding your business. Holding companies are exempt from tax on income from capital gains and Commercial interest, including loans from foreign shareholders paid by a Swiss company are not subject to withholding tax (Offshore Status if your company is Holding). At least one director has to have his domicile in Switzerland company.

How to Setup your Switzerland Offshore Company?

Step 1 Switzerland Offshore Formation, initially Our Relationship Managers team will ask You have to provide the detailed information of the Shareholder/Director's names and information. You can select level of services you need, normal with 9 working days or 5 working days in urgent case. Furthermore, give the proposal company names so that we can check the eligibility of company name in Switzerland Commercial Register system.

Step 2 You settle the payment for Our Service fee and official Switzerland Government Fee required. We accept payment by Credit/Debit Card Visa Visa Discover American , Paypal Paypal or Wire Transfer to our HSBC bank account HSBC bank account (Payment Guidelines).

Step 3 After collecting full information from you, Offshore Company Corp will send you a digital version (Certificate of Incorporation, Register of Shareholder/Directors, Share Certificate, Memorandum of Association and Articles etc.) via email. Full Switzerland Offshore Company kit will courier to your resident address by express (TNT, DHL or UPS etc.).

You can open bank account for your company in European, Hong Kong, Singapore or other jurisdictions supported offshore bank accounts! You are freedom international money transfer under your offshore company.

Your Switzerland Company formation completed, ready to do international business!

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