Enter the Cyprus market
New companies in Cyprus
can choose to begin their commercial activities here by setting up a liaison office
. This is the simplest form of organization that can be chosen by new companies when entering the market and its purpose is to connect the foreign mother company to the market in Cyprus. The liaison office
, also known as a representative office
, will be dependent on the main company and will act in its best interest.
Our Cypriot company formation experts
can help you open a liaison office and take the first steps for doing business in Cyprus
Why open a liaison office in Cyprus
A liaison office is a good way for international companies to be present on the Cypriot market and maintain a good relationship with their customers. By setting up a representative office, clients have a way of communicating with the company in Cyprus and the company can monitor the market and adjust its activities accordingly.
A representative office in Cyprus
will conduct marketing operations and other non-transactional operations. This type of establishment is different from a branch
or a subsidiary in Cyprus
, as it can perform certain activities necessary for representing the headquarters. Although the liaison office
cannot perform independent activities, it has an important role in representing the company in front of Cypriot institutions
and is essential for marketing purposes. If you want to know more about the advantages of a representative office in Cyprus
, one of our company formation specialists
will give you more information.
How to open a liaison office in Cyprus
The list of documents necessary for opening a liaison office in Cyprus includes: the application form, copies of the company’s Articles of Association, a copy of the incorporation certificate, a letter from the chief of the representative office and other documents stating the reasons for opening the office. All copies should be legalized.