The best way to start investing in Dubai is to set-up an offshore company and open a bank account.

Appointment of an offshore registered agent will be required by the authority. A registered Chartered Accountant company is one of the best decisions that an investor can consider.

Asad Abbas & Co. (Chartered Accountants) is proud to be a registered agent to set-up an offshore company in Dubai JAFZA Free Zone Authority. While companies can avail the agency appointment services of Asad Abbas & Co. (Chartered Accountants) as their company registered agent in JAFZA Offshore, investors can also take advantage of using AA&Co.’s prestigious address in Dubai as well as their benefits of being assisted in doing all the relevant formalities in JAFA Offshore Authority.

There are ample of business activities that an investors can choose from. Most well known banks also accept applications if you have a JAFZA Offshore company.

Benefits of an Offshore Company

  • 100% foreign ownership and no requirement for local sponsor
  • Complete anonymity & privacy protection
  • Multi-currency Bank Account provision
  • No corporate and income taxes
  • No requirement for physical office
  • Can own an approved real estate properties in the U.A.E.
  • Full repatriation of capital & profits
  • Economical and minimum maintaining balance

Contact us NOW if you are thinking of setting up an offshore company in Dubai JAFZA Free Zone Authority. With our 10 years of relevant experience in the industry, you can never go wrong.

Regards,

Asad Abbas, CPA, CMA, CFM

Founding & Managing Partner

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