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With years of experience, we have the capabilities and expertise to take your business to the next level. We combine our insights and skills to help you with establishing, expanding and operating your business within the UAE while take advantage of the core and uniqueness of the UAE market. 

We are proud to help you to shape and improve your business structure and we will deliver a tailored business structure that suits your goals, needs and budget. We will have all the complicated administrative work under control allowing you to focus on the core of your business. Through our deep knowledge of the UAE business culture and relevant laws, we will assure your business a very smooth entry to the UAE market and will get your business legally established and operational in the minimum time possible.


What we offer:

  • Assisting with choosing a suitable corporate vehicle to perform a particular business activity;

  • Analysing the business activities, business goals and needs and providing the most suitable corporate structure, solution and jurisdiction within the UAE.

  • Free Zone, mainland and offshore company formation and Registration services;

  • Formation of partnerships and joint ventures;

  • Drafting, reviewing and advising on Partnership Agreements, Shareholder Agreements, JV Agreements, POA, MOA, Addendums, Resolutions and Undertakings;

  • Assisting with applications and resolutions for setting up corporate bank accounts.


There are many international corporations expanding their business to the UAE and high number of start-ups choosing the UAE as their base. UAE, and Dubai in particular, has always been an attractive destination for companies and international investors for various number of reasons, some of which are:

  • United Arab Emirates is a low tax jurisdiction (no income or capital gain tax);

  • The UAE generally levies customs duties on imported goods at the rate of 5%. Alcohol and tobacco are subject to higher rates of duty while some categories of goods are exempted;

  • There are various types of ownership patterns and structures available in the UAE. UAE has over 40 Free Zone areas and a few offshore jurisdiction each with their own advantages;

  • Dubai is recognized by The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, as a financial hub. With a very strong banking system, Dubai has the largest and most sophisticated financial services industry in the region;

  • The trade between the UAE and the EU has seen a major increase in the recent years. The UAE economy is fast-growing with a positive overall economic outlook. With a high per capita income and annual trade surplus, the UAE holds the most liberal trade regime within the Gulf. The UAE is now aiming to become among the world’s top ten economies per capita income by 2021;

  • The UAE has ranked highest in the MENA for the most advanced and well-established infrastructure. The UAE is the home to world class facilities in terms of sea ports, roads, airports and telecommunications. UAE is an international aviation hub with 7 international airports and home to major international airlines, such as Emirates and Etihad;

  • Due to the UAE’s strategic location it has become a significant centre for maritime and sea transportation. The country has world class, advanced and high-tech port facilities. On the Western coast, there is the Port of Jebel Ali, the world's largest man-made harbor and the biggest port in the Middle East and on the Eastern coast Fujairah and Khor Fakkan are located with a direct access to the Indian Ocean avoiding the need to navigate through the Strait of Hormuz;

  • Dubai has won the prestigious right to host World Expo 2020 and that is forecast to boost the economy by USD 23 billion. This will result in a great number of opportunities across many sectors;

  • Expatriates form 80% of the diverse and multi-cultural society of the UAE population. The liberal society of the UAE has been cultivated with focus to the international culture providing international business centres, schools, universities, cultural centres and restaurants. The general business language is English.


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