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SFM wins the Best Agent Award in Ras Al Khaimah

14 February 2019

We are delighted to announce that SFM was bestowed with the Top Agent 2018 Award by RAK International Corporate Centre (RAK ICC) as the best-registered agent. The award has been granted in acknowledgement of SFM’s outstanding incorporation records for 2018 among other criteria. [..]

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What is the world’s best offshore jurisdiction?

31 January 2019

In the last 10 years, the world’s offshore industry has gone through major change. New offshore centers have emerged, while others have drastically reduced in size. [..]

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Dubai Commercial License Company characteristics:

Company typeLimited Liability Company
Governing corporate legislationDepartment of Economic Development Dubai
Information published relating to company officersNo public register of company officers
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Accounting requirementNo accounting or reporting requirements
TaxationNo taxes
LegislationUAE Federal law and UAE Companies Law
Standard currencyUAE Dirhams pegged to USD
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