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  • Business name approval
  • Preparation of documents to the Registrar
  • Payment of urgent fees
  • Apostille legalization of corporate documents
  • Registered Office
  • AML monitoring
  • Certificate of Incumbency & Corporate Register issue
  • Signing and archiving of documents
  • Receipt of correspondence
  • Bank options proposal
  • Filling out bank forms
  • Certification of documents set
  • Communication with bank
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  • Preparation of documents for transfer
  • Making appropriate changes with the Registrar
  • Communication with current Corporate Administrator
  • Registered Office
  • AML monitoring
  • Certificate of Incumbency & Corporate Register issue
  • Signing and archiving of documents
  • Receipt of correspondence
  • Bank options proposal
  • Filling out bank forms
  • Certification of documents set
  • Communication with bank
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Here you can

  • Business name approval
  • Preparation of documents to the Registrar
  • Payment of urgent fees
  • Business Registration (BRC) for the first year
  • Set of corporate documents
  • Registered Office
  • AML monitoring
  • Certificate of Incumbency & Corporate Register issue
  • Signing and archiving of documents
  • Receipt of correspondence
  • Bank options proposal
  • Filling out bank forms
  • Certification of documents set
  • Communication with bank
Create account and start
  • Preparation of documents for transfer
  • Making appropriate changes with the Registrar
  • Communication with current Corporate Administrator
  • Registered Office
  • AML monitoring
  • Certificate of Incumbency & Corporate Register issue
  • Signing and archiving of documents
  • Receipt of correspondence
  • Bank options proposal
  • Filling out bank forms
  • Certification of documents set
  • Communication with bank
Create account and start
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Here’s what you need to do:

Create an account - 5 min
100% online, in the future you'll manage your company here
Click the service - 1 min
You choose: Company registration or transfer of administration?
Choose the subscription - 1 min
Add the relevant services and choose monthly or annual payments
Upload KYC documents - 15 min
We need your passport, utility bill and CV
Pay Invoice - 5 min
You can do it immediately in the account!
Provide us with information - 10 min
We need company’s name, activity, mailing address
Sign the documents - up to 1 working day
We prepare everything – you just sign them and send them back!
Wait for incorporation - up to 7 working days
Congratulations! Your company is officially up and running!
Get the originals - up to 4 working days
We'll send the documents to the mailing address

Why should you choose us

Experienced: We have worked with licensed local corporate administrators with over 15 years of experience
Helpful: We offer support services (bank account opening, bookkeeping, real substance)
International: We have partners around the globe (legal&tax issues, consulting, fund&trust management, residence permit obtaining)
Accommodating: We provide support in English, Chineese, Greek and Russian

Our Team

Artem Paleev
Product Owner
“I have been working in the corporate practice since 2006 and have a good understanding of client needs. With this project, we are demonstrating that we can be digital, flexible and user-friendly. What are we planning to do next? - Attract more professionals, add new countries and services to expand YouReg!”
Vlada Al-Nazhdavi
Product Manager
“YouReg is about eIDs, video calls, online payments and documents in e-format. We would like to show that company registration procedure is simple and you can start the business at no extra fees. We are working with Corporate Administrators who are ready to be digital and open minded.”
Questions
It takes up to 7 working days to register your company once the KYC procedure is done and original signed corporate documents are received.
First, make a free account. Then, the next steps are:
1. Complete the KYC – Know Your Client – procedure (documents of Director(s), Shareholder(s) and UBO(s) are requested).
2. A YouReg Service Provider prepares the company’s incorporation documents.
3. Your UBO(s) sign the documents and send the originals to YouReg.
4. A YouReg Service Provider submits the documents to the Company’s Registrar. Then, the company is registered within 7 working days.
It takes up to 10 minutes to submit the application and 4-5 working days to change the Secretary, Director and/or Nominee Shareholder, if applicable. The timeframe for transferring of company file in original to the new Corporate Administrator depends on the Corporate Administrator in charge.
First, make a free account. Then, the next steps are:
1. UBO signs the Instruction for Transfer of Administration.
2. Complete the KYC procedure (documents of Attorney(s), Director(s), Shareholder(s) and UBO(s) are requested).
3. A YouReg Service Provider prepares the resignation and appointment documents.
4. Finally, the company file containing original corporate documents, contracts, power of attorney(s), bank statements if any, is transferred to the new Corporate Administrator.
Any individual or legal entity. The company can be declared is a resident for tax purposes of that country where the Director is located permanently.
To register the company – no; to open account – there are many banks which open accounts distantly or have offices located in many jurisdictions.
Yes, the fee is €99/mo or €999/yr if the number of transactions does not exceed 20 (including bank commissions).
If it’s an individual: a valid passport, proof of address issued within the last 3 months, Curriculum Vitae.
If we’re talking a legal entity: corporate documents including Registers of Directors and Members, Certificates of Good Standing and Incumbency issued within the last 6 months.
Yes, if you cannot arrange a face-to-face meeting during KYC procedure (i.e. you are only available for a video conference). Also, some of corporate documents are required in their original to initiate the company registration procedure.
The company can be registered with a Greek name or in a language containing Latin letters. It is recommended to avoid using names which are very similar to existing and registered companies or names including specific words, or names of “general meaning”. Company name must have the word “LIMITED” or “LTD” at the end. The use of the words “Queen”, “World”, “Department”, “Corporation” or “Inc”, “Commission”, “Federation”, “Council”, “Authority”, “Bureau”, “Cooperative”, “Group”, “Government”, “Bank”, “Stock Exchange”, “Financial”, “International” are not approved. Otherwise, you can name the company as you wish.
Yes, if Director is a local individual or legal entity.
The Trust Deed will be signed between the Nominee Shareholder and the Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO),
It is the address where the company management actually takes place; so, the Director of the company is located here. Also, it can be the address of the office where the employees are working from.
Real substance means the existence of real office of the company in Cyprus. The company needs it if it needs to open a bank account in Cyprus. That’s the rule the banks enforce. Real substance arrangement service includes:
– office lease;
– agreeing contracts with utility service providers;
– procurement of the internet provider;
– furnishing the workspace (computer, phone, fax, desk, chair);
– procurement of the professional director and an insurance agent;
– registration of the director in compliance with social insurance requirements;
– company website design.
The documents are signed within an hour. If you need the originals, the documents will be sent to you same working day.
Yes, if you give the contact details of the current Corporate Administrator to the new one and introduce them to each other.
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Questions
It takes 5-6 working days to register your company once the KYC procedure is done and original signed corporate documents are received.
First, make a free account. Then, the next steps are:
1. Complete the KYC – Know Your Client – procedure (documents of Director(s), Shareholder(s) and UBO(s) are requested).
2. A YouReg Service Provider prepares the company’s incorporation documents.
3. Your UBO(s) sign the documents and send the originals to YouReg.
4. A YouReg Service Provider submits the documents to the Company’s Registrar. Then, the company is registered within 3-4 working days.
It takes up to 10 minutes to submit the application and 4-5 working days to change the Secretary, Director and/or Nominee Shareholder, if applicable. The timeframe for transferring of company file in original to the new Corporate Administrator depends on the Corporate Administrator in charge.
First, make a free account. Then, the next steps are:
1. UBO signs the Instruction for Transfer of Administration.
2. Complete the KYC procedure (documents of Attorney(s), Director(s), Shareholder(s) and UBO(s) are requested).
3. A YouReg Service Provider prepares the resignation and appointment documents.
4. Finally, the company file containing original corporate documents, contracts, power of attorney(s), bank statements if any, is transferred to the new Corporate Administrator.
Any individual or legal entity. However, at least one individual must be appointed as a Director of Hong Kong company. The company can be declared is a resident for tax purposes of that country where the Director is located permanently.
To register the company – no; to open account – yes, if you would like to open account with Hong Kong bank.
Yes, the fee is €99/mo or €999/yr if the number of transactions does not exceed 20 (including bank commissions).
If it’s an individual: a valid passport, proof of address issued within the last 3 months, Curriculum Vitae.
If we’re talking a legal entity: corporate documents including Registers of Directors and Members, Certificates of Good Standing and Incumbency issued within the last 6 months.
Yes, if you cannot arrange a face-to-face meeting during KYC procedure (i.e. you are only available for a video conference). Also, some of corporate documents are required in their original to initiate the company registration procedure.
The company may be registered with an English name, a Chinese name or an English name and a Chinese name. A combination of English words/letters and Chinese characters is not allowed. It is recommended to avoid using names which are very similar to registered companies. Company name must end with LIMITED. The use of the words “Department”, “Commission”, “Federation”, “Council”, “Authority”, “Bureau”, “Cooperative”, “Government”, “Bank”, “Stock Exchange”, “Unified Exchange”, “CPA” are not approved. The expressions “Chamber of Commerce”, “Trust/Trustee”, “Savings”, “Tourist association” require prior approval. Otherwise, you can name the company as you wish.
Yes, if there is more than one Director in a company; the sole Director cannot act as a company Secretary. At least one individual must be appointed as a Director of Hong Kong company.
The Trust Deed will be signed between the Nominee Shareholder and the Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO).
It is the address where the company management actually takes place; so, the Director of the company is located here. Also, it can be the address of the office where the employees are working from.
The documents are signed within an hour. If you need the originals, the documents will be sent to you same working day.
In the Business Registration Certificate (BRC). These are first 8 symbols of Certificate number before the dash.
If the company generates profit in Hong Kong, it will become an onshore company and be taxed with income tax (16,5%). Transit trade can also be interpreted by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) as operating on Hong Kong territory.
In Hong Kong there is an Annual State fee which varies every year depending on the Hong Kong’s Financial Report. When it is paid, the company receives the Business Registration Certificate (BRC) issued by Inland Revenue Department (IRD).
Yes, it can but the company should conduct its activities in Hong Kong and must have real substance and employees there. Therefore, only an onshore company can open the account in Hong Kong banks.
Yes, if you give the contact details of the current Corporate Administrator to the new one and introduce them to each other.
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