ESP Electus Services Ltd (Electus) is a Certified Chartered Accountants and Registered Auditors firm, regulated by ICPAC, offering a range of financial and business advisory services. Over the past 20 years Electus’ Directors acquired substantial knowledge and experience in the provision of external audit services, tax, accounting and regulatory compliance having worked in a range of clients on a global geographical scale.
Electus is a fast-growing audit firm that provides a full range of professional services to international and local clients operating in a wide range of industries. Our qualified team of professionals are ready to assist our clients with complex accounting, reporting and tax issues and add value to each of our client’s important business processes.
The Directors of the firm have held management positions in Big Four firms and have extensive experience in the audit of companies in various industries and entities operating in regulated industries such as financial institutions, funds, forex companies (CIFs) and local/foreign retail clients.
The firm’s Directors are members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), and of the Association of Chartered Accountants Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Cyprus (ICPAC).
BUSINESS IN CYPRUS
Cyprus, as a member of the European Union, boasts of being the third largest island in the Mediterranean and the premier hub for international business opportunities. It offers the top venue for the incorporation and establishment of businesses across Europe.
Unlike other international financial centers, Cyprus features an impressive list of double tax treaties which is essential to tax planning and the establishment of business. In addition, Cyprus offers notable foundations for businesses looking to set up on the ground presence there. Cyprus was a British colony until 1960, when the island became an independent republic. Until independence the legal system was based on the English legal system, following the accession of The Republic of Cyprus to the European Union in 2004 and the Constitution being amended so that European law has supremacy over the Constitution and national legislation.