About ABAX in the United Arab Emirates
ABAX started its operations in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) in 2010, with an office in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah and one existing ABAX employee being relocated there. The main objectives were to develop the business in the region and provide support to existing clients wanting to expand their business in this part of the world. From a small presence, we have now developed into a full-fledged office in the Emirate of Dubai, with a workforce of 16 permanent staff and offering a diverse range of services.
ABAX operates in the UAE as a free zone company duly licensed by the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (“DMCC”) and located in a prime business location, the Jumeirah Lake Towers, close to the DMCC Authority. Our aim is to be the ‘corporate butler’ of our clients by providing a one-stop shop to those wishing to establish and expand their business in the UAE.
Our services range from corporate structuring advice to company formation and secretarial services. We have also developed specialist expertise for a host of support services, including visa services and administration services in connection with running a UAE-based business. We pride ourselves on offering customised solutions that match each client’s specific needs.
About the United Arab Emirates
The UAE offers a compelling number of benefits for cross-border investment and trade, including:
- Relatively fast and easy company set up: UAE has about 40 free zones; each allowing fast company set up with 100% foreign ownership and governed by special tax, customs and import laws;
- Ease of doing business: According to the Ease of Doing Business Report 2017, the UAE is ranked 26th in the world for ease of doing business. The UAE offers a well regulated and secure environment, with a wide range of authorized commercial activities. UAE is a “white listed” jurisdiction with OECD and FATF; …
Legal business structures in the United Arab Emirates
There are three types of legal business structures for companies based in Dubai. The rules and regulations for each of these structures vary accordingly. They are:
Residence Visas in the United Arab Emirates
Whether you looking to work, to open or grow your business, to buy property, or bring your family with you to the UAE, this guide will help you understand the different requirements for obtaining a residence visa in the UAE, depending on your objectives.
Penthouse 1, Level 5 & 6, Gate Village 6,
Dubai International Financial Centre,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates