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Global Presence - Daxin Global Independent member firm of Daxin Global APEX CPA is an independent member of Daxin Global, an international accounting network comprising almost 4,000 professionals providing audit, accounting, tax and consulting services across the world. Our network and international footprint allows us to provide services to our clients both locally and internationally with relevant and appropriate advise. Additionally, a strong consultative and collaborative network allows us to draw on best practices and experiences drawn from a wide variety of engagements observed across the network and apply them to our individual engagements, ensuring the best value for our clients.
AAPEX CPA is a leading international audit, tax and advisory firm in Egypt , we work as one integrated team, leveraging expertise, scale and cultural understanding to deliver exceptional and tailored services in audit and accounting, as well as tax, financial advisory, consulting and legal services.
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APEX CPA is a leading market entry consulting firm, providing one-stop services to assist our clients from start-up to multinational entities, to expanding and operating in Egypt and further to MENA. APEX CPA provides professional services to SMEs as well as multinationals entities. We established APEX CPA newly after the merger of several consulting offices because we felt the need to empower foreign companies in understanding Egypt, its opportunities and regulations to become a part of the amazing growth story of Egypt. Nowadays, APEX CPA provides full-range of market-entry and corporate secretarial services include Business Set Up, Business Process Outsourcing, and Local Representation. Our dynamic team with more than 15 employees based on 3 Towns (New Administrative Capital, Cairo, Alexandria) to understand the local market and utilize our extensive network to support our client’s business and operation in Egypt. Finding a reliable partner in Egypt is the key step and you are lucky you found us!
APEX CPA provides complex services related to market entry - Tax Services - Auditing - Accounting, Bookkeeping and Preparing Financial Statements - HR, Foreign Work Permits, Pay Roll Services and Labor Recruitment - Establishing and managing all forms of Corporations (Joint Stock | LLC | Foreign Branches | etc.) - Preparing Board of Directors Meeting and General Assembly Meetings for Joint Stock Companies - Dealing with Government Authorities such as the Ministry of Investment and Capital Market Authority - Legal Services - Feasibility Studies - Zakat Services - Establishing Financial and Accounting Systems - Training Courses
APEX CPA providing one-stop services to assist our clients from start-up to expanding and operating in Egypt and further to MENA. APEX CPA help investors, whether local or foreign, in all steps, starting from what is the best legal form suitable for their activities, through consultations and establishment procedures, and the beginning of the company's actual work! Let us advise you on what tax benefits you are eligible for, what are the grants that are made available for your type of business, what are the employments and training grants available to you. Down to the basics of what form of company should you register for and should you register for VAT. We don’t just prepare the accounts for you, or just perform the annual filing for you; we want to be part of your business. To advise and for you to consult. We are a team of qualified accountants backed by many years of experience to assist and support you. Allow us to inspire you to aspire where you want to drive you company to. Contact us today to find out how we are able to help your company grow.
Because we Easy, simple and fast We make things as easy as possible for our clients. We take care of the little things while you focus on what matters most, running your business. You don’t have to remember when to file and what to follow up with, we’ll take care of them. Continuous Support Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to get the support you and your business needs. Simply get in touch with us and we’ll resolve you anxieties. See us as your support functions – Finance, HR, IT, Admin – we’re always close by. We’re Transparent We’re open with our fees. No hidden costs, no surprises. Our fee structure is detailed for every job. So you know exactly what to expect. Professionals We are housed by a team of qualified professionals to advise and guide you through your business journey. Be it a new start up or moving onto the next phase for expansion, feel comfortable to ask away the many questions that you may have.
The Egyptian Economy's resilience is capable of overcoming its economic challenges as it did in the 2008 financial crisis, and long-term investors will see many opportunities. Egypt has started its transformation to a stable, democratic and modern economy, where the dividends of growth and prosperity will be shared by all who participated in its achievement. The Egyptian economy's ability to post positive real economic growth rates amid the global economic downturn as well as during the political unrest that prevailed in 2011-2013 indicates how resilient economic activity in Egypt. At About 28 million, Egypt’s labor pool is the largest in the region. For decades, Egypt has had a reputation as a net regional exporter of educated, skilled labor. However, as domestic demand for skilled labor rises, and the increase of youth searching for job opportunities. a national industrial training program is provided for labors through world-class universities . Egypt has emerged as a consumer market of significant importance in the region, as witnessed by the arrival of dozens of global brands and the sharp expansion of retail sales in the past two years. This is partly due to the sheer size of Egypt’s population that put it as the most populated country in Africa and the Middle East Egypt boasts a world class infrastructure base. Three independent mobile (cellular) phone networks cover nearly 100% of the country's inhabited land. Wire line broadband is readily available in urban centers. The country's 15 commercial ports serve the nation's exporters and importers alike, while an expanding, upgrading airport network caters to both passengers and cargo traffic, Egypt's Air Cargo Airport, currently has three cargo terminals, dealing with textiles, vegetables and many industrial products. Also the country has a well-established network of railways and roads. The road network has reached 108,784 KM, Railway network 9,570 KM and 20 Airports. Egypt also provides competitively prices and reliable supplies of power, water and gas. Egypt possesses abundance in natural resources that can easily meet the needs of agricultural, industrial and mining activities. Corporate taxes top out at only 22.5% in Egypt. The nation's newly overhauled tax code is easy to navigate, and the country has moved to random-sample auditing. The nation's largest corporate taxpayers are served by a special, highly trained unit at the Tax Authority. Egypt has access to large key markets through various multilateral and bilateral trade agreements with the USA, European, Middle Eastern and African countries; which secures benefits to Egyptian-based producers supplying these markets. Key global markets in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Indian Subcontinent are all readily accessible from Egypt. Closer to the European and North American markets than other major exporters including India, China and the Philippines, Egypt is also located on key international logistics routes. Egypt enjoys the existence of the Suez Canal, which is considered to be the shortest link between the east and the west due to its unique geographic location. Approximately 8% of the world's maritime shipping passes through the Suez Canal each year. Vessels transiting through the canal from east to west or from west to east make significant savings in distance, time and operating costs. Moreover, the maritime transport is the cheapest means of transport, with more than 80% of world trade volume transported via waterways (seaborne trade).
Here are six reasons why you should consider investing at new administrative capital 1- Appreciation: Unlike Cairo, where appreciation is expected to decline, the New Administrative Capital’s prices are expected to be on an upward trajectory. As the CEO of the New Administrative Capital for Urban Development Company Ayman Ismail said at the Euro money Conference last September, housing prices in Cairo will decline significantly in the coming years due to the rise of supply in the market after the planned 350,000 housing units are completed. Prices in the New Capital, however, are only expected to go up from here. so we can easily tell you that the New Administrative Capital poses the best real estate opportunity in terms of future location, as well as appreciation,” which brings us to our next point: Location. 2-Location, Location, Location: It falls strategically close to Cairo, Sokhna and Ras Suder, and it will the hub of everything governmental. Mohamed explains that residents of the New Capital will be better connected to services and administrative facilities once ministries, and government and civil administrative services move. 3- Infrastructure and Quality: it is a smart city, with state-of-the-art top-notch infrastructure, facilities and services to ensure the city is well maintained on the long runs and avoid deterioration, "Some of the areas that are being privately-built around Cairo may be using cheaper material or things that are not as good as the ones that the government ensures that developers use in the New Administrative Capital, therefore, investing there would not only mean your mind being at peace because you know that the quality is great, it also means that you would be getting more for your money because you are getting a higher quality for a lower price or, at the very least, a similar price.” 4- A Green City: Another benefit of investing in the New Administrative Capital is the green lifestyle that comes with it. In a televised interview, Ismail explained that the New Administrative Capital is set to be a sustainable and smart city, with a green lifestyle. “The capital will also be home to the world’s largest theme park, three times as big as the New York Park,” let's, explains. “It [the New Administrative Capital] has facilities that, if kept in good condition—as I expect they will be—would ensure higher appreciation and a vibrant living scene.” 5- It’s government-supported: Government endorsement of the project adds value and increases the project’s worth, urging investors to invest in multiple opportunities in the New Capital, or what he calls: “The Project of the future.” 6- It’s in-demand and booming: “There is a growing demand for the New Administrative Capital that will continue to rise in 2020,” “The growing demand for the New Administrative Capital makes it a safe haven for investors, and ensures that their money will not be in danger.” Developed by the New Administrative Capital for Urban Development after the launch of the idea in 2015, the new capital, which is spread over 1,133 feddans, is the government’s solution to accommodating Egypt’s ever-growing population and expanding urban areas.“Cairo is facing a challenge with government institutions and offices being centred in downtown, and the plan here is to relocate these offices to the project in the ‘government district’ while also serving an economic purpose of acquiring revenues worth $10 billion by 2030, and being in proximity to Cairo and the Suez Canal Zone.” The new capital is set to see the headquarters of all banks in Egypt, as well as the buildings of the ministries, parliament and administrative affairs. The government district will be finalized this year and state institutions will relocate in 2020, . The headquarters of the Egyptian presidency will also be moved to the new capital by June 2020, Comprising a total of 20 residential neighborhoods worth $15 billion, the project’s first phase is estimated at $8 billion and spans over 12,500 feddans, featuring 25, 000 residential units (eight of the 20 residential unit) and infrastructure projects, The residential areas in the project will include an array of accommodation units, including apartments, villas, town houses, offices spaces and commercial areas. The project will also be equipped with an international airport and facilities that include educations and healthcare facilities, accommodation and hotel, entertainment and transportation. The project will also be home to 20 towers, one of which will be the tallest tower in Africa with a record height of 345 meters.