Auditors in SAIF Zone
The Sharjah International Free Zone Authority (SAIF) is a business and investment destination with state-of-the-art, high-yield infrastructure located near Sharjah International Airport. The Free Zone offers its investors complete ownership and allows them to operate from single office space to the entire manufacturing facility. The SAIF Zone values convenience, connection, and community and is an ideal business hub for companies to thrive.
SAIF Zone facilitates quick and straightforward business registration procedures and cost-effective business solutions, making it a haven for businesses of all sizes and specialities. It is home to thousands of companies and offers a variety of facilities to meet all types of commercial requirements. Its strategic location brings additional benefits on logistics to investors and business managers.
Phone:- +971 4 327 7775
Mobile:- +971 50 749 0576
WhatsApp:- +971 56 219 1607
SAIF Zone authorities maintain high international compliance standards to keep transparency on its business with the investors, like AML /CFT regulations, UBO and ESR.
The companies in the SAIF Zone must get their accounts audited and submit the auditor’s report and financial statements to the free zone authority within 180 days from the end of the financial year or the other dates stipulated by the Free Zone Authority.
HLB HAMT is a registered and approved auditor in SAIF ZONE and has an office in SAIF Zone to support its clients to comply and assist with various regulations and their business decisions. Our team has helped the companies in SAIF ZONE for over a decade with its experience in diverse Industries and, thorough knowledge in IFRS and in local and international compliances.
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