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The share capital in Switzerland

share capital in Switzerland

A public limited company (AG) or Aktiengesellschaft, and limited liability companies (GmbH) are the more popular options for business owners and entrepreneurs to establish a business in Switzerland. Both of these options are subject to minimum share capital deposits to begin operating and registration and also feature different advantages and benefits. Establishing a company in Switzerland requires a minimum capital […]

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Drafting and Vetting Documents in Switzerland

drafting and vetting documents in Switzerland

Company documents in Switzerland In order for a company to be successfully incorporated in Switzerland, there is a drafting and vetting process which is required, to ensure documents and business information is prepared. An example of documents which are required to ensure successful incorporation in Switzerland includes the Articles of Association. You can speak to our consultants about the most […]

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Changing Your Business Structure in Switzerland

Changing your business structure in Switzerland

Entrepreneurs and investors who own or manage companies in Switzerland are able to restructure the legal framework of the business if there are circumstances requiring it to be changed. As it is not a common practice, most businesses legal frameworks remain unchanged since establishment. Situations, when it is advocated to change the business framework or structure, is when the company […]

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Swiss Company Laws

Swiss Company Laws

Business development is governed and regulated by the Company Act in Switzerland. The formation of a company in Switzerland falls under the Civil Code, specifically the Swiss Code of Obligations. Similar to the Polish Company Act which regulates the development of companies in Polish regions, the Swiss legislation is built similarly to the French Napoleonic Code. Each canton in Switzerland […]

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