Are you ready to open a company in Slovenia, but you are not sure what is the founding capital for company registration? Founding capital for company registration in Slovenia is one of the conditions for the registration of a ltd company in Slovenia. Have you been also wondering what is the required documentation for company registration? Do not worry. That’s why we are here. We can help you to set up a company in Slovenia!
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Founding capital – Minimum amount for registration of a ltd company
The minimum amount of founding capital for the opening of a ltd company in Slovenia is € 7,500. In case the company has several founders, the amount can be divided between them. You can put the share capital in cash or by transfer from your personal bank account. Do you need more information on how to do it? Our consultants in Data will offer you full support. You can also contact our legal and tax consultans.
But if you have already experience in doing business and have an existing company abroad, you have two additional possibilities to start your business to Slovenia. Do you have more questions about business in Slovenia? Contact DATA for support! You can call 00386 40 530 718 (Viber/WhatsApp). Our experts will be more than glad to offer you an assistance.
You can establish a subsidiary. This is also an ltd company, which as well requires 7.500€ founding capital. But in this case the shareholder of the company is your foreign company. If you already have your comapny, there is also the possibility to expand your business by opening a branch office.
Branch office – registration without the founding capital
The branch office does not require founding capital and you have to register it at the notary. You will also have to provide the financial report for the previous year, act of establishment and extract from the business registry. In addition, you will have to translate these documents to Slovene language. Once you have submitted the documents to the notary, the company is registered within 14 days. A branch office is not required to have a bank account in Slovenia, it can use the parent company’s bank account.
As soon as you have registered one of the companies, you can proceed to do business in Slovenia.
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Contact DATA for support! Why us? Because we have more than 30 years of expertise in company registration and business. Are you planning to expand a business in Europe? Choose Slovenia! Our experts will be happy to help you. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We advice you to also visit our Facebook and Instagram. You can also sign up for free webinars on business in Slovenia.