Have you been considering opening a company in Europe, but have not decided on a destination yet? Consider Slovenia as one of your options. A non-EU citizen can establish a private company limited by shares (LTD) in Slovenia. The process is fast and simple, which we will be explaining below.
Private company limited by shares (LTD) in Slovenia, EU – choosing the destination
When considering opening a new company abroad, the main factors to consider are: geographic position, economic status of the country, the right target market and possibility of expansion.
Slovenia can offer all at once. Establishing a private company limited by shares gives you the possibility to have a company in an economically stable country. The gross domestic product (GDP) in Slovenia is growing every year. The country’s currency is EURO which makes trade with other EU countries easier.
Slovenia is located in the heart of central Europe. It is next to other strong European countries like Italy, Austria, Croatia and Hungary, so there is possibility of expanding your business to other key-role players of Europe.
It has access to international waters by the port in Koper. Slovenia also has good airway and highway connection so transportation is made easier that way.
Slovenian market is mostly fluent in English, especially in bigger towns, so being a non-Slovenian would not make business conduct any harder as most of the population speak English as well.
It has a low corporate income tax (19%) and is considered one of the safest countries to work and live.
Private company limited by shares (LTD) in Slovenia, EU – process of company establishment
If you plan on establishing a private company limited by shares in Slovenia, you would need founding capital 7.500€. You have to deposit those funds in a corporate bank account and after company registration, you can use them for business expenses.
In addition, all shareholders need to present Slovenian tax numbers, their valid passport and a business address in Slovenia. When they have them, all of them have to come to Slovenia for company establishment. They would have to spend around 2 weeks in Slovenia to finalize company registration. Based on the mentioned documents, they would receive an act of establishment with which they would go to the bank and open a temporary bank account. They deposit the 7.500€ to that bank account and the company is opened in 3-5 business days. Then they have to go back to the bank to open a permanent bank account. That would conclude company registration of a private company limited by shares. Now you can proceed with doing your business in Slovenia.
Establish a private company limited by shares in Slovenia with the support of Data!
If you have decided to open a private company limited by shares (LTD) in Slovenia, Data can help you in the whole process. You can authorize us to obtain the Slovenian tax numbers for all shareholders and representatives. You can also come to our VEM/SPOT point and make the company registration free-of-charge.
We provide services of accountancy and tax consultation so your business conduct will be in good hands.
Our legal department can help you to explain the Slovenian legislation and also draft contracts for your company.
Should your company need a business address, we can provide services of virtual office.
For more information opening a private company limited by shares (LTD) in Slovenia, you can write to our email email@example.com. You can also contact us over the phone 00386 1 6006 270 or 00386 40 530 718 (Viber, WhatsApp). You can also follow us on Facebook.