Do you already have your business abroad and would like to expand it to the European market? Open a representative office of your company in Slovenia, EU and offer your services or products in a stable European climate.
Representative office of your company in Slovenia, EU – what is a representative office?
A representative office is not a separate legal entity. It is a part of the parent company, which is located on another location or also in another country. It is usually used to advertise and market services or products of the parent company. Registering such an office can help you to do business in Europe.
When registering a representative office in another country, bear in mind that you can only register business activities that the parent company has registered. So, a this office is actually a branch of the parent company used to promote services or products abroad.
As it is not a legal entity, it also does not require founding capital for company registration. Only a notary can register this type of company.
Representative office of your company in Slovenia, EU – what documents do you need?
In order to register a representative office in Slovenia, you have to provide certain documents from the parent company.
The documents which you have to present at the notary are:
- Act of establishment of the parent company
- Financial report for the previous business year from the parent company
- Extract from the business registry for the parent company, which is not older than 3 months.
You need to properly attest all those documents and translate them to Slovenian language. Based on those documents you firstly obtain the Slovenian tax number for the parent company. Also, all representatives of the parent company as well as the company in establishing need to obtain a Slovenian tax number.
You would also need to prepare a decree of establishing the representative office as well as a statement from the director agreeing to be director in the new company. Your representative office would also need a business address in Slovenia, so you need to provide the statement as well.
Based on all those documents, the notary can submit the application for company registration to court. The branch is then established in around 15 days. Once the company is visible in the business registry, the representative can come to Slovenia to open a bank account. Afterwards you can proceed to doing your business in Slovenia.
Establish a representative office in Slovenia, EU with the assistance of Data!
If you decided to expand your business to Slovenia, Data would be happy to help you establish a representative office here.
We can help you to obtain the Slovenian tax numbers for natural persons as well as legal entities.
Also, we can register the representative office at the notary on your behalf based on power of attorney.
Our legal department can explain to you how this company type can do business in Slovenia.
We also provide accountancy services and tax consultation for your newly established company.
Should your company need a business address, we provide services of virtual office.
For more information establishing a company 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.