Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Documentele necesare pentru deschiderea unei firme in Romania

Oamenii de afaceri care doresc sa-si deschida o firma trebuie sa depuna mai multe
acte la Registrul Comertului si sa urmeze mai multi pasi in vederea constituirii
tipului dorit de companie. Cei care doresc sa inceapa activitatea cat mai repede si
sa nu aiba multe batai de cap pot apela la avocatii nostri care ii vor ajuta cu
infiintarea oricarui tip de firma in cel mai scurt timp.

Principalele documente necesare inregistrarii unei societati sunt urmatoarele:

●rezervarea de denumire a firmei;
●actul constitutiv al societatii care va fi autentificat de un avocat;
●cazierul fiscal al fiecaruia dintre asociati si/sau administratori;
●contractul de sediu social, de inchiriere sau subinchiriere, asociere in
participatiune, leasing imobiliar, contract de comodat, de uz, uzufruct;
●acordul asociatiei de proprietari, daca sediul va fi intr-un bloc;
●acordul vecinilor (cei situati pe verticala si orizontala cu spatiul
dumneavoastra), in cazul unui imobil cu mai multi proprietari;
●copii de pe cartile de identitate sau pasapoartele asociatilor si/sau
●specimen/e de semnatura al/ale administratorului/administratorilor firmei;
●declaratii pe propria raspundere a asociatului/asociatilor sau
administratorului/administratorilor ca pot indeplini calitatea respectiva -
obligatoriu autentificate;
●imputernicire avocatiala;
●dovada depunerii capitalului social (este necesara recipisa sau un extras de
cont din ziua respectiva) la o banca aleasa de asociatii firmei.

Daca aveti probleme cu obtinerea actelor necesare pentru infiintarea firmei, va
puteti adresa echipei noastre de avocati care va acorda consultata juridica si va
ajuta la obtinerea tuturor documentelor necesare pentru Registrul Comertului.


Wednesday, April 25, 2018

The benefits of opening a company in the Netherlands

Foreign investors are attracted to open different types of companies in the Netherlands due to the facilities offered by Dutch authorities and the favorable legal framework. Some of the most preferred types of companies to be incorporated in this country are holding companies and BVs, also known as limited liability companies.

The main advantages for incorporating a Dutch holding as a limited liability company are: low taxes, low costs with the incorporation process and low maintenance costs. The holdings can deduct certain expenses and losses and they benefit from low or zero taxes for profit repatriation. They are not subject to foreign currency exchange regulations and they benefit from the large network of double tax treaties signed by the Netherlands with other countries. Some of the main benefits resulted from the double tax treaties are: no capital gains tax and withholding tax on dividends, no issues related to the double residency and permanent establishment matters, reduced taxes on interest and royalties incomes. There is no legal requirement for holding companies to hire employees. They benefit from a simple incorporation procedure, with no minimum share capital, no audit required for contributions in kind or acquisition of assets etc.

The legal framework for holding companies in the Netherlands is one of the most attractive in Europe.

Foreign investors are also interested in opening limited liability companies in the Netherlands, known as BVs, as the incorporation procedure was simplified and the costs are reduced. There is no need for a minimum share capital, at least one shareholder is required and he/she can also be a manager of the company. The BV can be formed by a lawyer or company formation agent and the investor doesn’t have to be present in person in front of the Dutch authorities. He/she will benefit from low taxation, a prosperous local market and a developed transportation network.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

How to open a company in a foreign country

Entrepreneurs from all over the world search for new ways of extending their businesses on the foreign markets where they can benefit from low taxation and new opportunities. They have the possibility to open a branch/subsidiary of their company or to open a new entity, according to the local regulations. Sometimes the foreign investors don’t know how to start the preparations for setting up a company in another country and they need local guidance. In this case, they should contact a local company formation specialist or lawyer who is specialized in company formation matters.
Opening of a company or subsidiary/branch can take from a few days in most of the Western European countries, such as Ireland, to a few months in states that are not well developed. The incorporation procedures can be very simple or complicated according to the bureaucratic process in every country. If you don’t want to travel to another country and spend there a few weeks/months trying to incorporate the company by yourself, it is recommended to contact a local lawyer or company formation specialist. He/she will be in charge with the incorporation procedures and will represent you in front of the local authorities. You need to give him/her a power of attorney and he/she will deal with the whole process in exchange for a certain fee. At the end of this procedure, you will receive the documents you need for starting your economic activity, including the special permits or licenses related to your business.
You can find a lot of companies that offer company formation services, such as and, if you search on the Internet and you may choose the one that suits your business objectives and budget.

How to Relocate a Business Abroad

Relocating your business may mean better growth, access to more promising markets and a potential larger business success. Investors need to find out how to relocate a business abroad depending on the particular jurisdiction they target, but also by considering a set of general issues such as the type of company, the business climate and the taxation regime in the new jurisdiction.

Consider the business structure

When deciding to relocate an existing company it is important to explore the types of business structures that exist in the jurisdiction of choice. While there are international equivalents for most of the business forms, like the private limited liability company, investors are advised to get to know the exact characteristics of the business form which is the equivalent of the type of company they wish to relocate. The transition will be simpler from a private limited liability company to its equivalent than to a public limited company for example.

Ireland can be a suitable option if you want to relocate your business to Europe. The country has a simple company formation process, an educated workforce and a low corporate income tax rate.

The experts at can give you complete information about the types of companies available to foreign investors and the conditions to relocate an existing business in Dublin or another city of your choice.

Tax changes in the new jurisdiction

Investors who choose to relocate their business in Asia have a number of options as far as suitable jurisdictions are concerned. Malaysia is a country that encourages company formation through a series of incentives for businesses. Opening a company in Malaysia is subject to a few steps and registration with the Companies Commission.

Company relocation to Malaysia or another country will include a change in the taxation regime. The corporate income tax rate is usually an important factor when deciding to relocate a company. Ultimately, investors will choose a jurisdiction that offers them advantages over multiple plans, not only taxation.

The tax experts at can give you more information should you choose to relocate your company to Asia.

Regardless of the jurisdiction you choose, it is always recommended to explore your available option and the local conditions for doing business before committing to relocating your company in another country.