A joint stock company or corporation
(German abbreviation AG, French abbreviation SA) is the most widespread type of company in Switzerland. Foreign
companies often choose this legal form for their Swiss subsidiary.
100,000 Swiss francs of registered capital, of which 50,000 francs must be deposited at the moment of incorporation,
In order to create a joint stock company, only one shareholder / founder required, who can be individual or company,
of Swiss nationality or not, and residing in Switzerland or not.
In other words, for shareholders / founders, nationality and residence is not an issue.
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
A limited liability company (German
abbreviation GmbH, French abbreviation Sarl) is a legal entity, in which one or more persons or companies come together in a new company.
The company's liability is limited to the amount of the registered capital that must be at least 20,000 Swiss francs.
Due to the revision of the corporation law, the process of establishing a limited liability company is less
expensive and less complicated than establishing a corporation. The GmbH is increasingly preferred over the AG by
small and medium-sized companies.
GmbH company – CHF 2,500
AG company – CHF 2,900
We provide personalized assistance in obtaining
authorizations you need to incorporate your company in canton Zug with its unique tax advantages, as well as in
other, most popular cantons of Switzerland – Zurich, Basel, Luzern, Geneva, Vaud (Lausanne), Ticino (Lugano), etc.
The more clearly and concretely the business strategy is defined at the initial stage, the faster it is possible
to move from planning to implementation of your project. Once we've checked that your desired company name is free,
and the capital has been deposited, a company can be registered in one-two weeks.
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