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Creation of Swiss Companies

We found Swiss AGs (PLCs) or GmbHs (Ltds) for you, regardless in which canton of Switzerland your company is to be based.

In preparation for the formation of a company, several clarifications are to be made, such as the name of the company,
the scope of business, how the stock is to be split or how the equity shares are to be distributed.

With our experience and our extensive knowhow, we stand by you through all of this and everything else that the formation
of a company involves. 

The company Formation Process

You know what the name of your company is to be, the scope of business has been decided upon, the stock split or equity shares have been established, the company has a business address, so you can get started….

1. Founders

To form a company, at least one founder is needed, this may be an individual or a legal entity.

2. Shares or equity

The shares or equity of the company to be formed, are to be paid into a blocked account at a Swiss bank. In the case of a public limited company with a minimum capital amounting to CHF 100,000, at least CHF 50,000 is to be deposited. In the case of a private limited company, at least CHF 20,000 is to be deposited.

Once the company has been registered on the Commercial Register, the entire amount of capital will once more be made available to the company.

3. Notarisation

Upon official notarisation, the act of founding the company is completed. In this official certificate, the founder declares that he or she founds a public limited company or a private limited company, establishes the Articles of Association and appoints the executives of the company.

4. Entry in the register

With the notarised Articles of Association, the company is registered at the commercial registry office in the area where the future company is to be based. Registration of the company will be carried out within 5 to 10 days depending on the canton.

Buying a Swiss Company Shell

You want to get a Swiss company going quickly and inexpensively?

With a shell company of a Swiss public company, you are both trust- and credit-worthy for business partners, suppliers and customers. 

All our companies are certified.

They are free of past liabilities and within a very short time, be adapted to your needs.




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