The Swiss market is attracting an increasing number of foreigners who want to establish a business and take advantage of the welcoming business environment.
You can set up a company without being a resident, but certain requirements must be met. The registration of a company in Switzerland follows a general rule, but there may be differences depending on the state and the type of company formation.
For this reason, it is recommended to work with professional incorporation specialists, if you are planning to start the process of company formation in Switzerland. Swiss Support simplifies the process of setting up a Swiss business and starting your company.
Switzerland is one of the most attractive places in Europe to set up a business. It benefits from stable economic conditions and one of the most developed financial systems worldwide.
Known for its low taxes, Switzerland has positioned itself as an essential center formodern business, start-ups and rewarding company formations in several areas.
The country offers many opportunities for businesses, companies and corporations. Registering a company in Switzerland is therefore a wise idea, especially for small and medium-sized companies from abroad looking to expand their business.
Swiss Support is ready to assist foreign clients in all matters related to the steps of starting (and running) a business in Switzerland, regardless of the area (canton) chosen for incorporation. Our service provides support and legal representation during the company formation process. We also assist founders in all necessary matters that need to be performed once the business starts operating, such as audit, tax advice and tax compliance, corporate administration and more.
The procedure of company formation in Switzerland comprises several steps to comply with the various legal and administrative requirements, including
Choosing an appropriate type of company for your business
Choosing a unique company's trading name
Setting up a registered office in Switzerland
Prearranging shareholder's documents
Opening of a capital account with a Swiss bank
Depending on the type of company: depositing the share capital and obtaining the share capital certificate from the Swiss bank
Applying for the registration of the business with all documents being signed by a notary and sent to the Company register.
Receiving the registration certificate
Converting the capital bank account into a business bank account
Registering for taxation
Finding a Swiss accountant
Most of the steps regarding a company formation in Switzerland require the assistance of a public notary who is registered in Switzerland. Professional advice and guidance is recommended, before starting a business.
Non-Swiss citizens can set up different business forms, each with different advantages and disadvantages. The requirements vary, but all types of company formation in Switzerland require a work permit or a partnership with a Swiss resident.
With the assistance of Swiss Support, your company formation in Switzerland will be completed in a fast, accurate and secure manner. Our experienced team of lawyers and business consultants is looking forward to assisting you with your company formation in Switzerland. Moreover, we are specialized to accompany you with the subsequent tasks such as legal services, tax advice, accounting, administration, strategic consulting, market research and highly effective online marketing.
Let us contact you to discuss your questions and provide you a tailored quote.