Fiscal Representative in Switzerland

Fiscal Representative in Switzerland

Foreign companies carrying out VAT-taxable supplies in Switzerland must respect specific requirements. One of them is appointing a Swiss fiscal representative. Also known as a tax agent, the person will be in charge of the relationship of the foreign entity with the local tax authorities. Below, our Swiss company formation…
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Online incorporation

We invite you to complete the form with the required information in order to start the online incorporation of your company in Switzerland. Our company formation specialists will contact you with details about the further steps for company registration.
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Accountant Switzerland

Accountant Switzerland

Our accounting services in Switzerland are meant to efficiently control the business expenses for our clients and also save their time and efforts. Our accountants in Switzerland are at the service of all those who need accounting services, such as: audit, bookkeeping and payroll services.  The Swiss taxation system is a three-tier one which is why…
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EORI Registration in Switzerland

Since Switzerland is not a member state of the European Union (EU), the EU laws do not apply on the Swiss territory. However, in order to ensure good trading relations among the two entities, the Swiss authorities have created a legal framework which is compatible with the EU regulations.  Businesses incorporated in this country do not have…
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Open a Trust in Switzerland

Open a Trust in Switzerland

The concept of administering various financial assets through a trust was not available under the Swiss legislation up until recently. The country did not have a basic rule of law that defined the idea of a trust, as the country’s national legislation does not follow the Anglo-Saxon legal framework, which has a long tradition in regulating…
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Open a Foundation in Switzerland

Open a Foundation in Switzerland

The foundation is a legal concept that has been present on the Swiss market since the 14th century (taking the form of a charitable organization); however, the modern concept of a Swiss foundation is prescribed under the Civil Code of Switzerland. The Swiss foundation is generally used for a defined goal, which can be related to philanthropy or for a specific social goal. …
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Start a Transporting and Storage Company in Switzerland

Start a Transporting and Storage Company in Switzerland

Since Switzerland has a highly developed transportation system, it can be a great idea to start a transporting and storage business in this country. However, when entering this business sector, the investors should observe the regulations that are applicable in this case, as various permits and licenses can be necessary, based on the types of products transported and…
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How to Change the Name of Your Swiss Company

How to Change the Name of Your Swiss Company

Companies established in Switzerland are legally entitled to make various changes to their initial data registered with the local authorities. For instance, businessmen are entitled to modify various aspects prescribed in the company’s articles of association, and one of these matters refers to the company’s name. The name of the company can be…
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How to Open a Betting Agency in Switzerland

How to Open a Betting Agency in Switzerland

With a population of more than 8 million citizens, Switzerland has more than 1,5 million active players, who gamble on games such as: horse races, sports betting, casino, lottery or poker games. Investors who are considering opening a company in Switzerland as a betting agency must know that the legislation in the field was recently modified, as a consequence of…
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Change the Registered Office of Your Swiss Company

Change the Registered Office of Your Swiss Company

Businessmen who have set up a company in Switzerland are entitled to make a set of changes regarding their local business after the legal entity was registered here. Some of the most common company changes refer to the modification of the company’s business form, amending the statutory documents, changing the company’s name or its registered office.  Having a registered office…
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