- drafting the Articles of Association (necessary for the company incorporation in Serbia);
The Articles of Association of the Serbian company can be signed through Power of Attorney (the same applies to Public Notary proceedings, a step required by the Serbian Law).
- drafting all other documents required for the incorporation of the Serbian company; These documents include: Specimen Signatures, Special Forms provided by the Company Registration Office in Serbia, passport copies etc.
- arranging Public Notary procedures (The procedures for incorporating a company in Serbia have to be done through a Serbian Public Notary);
- offering a Registered Office in Serbia for your company (if required);
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The registered office may be any address where the Serbian company declares to have its headquarters. The registered office will be public.
- setting up a bank account for your Serbian company.
This refers both to an initial share capital account as well as a current bank account after the company is formed.
- recommending an accountant in Serbia;
Accountancy services are recommended for any new business registration in Serbia.
- Serbian Joint Stock Company (a.d.)A joint stock company in Serbia is founded by one or more legal or physical persons known as shareholders, having a joint purpose of developing business at a large scale. The initial capital of a company opened in Serbia is determined by shares that can be monetary or non-monetary. The Serbian Joint Stock Company is fully liable for with its entire property for its obligations and debts.
- Serbian Limited Liability Company (d.o.o.)A Serbian Limited Liability Company is founded by a minimum of one natural or legal person, and a maximum of 50, who work together under the same name for the same purpose, of growing their business. A LLC must submit a minimum of 500 EUR required capital and at least half of that must be paid prior to registration. The shareholders are liable to the company’s obligations, only to the extent of their contributions, which can take any form, except physical labor. The shares can be transferred freely among shareholders.
- Serbian Branch, Subsidiary or Representative Office-Any foreign company is able to set up branch entities in Serbia. These can be set up as separate entities from the parent company (Serbian companies having the foreign company as shareholder) or extensions of the parent-company in Serbia.
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