Switzerland is known and recognized as an extremely important international financial and commercial centers and many international companies have chosen Switzerland to locate their European or even world headquarter.
Why set up a company in Switzerland?
While setting up and maintaining a Swiss company is more expansive than for example a Cyprus company having a company in Switzerland is among others a guarantee of credibility and prestige. Swiss taxation is highly attractive because it is lower than that of the majority of its European neighbors.
Where to go in Switzerland?
Note that in terms of location of your Swiss company we recommend Neuchatel over Genève as Neuchatel has adopted a new corporate tax law and currently offers taxation rate at 10% of the profits to be reduced to 5% by 2016. Furthermore Neuchatel attracts more and more hi tech company and is about to become the Swiss Silicone Valley and is less sulfurous than the more well-known Zug. A new prestigious address for you Swiss company
How much does it cost?
Our fees for the creation of a Swiss company are € 4,950 which includes
- Company name verification
- Opening of a bank account (at distance) into which the share capital can be deposited.
- Company registration in Neuchatel, with the original documents in French.
- One year domiciliation
It should be noted that our fees do not include the cost of a Swiss resident director.
Price for this service is normally 3,000 Euros per year. (Note however it can be up to 5,500 Euros per year depending of the purpose of the company and of the person providing the service).
Annual fees (company maintenance)
Our fees for the maintaining (after the first year) of the company are 2,950 Euro and includes:
- Corporate Secretary: Ongoing verification that the company complies with local laws.
- Renewal of the Head Office and the governmental charges (does not include accounting fees, audit, nor governmental taxes).
Do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information about this matter firstname.lastname@example.org
Originally posted 2012-07-15 10:20:34. Republished by Blog Post Promoter