Slovak or foreign investors entering the Slovak market may choose between several corporate forms. The fundamental law in this area is the Slovak Commercial Code. The Commercial Code regulates the corporate forms and business (entrepreneurial) activities that are defined as systematic activities conducted independently by an entrepreneur (either an individual or legal entity), in their own name and under their own responsibility for the purpose of making a profit.
There are no limitations for foreign investors when it comes to setting up companies. A foreign natural or legal person may establish any form of company either together with other foreign or Slovak persons or alone as a sole shareholder. In this respect, foreign natural and legal persons enjoy the same rights and bear the same obligations as Slovak persons and may not be discriminated against.
Find out more about about entering Slovak market from our: 2017 Company Formation in Slovakia:
- legal forms of business, minimum capital and contribution
- registration requirements
- procedure and documents
- requirements for foreign investors
- shareholders and statutory body
- general overview of corporate taxes
- personal and corporate income taxes
- other business-related taxes
- fees and penalties
- investment incentives
If you need more information about establishing a company in Slovakia or professional support with any business-related activity, please contact our specialists!