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Сompany Max Service CH AG provides the following services:

• we advise you about the process of choosing the most appropriate jurisdiction and the form of the company to protect your assets
• you can consult with us to develop of the possible options for the structure of the private (family) foundation.
Foundations are autonomous funds with legal personality that serve a designated purpose, such as charitable or family purposes. The founder of a Foundation looses all rights in relation to the foundation, unless the statute explicitly provides for certain non-transferable rights to be reserved. The foundation law also knows benificiairies, to whose favor the realisation of the foundation’s designated purpose is carried out, which the founder may be part of.

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PERMIT

To obtain a residence permit for one year or more must meet the following conditions:

• A signed, binding both parties to the employment contract lasting more than one year on the basis of which is determined by the duration of the residence permit.

• The application must be justified in writing and include a confirmation of the employer's unsuccessful search for similar specialist among citizens / residents of Switzerland and the need for the work of a citizen of the state that is not in the EU / EFTA.

• The skills and special knowledge of the new employee or redistribution of personnel in an international company to be confirmed.

• There should be a long-term possibility of integration of the new foreign workers in Switzerland.

Perpetual PERMIT

Citizens of countries outside the EU / EFTA countries are eligible to apply for permanent residence in Switzerland only after years (5 - 10 years) of continuous residence in the country.

To obtain permanent residency must be confirmed by the integration of new foreign workers in Switzerland and the B1 level of knowledge to them one of the official languages ​​of Switzerland.

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Business management

Conducting business corporation or a limited liability company engaged in the board (AG) or Executive Director (GmbH) in person or through their designated third parties (commercial director).

At least one of the official representatives of the company (director or shareholder / founder) must be a resident of Switzerland.

Persons entitled to sign official documents on behalf of the company must be listed in the commercial register.

The responsibilities of the Board include the drafting of the annual report on the state of affairs, which should contain information about the company, its economic and financial situation, as well as an increase in capital.

At least once a year on the initiative of the Board / CEO should be a general meeting.

ACCOUNTANCY

Balance sheet and profit / loss shall be made according to accepted accounting rules.

Permitted the creation of hidden reserves.

Holding company which, through a majority vote, or otherwise managed by several companies at the same time and still meet two of the following three criteria (balance sheet total of CHF 10 million and a turnover of CHF 20 million and more than 200 jobs, or working full rate on average per year) are required to supply the consolidated annual balance sheet (Konzernrechnung).

In addition to the general rules of accountancy law does not provide for any additional requirements for the balance sheet or its evaluation. However, in order to meet the international standards adopted to use commonly used standards such as «International Accounting Standards (IAS)», «US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP) »or similar EU standards.

ANNUAL PRODUCTION COSTS

The following manufacturing costs must be taken into account:

Staff costs (including the costs of social security) / fees of the board (in the case involved the board from the side)

cost of renting production facilities / cost Domitia (if it is a company with a business address only)

other costs: insurance, cars, telephone, water.

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Some aspects of the taxation in Switzerland.

 

In Switzerland, there is now a three-tier tax system: federal, cantonal and municipal.

Resident companies are taxed on their annual income, excluding income derived from foreign branches and foreign real property, which is exempt from tax in accordance with the international agreement.

At the federal level sdeduet paid taxes:

  • Federal income tax (3.63% - 9.8%)

  • additional taxes on the export of dividends (35%)

  • turnover tax

At the cantonal level, shall be paid:

  • cantonal income tax (depending on the canton and the activity of the company)

  • personal income tax

  • inheritance tax and gift

  • income tax c capital (capital gains tax).

Commune of taxable income from operations and income from capital, mainly as a percentage of cantonal taxes.

Taxation specialized holding companies

The most popular form of business among foreign companies, opening up a business in Switzerland, is the holding company. The enterprise carries on an activity other than the management of their financial assets invested in foreign or Swiss companies.

Although the specific definition of a holding company in each canton of the, in general it is based on the federal approach to these companies, that is, they are fully or partially exempt from local income tax (except for the cantons of Geneva and Uri, where in contrast to all the other with They are charged cantonal and municipal taxes on dividends in full.)

For holding companies in Switzerland, there is an almost universally accepted criteria of "meaningful participation." He suggests that at least 75% of the company's revenue comes from investments in other companies (Swiss or foreign) and at least 75% of assets - an investment in other companies. In this case, the holding company must be involved in the share capital of the subsidiary for at least 20%, or a fraction of it should be at least 2 million Swiss francs.

Holding company receives special tax treatment in Switzerland.

Regardless of the size of the holding holding companies are not subject to cantonal and municipal taxes on income from dividends received.

Holding companies pay:

  • cantonal tax capital - 0.05 - 0.25% of the paid-in capital and accumulated reserves

  • federal tax on capital - 0.085% of the paid up capital and reserves

  • Federal income tax - 3.63% - 9.8%

Income from dividends received are exempt from federal income tax if the investment holding company in the shares of the company paying the dividend, a minimum of 2 million CHF and 20% of the paid-up capital.

Dividends paid by the holding company, are subject to 35% additional tax on dividends.

The agreement on avoidance of double taxation concluded by Switzerland with more than 40 countries, reduce the tax on dividends to 0 - 15%.

However, the contract contains a number of restrictions on the use of reduced rates of tax:

  • no more than 50% of the income should be exported from Switzerland in the form of costs, fees and interest roelti

  • no more than 25% of income to be paid as dividends.

Taxation mixed holding company

Mixed holding company except holding activities may also engage in trading activities and industrial production.

Income from dividends received are exempt from federal income tax if the investment holding company of mixed stock of the company paying the dividends, a minimum of 2 million CHF and 20% of the paid-up capital. The Company is exempt from cantonal and municipal income tax in two thirds of the cantons.

Domiciliary companies - companies with a registered office in Switzerland only, which does not carry any activities in Switzerland, not owning real estate there. They are exempt from tax in the 20 cantons and pay tax only on the level of the confederation.

As in the case of holding the status of "registered" company (domicile company) - my every Swiss canton, but in general it is the following. The company makes a profit in any legal form exclusively abroad and do not carry out any activities in Switzerland. It has only one local representative office registered in the canton in which established and managed from abroad.

Service companies are in Switzerland to support the activities of companies and enterprises operating abroad, pay taxes at the confederation, but in the five cantons receive significant discounts on local taxes.

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For registration of the legal entity of the following documentation:

  1. Information about the founder / founders and directors / directors of the company: name, surname, first name, date and place of birth, place of residence, a copy of passport.

If the founders - are legal, constitutional documents of the company and the decision / protocol on the establishment of subsidiary / representative. The documents must be translated into German / English language and certified by a notary. Or our company can arrange translation of these documents by local certified interpreters.

  1. Company Name (number of options in order of preference).

  2. The planned activities of the new company.

For reference. Documents, which shall be certified by a notary in Switzerland:

  • company name;

  • address of the company;

  • type of company activity;

  • nominal share capital, the deposited amount and make confirmation in a blocked account Swiss bank guarantee;

  • the names of the founders and signatories;

  • the names of the board members, their duties and the names of persons authorized to sign;

  • names of accountants and auditors a letter in which they take this position (if necessary);

  • The names of other persons authorized to sign;

  • articles of association or memorandum of association;

  • shareholders agreement (if necessary).

In accordance with Swiss law, to create in the country by foreign entities of private enterprises of different ownership forms, as a general rule is the notification procedure of registration.

In a number of service sectors acting administrative procedure of registration of private enterprises, regardless of nationality or foreign participation. This is a banking, insurance, activities in the securities market, hotel, restaurant maintenance, medical and veterinary practice, sale of medical drugs (wholesale and retail), legal practice, any legal services, activities in the field of real estate, telecom services - mobile, fixed, (including provider services).

When you create a legal entity in Switzerland, can be recorded for the production, trade, investment (holding) the activities, management and consulting services, financial and other activities not prohibited by the laws of Switzerland. Objects of the company are reflected in the Memorandum.

Swiss company law foreign legal and natural persons are put in the same position, in particular with regard to participation in the above types of companies. Only to discriminate against non-residents is the fact that he created a holding company or domiciliary be deprived local authority tax benefits, if the mechanism of extracting profits from the company is entirely based on the benefits arising from the numerous international tax treaties concluded by the Swiss Confederation.

A necessary condition for starting a business in Switzerland - that is, the actual start of work to obtain compensation for the foreign citizen, is the presence of a single type of residence permit and a work permit. This permit is issued at the request of a foreign citizen (or his employer in Switzerland) canton after the approval and registration of migration agency.

All the practical issues associated with the base of the company, its registration and the continued operation, decided at the cantonal level, in accordance with federal law and procedure established by the cantonal authorities. In addition to the usual registration documents to the Commercial Register, to provide the so-called declaration of "Stump" and "Lex Friedrich" - special statements founders:

Stampa Declaration - a statement that in addition to the mentioned in the founding documents, Company does not own any other property (contributions), and has other advantages and outstanding commitments.

Lex Friedrich Declaration - a statement applicable to the company's Swiss legal provisions governing the acquisition of real estate by foreigners in Switzerland.

Company registration period is usually 5 - 6 weeks.

When registering a firm period of its operation is not limited, however, in some cases, the authorities of the canton may require closing the firm, if it is not profitable for the canton (loss, failure of a business plan for jobs) or if there is flight of capital - deducing profit and turnover funds in offshore accounts, for example.

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Organizational and legal forms of business activity

Sole proprietorship (Einzelunternehmen) consists of a single individual legal form of business (Art. 945 - 946 Swiss Code of Obligations - KO). If the annual turnover of the company is less than one hundred thousand francs, then it is not required to register in the commercial register.

A partnership (einfache Gesellschaft)a modified form of the individual enterprise, combining two or more persons (Art. 530 - 551 KO). Common to both of these legal forms is that the process of their establishment is not formalized (no special constitutive act). In addition, there is no requirement for the presence of a minimum share capital. In this case, in respect of such enterprises and the law provides for private property responsibility.

General partnership (Kollektivgesellschaft) - partnership that combines two or more individuals, created for the purpose of doing business (Art. 552 - 593 KO). The founders of the general partnership are fully shared responsibility for personal property obligations of the company. Creation of a society is in any form and does not require a minimum share capital. The Company is not required to provide audited financial statements. It should be applied in the commercial register and maintain accounting records. In contrast to the simple, authorized shares are distributed among the founders. In at least one designated director must be a citizen of Switzerland.

Limited liability company (Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung), Art. 772-827 KO - a legal entity consisting of one or more natural or legal persons. The company's liability is limited to the size of its share capital, which may not be less than 20,000 Swiss francs.

This form of business is best suited for small and medium business as well as the administrative costs of maintaining a limited liability company is much lower compared with the Joint-stock company.

Joint-stock company (Aktiengesellschaft), Art. 620 - 763 KO's, is formed, as a rule, more natural or legal persons who are liable only within the company's assets, including those not yet made of the share capital. The minimum share capital of the Company - 100,000 Swiss francs, of which 50,000 are to be paid at the time of registration of the company as a legal entity. Company is required to take the annual financial statements, audited and keep books. Requires the appointment of at least one director who must be a citizen and resident of Switzerland. If several directors appointed most of the members of the Board must reside in Switzerland, a Swiss citizen, or citizen of the EU / EFTA.

Joint-stock company is the most common form of business in Switzerland. Foreign companies prefer this form for registration of their affiliates or subsidiaries.

 

Opening companies and representative resident

In accordance with Swiss law, to create in the country private enterprises of different ownership forms by foreign entities, exists generally the notification procedure of registration. However, there are some exceptions. First of all, there are several branches of the state monopoly, which provides for the establishment of private enterprises - both domestic and foreign (railways, post offices, and the production and distribution of energy). In a number of service sectors exists administrative procedure of registration of private enterprises, regardless of nationality or foreign participation. It includes banking, insurance, activities in the securities market, hotel, restaurant maintenance, medical and veterinary practice, trade drugs, legal practice, and communication services (including provider services).

Companies that are registered in Switzerland and have effective management bodies are considered residents. When you create a legal entity in Switzerland, can be recorded for the production, trade, investment (holding) the activities, management and consulting services, financial and other activities not prohibited by the laws of Switzerland. Objects of the company are reflected in the Memorandum. To open a company in Switzerland does not require special permissions. Special regulations are only the operations of banks, investment trusts, insurance, communication services, transportation and medical services.

According Swiss company law foreign legal and natural persons are put in the same position, in particular with regard to participation in the above types of companies.

The obligatory condition for starting a business in Switzerland for the foreign citizens is to obtain one of the existing types of residence /work permit (“carte de la légitimation”). This permit is issued at the request of a foreign citizen (or his employer in Switzerland) canton after the approval and registration of migration agency. The above requirements are in fact exceptions to national treatment, which generally applies to foreign citizens engaged in business activities in Switzerland. These limitations are reflected in the list of specific commitments of the Confederation on market access for services under the General Agreement on Trade in Services WTO.

All the practical issues associated with the base of the company, its registration and the continued operation, decided at the cantonal level, in accordance with federal law and procedure established by the cantonal authorities. In addition to the usual registration documents (an application with notarized signatures, a company by-law /statute and other articles of association) must be signed some specific documents such as the Declaration "Stump" and the Declaration "Lex Friedrich.

Stampa Declaration - a statement that in addition to the mentioned in the founding documents, Company does not own any other property (contributions), and has other advantages and outstanding commitments.

Lex Friedrich Declaration - a statement applicable to the company's Swiss legal provisions governing the acquisition of real estate by foreigners in Switzerland.

In the process of establishment and registration involved the following authorities:

  • Cantonal commercial register;

  • Notaries;

  • Federal ministries, professional trade associations, an appropriate permit for certain activities.

Company registration period is usually 5 - 6 weeks. When registering a firm period of its operation is not limited, however, in some cases, the authorities of the canton may require closing the firm, if it is not profitable for the canton or municipality, or if there is a directly proved outflow of capital.

 

4. Opening of subsidiaries of foreign companies

One form of a division of a foreign company in Switzerland is a subsidiary. Branch of the company - this is a commercial enterprise, which, from a legal point of view even though it is part of the core of the company, on which it depends, however, on its territory branch operates identical to the main activity of the company, while possessing a certain economic and commercial independence. The management of should have the right to make independent decisions within the enterprise, including the resolution of legal issues.

Branch is created virtually and not formally established. Branch should have the same name as the parent company. After the establishment the branch must be registered in the commercial register. In terms of access to carry out activities, registration, taxation and accounting branch is regarded as the Swiss firm. However, when you open a branch there are no requirements in terms of the share capital.

For the establishment of a branch a foreign company has to have in Switzerland an authorized representative, residing in the territory of the Swiss Confederation, which has the right to sign on behalf of the branch.

 

Taxation of foreign enterprises

Switzerland is an attractive and competitive tax system for corporate taxpayers and for individuals in comparison with other industrialized countries. The total tax rate, ie, the amount of all taxes and fees, to be paid after the tax deductions and exemptions on average 28.9% (for comparison, in Germany - 50.5%, France - 65.4%, Italy - 73.3%).

In Switzerland, there is now a three-tier tax system: federal, cantonal and municipal.

The basis of the legal framework in this part are following laws: the Law on direct federal tax, the Law on tax harmonization, the Income Tax Act, the Stamp Act, the Law on VAT and various federal statutes and cantonal tax laws.

Resident companies are taxed on their annual income, excluding income derived from foreign branches and foreign real property, which is exempt from tax in accordance with the international agreement.

In the case of non-resident companies is subject to tax only the income from Swiss sources, i.e. income and income from capital gains derived from commercial activities of a permanent establishment (office) or real estate in Switzerland, and to profit from real estate related income from real estate.

Federal income tax is levied at a proportional rate, and is 8.5%.

Cantons and communities use their taxes imposed by and acting on their territory. Cantonal tax rates are progressive and range from 5% to 35%. In addition, a tax on share capital of the company with the Confederation - 0.825%, and also at the cantonal level (for example, in Zurich - 0.375%).

In order to stimulate business activity Swiss law provides for the granting of special tax breaks. In particular:

-              Tax incentives for newly established firms, often available at the cantonal level. Most cantonal tax privileges for newly established enterprises - a partial or complete exemption from income tax for 10 years;

-              Similar benefits can be provided at the federal level in some key sectors that are important for the federal government;

-              A partial exemption is granted for the restructuring of the company;

-              Some additional benefits may be obtained at the level of accounting (revaluation of fixed assets, etc.);

-              Depending on the purposes of the corporations in Switzerland may be granted a special tax regime with a full or partial exemption from taxation, both at the federal and cantonal level.

Switzerland also signed an agreement for the avoidance of double taxation with many countries, including with Russia. In addition, as mentioned above, many cantons provide for preferential tax rates for companies with certain activities. For example, for companies with primary operations outside Switzerland (see example below), taxation is greatly reduced. Preferential tax treatment is also provided for industrial, holding, trading companies and certain other businesses.

Tax rates on dividends withheld at source, up to 35%, but most of the international tax treaties provides for the reduction of the tax. The reduced rate is typically 15% for portfolio investors, and 0%, 5% and 10% for major corporate owners. Some agreements specify that the income from Swiss sources is taxed in the country for which the recipient is a resident. With regard to interest payments most of the agreements typically allow reduction of the tax rate to 10%. Some agreements provide tax refund in full. However, any tax reduction is only possible if the person using the agreement does have that right.

The most popular form of business among foreign companies, opening up a business in Switzerland, is the holding company. The enterprise carries on an activity other than the management of their financial assets invested in foreign or Swiss companies.

Although the specific definition of a holding company in each canton of the, in general it is based on the federal approach to these companies, that is, they are fully or partially exempt from local income tax (except for the cantons of Geneva and Uri, where in contrast to all the other with They are charged cantonal and municipal taxes on dividends in full).

For holding companies in Switzerland, there is an almost universally accepted criteria of "meaningful participation." He suggests that at least 75% of the company's revenue comes from investments in other companies (Swiss or foreign) and at least 75% of assets - an investment in other companies. In this case, the holding company must be involved in the share capital of the subsidiary for at least 20%, or a fraction of it should be at least 2 million Swiss francs.

"Participating" of usual business or trade of the company, which in addition to its core business own shares or units of other companies. If foreign investments of such companies meet the criterion of "significant participation" income derived from them is deducted from profits subject to tax at the federal and local levels.

Swiss companies are subject to an annual tax on net assets. For holding companies a preferential rate, which in different cantons differs significantly and now range from 0.001% (for example, in the cantons of Obwalden and Lucerne) to 0.18% (for example, in the canton of Vaud) of equity at the end of the year.

Corporations with Domicile - companies with registered offices in Switzerland, which do not carry any activities there and do not own real estate. They are exempt from tax in the 20 cantons and pay tax only on the level of the confederation.

As in the case of holding the status of "registered" company (domicile company) - my every Swiss canton, but in general it is the following. The company makes a profit in any legal form exclusively abroad and do not carry out any activities in Switzerland. It has only one local representative office registered in the canton in which established and managed from abroad.

Service companies are in Switzerland to support the activities of companies and enterprises operating abroad, pay taxes at the confederation, but in the five cantons receive significant discounts on local taxes.

 

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Branches of the company - a resident of the EUROPEAN UNION

Swiss right of establishment and operation of companies provides for the establishment of branches in Switzerland, the EU companies without any restrictions.

Such affiliates

• be legal persons

• act as a Swiss company

• Do not pay the share capital in accordance with Swiss law on joint stock companies and limited liability companies

• responsibility within the authorized capital of the parent company

• taxable only in Switzerland

• benefit from a Swiss prison on the prevention of double taxation.

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Limited company (GmbH)

Limited liability company is a legal entity and can be created by one or more private or legal persons or other companies, regardless of whether they are citizens or residents of Switzerland.

Citizenship, manager and founder is not limited, however, requires the administrative director of the Swiss resident enterprise management and signing official documents.

The registered capital is 20 thousand CHF and must be paid in full (paid before registration of the company).

The minimum share capital - 100 CHF. Founders are entitled to own more than one share.

Mandatory authorities of limited liability companies:

• General Meeting of its members

• Executive Officer (CEO)

• Audit Commission.

Limited liability companies are subject to audit. Provides full audit for companies, for two consecutive years, corresponding to two of the following three criteria:

• balance sheet total of CHF 10 million and more

• turnover of 20 million CHF and more

• 50 jobs with full-time basis.

Organizations that do not meet these criteria are subject to a limited, less thorough revision.

Enterprises subject to a limited audit, employing up to 10 employees with a full-time basis, can completely abandon the audit, subject to the agreement with the decision of all the participants.

 

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Public company (AG)

The joint stock company is a legal entity. Its capital is divided into shares. Shareholders to exercise their rights in the general meeting of shareholders, while the direct management of the company takes on the Board or persons designated by the Director.

Share capital

Minimum capital of the Company amounts to 100 thousand Swiss francs (CHF) and is divided into bearer and / or registered shares. The nominal value of these shares cannot be lower than 0,01 CHF. When creating a company for each share must be paid at least 20% of its nominal value, in total, but not less than 50 thousand CHF in a special account in a Swiss bank to register a company.

Part of the share capital may be issued in the form of equity certificates, the so called "voiceless" shares.

The Company may be created by one or more private or legal persons or other companies, regardless of whether they are citizens / residents of Switzerland.

It is required that an administrative director is a resident of Switzerland. It can also be the same person as the Chairman of the Board.

Controls

Company has three levels of control:

• General Meeting of Shareholders

• Board

• Audit (audit) committee.

The general meeting of shareholders - is the supreme governing body of the Company. Its responsibility includes the adoption and amendment of the charter, approval of the annual balance sheet and the status, making decisions on the distribution of profits, and a selection of board and audit committee. The general meeting of shareholders shall be held at least once a year (for 6 months from the end of the fiscal year). Extraordinary general meetings may be administered at any time at the request of the Board, the Audit Committee or shareholders holding at least 10% of the shares.

Executive body of the Company is the Board. It may delegate his powers as individual shareholders and third parties (directors, proctor).

The Board consists of one or more members, who may not be shareholders. To the mission of the company shall be held at least one Swiss citizen or resident who is either a board member or director.

The Audit Commission verifies the annual financial statements, as well as a request to the general meeting of shareholders for distribution of profits.

Mandatory audit of the company. To be meeting two from the following criteria:

• Balance sheet total of 10 million CHF or more

• Turnover of 20 million CHF or more

• 50 jobs with full-time basis.

Organizations that do not meet these criteria are subject to a limited audit (total test, the survey of government).

Enterprises subject to a limited audit, employing up to 10 employees with a full-time basis, can completely abandon the audit, subject to the agreement with the decision of all the participants.

The Audit Commission shall be registered in the Federal Ministry of the Audit Oversight

The company can be named with any brand name, which, however, must be different from those already available in the list of the Trade Registry.

By location (legal address) of the Company within the Swiss law does not impose any additional requirements.

 

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We will search for you the best objects of commercial and private real estate;
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Information on banking legislation in Switzerland. Advising on the preparation of the package of necessary documents (certificates of personal incomes, reference letter, a package of documents on the business activities of a potential client, a description of the business contacts and environment, etc.).

Trust funds, family trust funds.

Offshore companies. Family trusts

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Fee charged by Max-Service CH AG, CHF

 

При учреждении компании (единовременные расходы)

 

1

Расходы по подготовке учредительных документов (внешние издержки по оплате услуг адвоката)

- Устав

- Учредительный договор (при необходимости)

- Бизнес-план компании (при необходимости)

 

От 3 000

 

 

2

Регистрация компании в коммерческом регистре (обязательные сборы)

800

3

Оплата услуг государственного нотариуса

700

4

Открытие специального банковского счета для внесения уставного капитала (подготовка необходимых документов и переговоры с банком)

500

5

Гонорар за консультационные услуги по регистрации (8 часов * 250)

 2 000

 

ИТОГО

От  7 000

 

 

Услуги по поддержанию деятельности компании (ежегодные платежи)

 

1

Гонорар Председателя совета директоров – резидента Швейцарии (min. 2500 SFr.)

2500- 4000

2

Содержание собственного офиса без персонала (секретарские и административные услуги, юридический и почтовый адрес)

От 2 500

3

Домицильный адрес (юридический и почтовый)

1 500

4

Бухгалтерские услуги (20 часов в год*150)

От 3 000

5

Услуги ревизора-аудитора (швейцарской профессиональной компании) – при необходимости

От 2 500

 

 

 

Дополнительные услуги, оказываемые компанией

 

1

Консультации и содействие в открытии банковских счетов (помощь в подготовке пакета документов для формирования досье клиента – рекомендационные письма, , бизнес-контракты,  создание благоприятного делового окружения и т.д.)

Индивидуально (в зависимости от ситуации клиента)

2

Консультации по вопросам получения вида на жительство

Оплата внешних издержек - услуг адвоката. Оплата услуг компании Макссервис  - по фактически понесенным расходам (транспортные расходы, перевод документов, размещение рекламы, представительские расходы, понесенные по согласованию с клиентом и т.п.)

3

Получение годовых бизнес-виз

Оплата услуг партнера компании в Москве +500

4

Консультации по созданию трастовых семейных фондов (юрисдикция – Лихтенштейн), включая весь пакет документов и открытие счета

Индивидуально (от 10 000)

5

Оффшорные компании (с открытием счета в швейцарском банке)

От 2500 в зависимости от юрисдикции

6

Создание сайта компании (нем., англ., русс. языки)

От 1 500

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Консультации по вопросам приобретения недвижимости и получение ипотечных кредитов через ипотечного брокера (после получения вида на жительство)

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Max Service CH AG is a consulting company specialized on B2B services. It supports international companies in optimizing of their business network relationships and commercial activity in Switzerland.

Our business contacts could be useful for you in development and promotion of your business in Russia and Switzerland. We organize business trips and help our customers to establish their business activities, to meet potential partners and to develop their business with Swiss companies.

Since 2007 we help our clients in:

- Registration of y our Business in Switzerland including:
• Hiring of management
• Hiring of shareholders
• Providing legal company`s address
• Providing postal address and business phone numbers
• Assistance in opening and maintaining of Swiss bank accounts in Dollars, Euros or Swiss Francs
• Communication with tax authorities
• Conduction of banking operations
• Trade register excerpt
• Translation of necessary documents


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