Limited liability company
You can set up a limited liability company either on your own or together with one or more shareholders. It is usually possible to set it up electronically, which is faster and less expensive than using a paper form. The limited liability company's key organs are the General Meeting, the Board of Directors and the Managing Director. As a founder, you can yourself participate in deciding on matters that concern your company in one of these organs.
You can find out more about business taxation on the Corporate taxation page.
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Setting up a limited liability company
You can set up a limited liability company either on your own or together with one or more shareholders. A private limited liability company does not have minimum capital requirements.
Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association of a limited liability company
The Memorandum of Association and the Articles of Association are your company’s official founding documents. You must attach them to your company's start-up notification.
The Board and other organs of limited liability company
The Board of Directors is an important organ in a limited liability company. However, the shareholders’ General Meeting is the highest decision-making body.