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Establish a Company in ItalyEstablish a Company (or a subsidiary) involves a complex set of factors that have to do with legal, social and
cultural resources, as well as industry standards and current legislation. Knowing the legal system of a foreign country is essential for starting up every business. Prospective investors wanting to start up a business in Italy may :
The most common types of company are :
Società a responsabilità limitata (Srl) - It is a "Private Limited Company" : There is not a minimum of number of partners; it's also possible just one partner for a sole partner/owner. Minimum capital: Euro 10.000 totally subscribed and released up to 25% at the creation. Liability is limited to the amount contributed.
azioni (SpA) - It is a "Public Limited Company" : There
is not a minimum
of number of shareholders; it's also possible one partner for
a sole ownership. Minimum capital: Euro 120.000 totally subscribed
and released up to 25% at the creation. Their responsablity is limited
the amount contributed. Money Laundering: As with many parts
of European Countries, according to the anti money laundering law,
clients are asked to provide information before concluding a transaction
with an attorney.
Apart from others, for foreign private individual investors information
required are: private address information, passport copy.