Companies with share capital in Slovenia
According to the Slovenian company law
, there are certain types of companies that require a minimum share capital
to be incorporated and other business forms for which a share capital is not necessary. The companies with share capital in Slovenia
are: the public limited company, the limited liability company, the limited partnership with shares.
Our Slovenian law firm
can offer you various services related to company incorporation in Slovenia. If you want to open a company in Ljubljana
, we can help every step of the way.
Share capital requirements in Slovenia
A minimum share capital
must be deposited in a bank account created for the company at the time of the incorporation. This amount varies according to the type of company
and the contribution can be made in cash, in assets or it can be a contribution of both. For the joint-stock company (public limited company) at least one third of the share capital
should be monetary, rather than in the form of assets.
For the limited liability company the minimum share capital is 7,500 EUR while for the public limited liability company the amount is 25,000 EUR. For the limited liability company, the minimum amount for each subscribed contribution must be 50 EUR and for the public limited company the minimum nominal amount of one share is 1 EUR. For both of these companies, the liability of the shareholders is limited to the amount invested in the minimum share capital.
Opening a company in Slovenia
For companies with share capital, the Articles of Association must contain information about the share capital of the company, the share issue amount, share classes (if applicable), the class of shares acquired by the shareholders, cash and assets contributions made by the partners.
Our attorneys in Slovenia
can help you draw up the Articles of Association and include all the necessary information about the share capital amount and the shares. We can help you with more legal services in Slovenia, like business consulting
. Please contact our Slovenian law firm for more details.