Italy Corporate Formation
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Italy corporate formation is also called Italy company setup, Italy business setup , Italy company registration , Italy company incorporation, Italy business establishment and Italy business registration.
1. Introduction to Italy corporate formation
Still battling to shake off its reputation as an economic slow starter, Italy has recently taken new steps to position itself as a welcoming home for foreign investment. The result is that Italy is slowly emerging as a land of opportunity, although you will need specialist local advice to help navigate your way through the bureaucracy in order to start a business in Italy. We are experts at this.
2. What are the main types of company formation in Italy?
There are three major kinds of Italian company registration for foreign investors, and they are as follows:
Limited liability Company (SRL)
Joint stock company (SPA)
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3. What are the main features of a SrL in Italy?
Most popular format for small to medium businesses
Minimum share capital is €10,000
No restrictions on foreign shareholders
Audited accounts to be filed annually
What is the minimum number of directors of a SrL?
It is best to have a minimum of two. In fact it is possible to set up a SrL with just one director, but in such cases the company has to have words 'Società Uninominale' in its title, otherwise liability is unlimited.
4. What are the main features of a SpA joint stock company?
Main format for medium to large companies
Minimum share capital is €120,000
Minimum number of directors is one
No restrictions on foreign shareholders
Audited accounts to be filed with the Registrar of Companies
5. What are the main features of a branch?
Foreign parent responsible for all liabilities of Italian branch
Minimum of one director required
Accounts to be maintained but no reporting requirements
6. Is it complicated to start a business in Italy?
More so than in some other European countries, but like anything else, it is a matter of mastering the procedure. The company incorporation Italy formalities include the following:
Arrange articles of association and memorandum of association
Executive articles of association before a public notary
Obtain an Italian tax code and identity document
Open a local bank account
Register for VAT
File with the Registrar of Companies
Secure approval by a local tribunal
7. How easy is it to recruit staff in Italy?
As a rule, it is easier to recruit staff in the underdeveloped south, where unemployment is high, compared to the wealthier north of the country. Recruitment agencies for permanent and temporary staff abound, however, and the workforce is generally of a high caliber. Labor laws strongly favor the employee and it is essential to take advice before entering into a contractual arrangement – we have a network of local experts who will be happy to help you on this point if you are considering company formation Italy.
8. What is the regulatory environment like for those considering company incorporation Italy?
Much more liberal than it used to be. Capital and dividends can be freely repatriated in line with EU rules and Italy has a number of double taxation treaties. However, public authorities are weighed down with bureaucracy and the legal system is slow. Foreign ownership is permitted in all industries except for defense-related areas such as aviation and shipping. Certain restrictions apply in the telecommunications sector.
9. Are there financial incentives available?
Italy offers a variety of incentives for foreign and local investors considering company formation Italy. These include:
Corporation and local tax breaks for ten years in areas of high unemployment
Research and development grants covering up to 50% of total R&D costs
Low-interest loans for enterprises that encourage exports of Italian goods
10. And what about banking facilities?
Milan is one of Europe's foremost financial capitals and banking facilities across Italy are generally good. Efforts are underway to rationalize the many hundreds of independent local banks and facilities are expected to improve further once this process is complete. We will be happy to help you to open a bank account in Italy.
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