AMICORP GERMANY: ESTABLISHING AND ADMINISTRATING A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY IN GERMANY
Germany offers excellent investment conditions with a stable and reliable economic and judicial framework. Not only does Germany have the biggest consumer market in Europe, but it also provides access to the common market of the European Union (EU).
Together with 18 other EU members, it forms the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), which coordinates economic and fiscal policies, a common monetary policy, and a common currency, the Euro. Germany has a highly educated workforce with many public and privately-owned universities and a dual educational system for professional training. Germany is also an excellent location for research and invention, with most patent registrations in Europe. Germany also offers a highly developed infrastructure and excellent logistics networks with one of the world's densest road and railway systems. It provides an innovative and reliable financial system and competitive tax rates.
WHY SET UP A COMPANY IN GERMANY?
Setting up a business in Germany can be complex; nevertheless, there is a wide range of possibilities to match the needs of the different types of investors who wish to invest in or from Germany.
Are you interested in starting a business in Germany? Are you considering setting up an entity in Germany? A limited liability company (GmbH) is the most common and most flexible form of corporation in Germany. Download our brochure containing information about how to set up and administer a GmbH.