Global Trust Company Formation has a full range of services to provide you the most comfortable of experiences together with our specialist administration services customized to your specific needs.
Global Company Formation.,
18 boulevard Royal,
L 2449 - Luxembourg.
Luxembourg is a small European country that offers important business opportunities that compensate for its size. Its central location in Europe allows it to have excellent connectivity to the EU markets and Luxembourg is just a few hours away from important European capitals and business centers like Paris, Frankfurt or Brussels. The country’s economic stability and its openness towards foreign direct investment are two other reasons why entrepreneurs choose to set up a company in Luxembourg.
Many foreign investors choose to open a company in Luxembourg because the country has various business opportunities to offer. Investors are attracted by the stable economy in Luxembourg which offers very good chances for small, medium and large business to develop and grow from year to year. Luxembourg is also a founding member of some of the largest organizations in the world, such as the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The constitution of an S.A. is carried out before a notary and registered with the Registre de Commerce. In addition a publication is made in the Mémorial. A blocking certificate must also be received by the notary before the constitution can be made.
The minimum share capital is EUR 31.000 of which ¼ must be paid-up
Shares can be held in either nominative or bearer form
The minimum number of shareholders is one and can be either an individual or a company. They can be either Luxembourg resident or non-resident and of any nationality
Annual General Meeting
This is held once per year and is defined in the statutes of the company
A minimum of 3 directors is required (or only 1 if there is a sole shareholder). It is also possible to adopt a Conseil de Surveillance & Directive (Surveillance and Directive committee) to supervise the company
A statutory auditor is obligatory
Dependent upon several criteria, specifically the size of the company
An audit report must be submitted each year along with the annual account
The annual accounts must be filed once a year to the Registre de Commerce (companies house).
Call our Swiss company advisers for further details and to arrange appointment.
Full secretarial services available at our Zurich and Luxembourg City offices together with luxury boardroom.