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Open a Financial Company in Czech Republic

Updated on Tuesday 19th July 2016

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Open-a-financial-company-in-Czech-Republic.jpgFinancial activities are well developed on the Czech market and foreign investors who want to establish a business presence in Czech Republic can set up a financial company. The company can be registered following the regulations applicable in this sense, but it may also need the issuance of special permits, which will be awarded in accordance with the type of activity the company will perform. Our team of Czech company incorporation representatives can offer assistance on the registration process, as well as on the financial and legal requirements imposed to such companies

 

What is a financial company? 

 
Businessmen who want to open a company in Czech Republic should know that a financial company is a type of institution that receives deposits and lends money to other institutions, legal entities or natural persons. The specifics of the financial companies may differ in accordance with the services they provide. Such companies can deal with investment projects as well and our team of Czech company formation specialists can offer more information on this matter. 

 

Types of financial companies in Czech Republic  

 
According to the business plan and the interests of the investor, he or she can incorporate several types of financial companies. The most common types of financial companies are the following: 
 
commercial banks – they are incorporated for deposits and lending services available to their customers, which can be natural persons or legal entities and they can also establish transfer services;
 
investment banks – the institution is set up to carry out investment services for other institutions, companies and governments and they are not available for the general public;
 
insurance companies – they provide insurance services to natural persons who want to protect from various risks, such as accidents, illness, disability and others;
 
brokerages – they are used on the international transaction markets to act as an intermediary between the sellers and the buyers;
 
investment companies – such companies are managed by professionals who create various schemes of investments

 

Register a company in Czech Republic   

 
In order to register a company in Czech Republic, the investor will have to establish a legal entity and have a trading name, unique on the territory of the country. The newly formed company must also obtain a trading licence, issued by the Trade Licensing Office, and to register for tax purposes. 
 
Businessmen interested in receiving more details on the registration of a financial company in Czech Republic can address to our Czech company incorporation agents for assistance. 
 
 
 

Comments

  • Kathy 2016-07-18

    I would like to know more on the legislation referring to brokerages in Czech Republic. Thank you!

    Hello, you can send us your request via e-mail at office@czech-lawyers.com and one of our specialists will answer you as soon as possible. 

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