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The idea to start a business in Poland may seem simple, yet setting up a company is indeed a complex procedure. We offer you comprehensive services in terms of establishing companies and branches in Poland, including helping you choose the right form of business activity, draw up the company deed and other registration documents, and register the company with the National Court Register and the tax office, as well as assist you in the process of reporting the beneficial owner to the Central Register of Beneficial Owners.

For persons/businesses willing to immediately start operations, we have prepared an offer of fully registered companies ready for sale – the so-called shelf companies. Outside the registration procedure, we also offer other services enabling foreign entrepreneurs to smoothly conduct their business activity, in compliance with all binding legal regulations, such as corporate governance, accounting, tax and legal assistance. We also support businesses in their daily administrative burdens offering a wide range of corporate secretarial services.

If you decide to wind off a company/branch, we can offer you professional support throughout the course of the liquidation proceedings held before the registry court.

13 July is the new postponed deadline for submitting information on ultimate beneficial owners to the Central Register of Ultimate Beneficial Owners

10 June 2020
Please remember that all civil law companies entered in the National Court Register before 13 October 2019 have only time until 13 July 2020 to fulfil the statutory obligation.

Central Register of Ultimate Beneficial Owners, i.e. Transparency Above All

10 June 2020
Anna LEHMANN
On 13 July 2018, the Act of 1 March 2018 on Countering Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Journal of Laws of 2018, item. 723, hereinafter referred to as “the Act”) entered into force in Poland. The goal behind this regulation was the complete and correct transposition of Directive (EU) 2015/849 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2015 on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purposes of money laundering or terrorist financing. Certain provisions of the Act entered into force only after 18 months from the date of its announcement, i.e. 13 October 2019, and materially affected the operation of many businesses.

Green light for remote meetings and adoption of resolutions by companies’ governing bodies

23 April 2020
Krzysztof WARAKOMSKI
The Anti-crisis shield is to counteract the crippling effect of the current, extraordinary situation related to COVID-19 and the resulting state of emergency on holding meetings and adopting resolutions by the governing bodies of limited liability and joint stock companies.

Compulsory proceeding: registry courts are going into battle with arrears in submitting annual financial statements

19 June 2019
Krzysztof WARAKOMSKI
More than a year has passed since the introduction of revolutionary changes in preparing and submitting annual financial statements. Today, as many companies registered in the NCR (in particular those where foreigners participate) continue to have arrears in submitting their annual financial statements, we would like to take a closer look at the weapons used by registry courts to enforce reporting obligations.

Electronic financial statements: amendment continued

10 May 2019
Zuzanna BRÓDKA
As we all know, a reform of the National Court Register (NCR) has gradually been introduced since 15 March 2018, its underlying aim being an electronic re-organisation of the register’s operations. From now on, financial statements and accompanying documents shall be submitted only in electronic format with a qualified electronic signature or a signature confirmed with a trusted ePUAP profile. In this post we are going to try to clarify all doubts concerning the obligation to submit financial statements online.