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Start or expand your business

If you plan to start a company, a new line of business, or extend your activity abroad, we deliver compliance by design, safeguard your interests and act as your representative.

What can we help you with?

  • Find a company, its branch office or a subsidiary
  • Organize your corporate processes.
  • Prepare to comply with regulations before you start business.
  • Design products and services to be not limited, but ordered and safe.
  • Get a representative in the European Union or abroad.

How does our assistance benefit your business?

Find a company, its branch office or a subsidiary.

Starting a new organisation means formalities. You need to decide on a lot of nuances concerning legal form, ownership, governance, finance, accounting and organizational matters. We advise on possible variants and help you choose the most efficient solutions.

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Organize your corporate processes

No matter whether your business is complex or simple, there are many processes you need to organize. Most typical cover recruitment, employment, accounting and financial reporting, servicing clients, relations with contractors, physical & IT security, including CCTV, managing incidents, complaints and claims etc. We advise you on legal aspects at the phase of planning and design.

Prepare to comply with regulations before you start business.

Once you know, how your business will work, you need to prepare it to start. This is the best moment to develop and implement solutions that get you compliant from scratch.

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Design products and services to be not limited, but ordered and safe.

No matter if you just start or expand your business, the law can be approached as a limit or an opportunity. We prefer the second approach and focus on benefits of setting standards as high as your customers and partners might need.

Get a representative in the European Union or abroad.

Thanks to international legal experience and partners, we assist you both if you need to open your office in another country, establish a business relationship, or service customers protected by legal systems you are not familiar with.

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