An investor who wishes to open a company in Montenegro
needs to take into consideration several aspects regarding the share capital regulations
in this country. Our firm is specialized in company formation in Montenegro
and can help you understand the principal issues concerning the functioning of share capital for your company
The importance of the share capital in Montenegro
When your company is already established and functional the share capital
represents the funds that you obtain from the stocks you sell. The specific regulations concerning the taxation
of the revenues from stock selling fall under the Tax Law in Montenegro.
The share capital in Montenegro must be reported on the balance sheet of the company and it is calculated by making the sum of all the amounts payed initially by the shareholders. The share equity in Montenegro is an indicator of the financial health of your company and it is calculated by extracting from the total assets of the company the total liabilities.
Regardless of the type of company you open in Montenegro
, you will be liable to the extent of your share contribution in the company
. At the opening of a company, you might need support regarding the legal requirements on the social capital. In such situations, it is a good idea to look for help from a specialist in company formation in Montenegro
. You can be assisted as well with setting up a corporate bank account necessary for depositing the minimum share capital
Minimum Share Capital Requirements in Montenegro
In Montenegro the following types of companies require a minimum share capital:
• the limited liability company (D.O.O), for which the minimum capital requirement is of 1 Euro;
• the joint stock company, which requires a minimum share capital of 25. 000 EUR.
Our specialists in company formation in Montenegro
are readily available to assist you in various aspects regarding the share capital in your company
. Therefore feel free to contact
us when you intend to open a company, so that you can benefit from specialized assistance with all the administrative and legal aspects, including the requirements regarding the minimum share capital.