Depending on the type of company you set up, you will need to fulfill Spanish regulations with regard to accounting, auditing and tax filing. Choosing the type of entity and determining its relationship with the parent company (if there is one) or international shareholder requires knowledge of Spanish mercantile law. In our experience, having the proper setup with help from professionals will save you money and time in the end. For example, changing the company director can take more time than forming a new company.
Please contact us to make sure that your corporate setup suits your needs.
Should I form a new company or buy an off-the-shelf company?
My company wants to open a branch in Spain. Is this better than creating a new company?
Should I be self-employed or should I form a company in Spain?
Can I save on personal income taxes by creating a company?
What is the difference between a Sociedad Limitada (SL) and a Sociedad Anónima (SA)?
Will creating a company in Spain help me get Spanish residency?
What is a holding company?