Switzerland Company Formation fees

Company FormationPrice
Switzerland GmbH/Sàrl Company Formation – 2 weeks

  • Reserving your Company Name with the Federal Commercial Registry Office
  • Application with the Commercial Register in the canton of Appenzell Ausserrhoden
  • Structuring the company as per your requirements
  • Prepare your Company Registration Forms
  • Drafting your Articles of Association / Statutes
  • Minutes appointing first Directors
  • Initial Government licence fee (£800)
  • Preparation of Stampa declaration
  • Preparation of Lex Friedrich declaration
  • Payment of Stamp duty
  • Register with the Tax and Social security authorities
  • Organizing the foundation meeting with the notary
  • Payment of notary fees (£720)
  • Delivery of notarised Certificate of Incorporation
  • Delivery of notarised Articles of Association
  • Issue of shares and production of Share Certificates
  • All documents and certificates supplied in a professional folder
  • Delivery of documents by FedEx / DHL courier
Additional Services
Company Administration & Registered Office (required)£2400
Swiss Resident Director£3000
Bank Account Assistance£600
Company Secretary (if required)£1050
Annual Renewal Fees
Company Administration

  • Provision of the Registered Office in the Swiss canton of Appenzell Ausserrhoden
  • Compliance with local domicile requirements
  • Payment of Government Fees
  • Maintaining statutory records
  • Statutory Due-Diligence
  • 12 months basic consultation
  • Ensuring that your company is kept in good standing through payment of the annual government fee and filing of annual documents
Swiss Resident Director£3000
Maintenance of Director Register£175


Your company will be incorporated using your chosen name and we will ensure that the procedure is as simple as possible.

The whole incorporation process can be completed online and we will administer the preparation and filing of all registration forms on your behalf.

We are happy to answer any questions you may have without any obligation.

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