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The ideal alternative to a costly and time-consuming start-up is a Liechtenstein company shell (AG). Taking over a company shell has the advantage that the company already exists, it does not need to be founded. A company shell is ...
Liechtenstein, a microstate nestled in the Alps, unfolds as a fairy-tale principality blending alpine splendor with modern allure. Vaduz, the capital, graces the Rhine River's edge with its medieval castle and contemporary art scene. This pint-sized gem embraces hikers in the Malbun mountains and culture enthusiasts at the Kunstmuseum. Despite its small size, Liechtenstein's financial prowess shines in the Vaduz's financial district. The prince's wine estate, nestled in the Gutenberg Castle, adds a regal touch. With a blend of natural beauty, cultural refinement, and royal charm, Liechtenstein invites explorers into its storybook landscapes and princely sophistication.
The ideal alternative to a costly and time-consuming start-up is a Liechtenstein company shell (AG). Taking over a company shell has the advantage that the company already exists, it does not need to be founded. A company shell is immediately available and ready to act within a few days.
Share capital: CHF 500,000
Paid to: 100%
Company form: Aktiengesellschaft (a German word for a corporation limited by share ownership (i.e. one which is owned by its shareholders) whose shares may be traded on a stock market.)
The Liechtenstein company limited by shares (AG) is one of the most popular and most common types of legal entities in Liechtenstein and it offers the advantage that it is known internationally. The Liechtenstein company limited by shares (AG) is a legal entity. Only the company’s assets are available to meet the liabilities of the company.
A Liechtenstein company limited by shares (AG) is also suitable as a small-sized company and family company.