The establishment of a company in Cameroon, Africa, Germany, Ireland, Malta or England requires the consideration of the legal regulations of the respective country.
Mintang Corporate Services supports you in all necessary phases of setting up your company as well as opening a corporate bank account, domiciliation and secretarial services, regardless of your country of origin.
1. Business idea and founding team
2. Choice of legal form
3. Creation of articles of association and list of shareholders
4. The Shareholders' Agreement
5. Appointment of the managing director
6. Deposit of the share capital
7. Notary and Notarization
8. Entry in the commercial register
9. Partnerships and Recruitment of Employees.
At the beginning of every start-up there is a business idea. What product or service should the new company offer? Is software being developed? Is a local service offered? Which customers should the new company appeal to? How much capital is required to set up and what financial risks will the company be exposed to later?
If you want to found a company on your own, you should think about the workload, qualifications, investments and schedule beforehand so that you don't get overwhelmed by the work and costs afterwards. So should e.g. B. the first employees are included in the budget.
A business plan helps to calculate the timeline after founding and the financial challenges. Anyone who has dealt intensively with the task ahead can later better assess the company's success and identify and implement necessary corrections to their own course more quickly.
In Germany there are different forms of organizing a company: KG, OHG, GmbH, UG (limited liability), AG and many more. Each chosen legal form results in certain legal regulations and obligations as well as structures in the company itself.
The notary must certify the articles of association, the list of shareholders and the shareholder resolution on the managing director. Together with the commercial register application, which must be signed by the managing director, these documents form the registration documents for the register court. The notary sends all the documents and information to the responsible registry court.