PressUpdated on Friday 20th December 2019
Below, we present a number of articles that underline the advantages of investing in Germany:
“Companies operating in the financial sector, which have already been incorporated in a European country and want to operate in Frankfurt, Germany (the third European financial center) can be exempted from authorization, under the regulations of the European Passport. You may ask for legal advice in Germany on the procedures applicable in this case.”
“In Germany, investors have several opportunities for franchising and the new company that will be incorporated in the country will need to pay a 15% corporate income tax, to which a solidarity surcharge is added.”
“One of the most prolific economies in the world, which encourages the development of financial technology, is Germany, however, here, IT companies are the ones sustaining the growth of this industry. Enterprises interested in opening a Fintech business in Germany can very well choose to structure it as a high-tech company.”
"Foreign investors who start a business in Germany will have significant advantages that are worth exploring despite the corporate income tax rate which is generally accepted as a high one, ranging between 30 and 33%, with the included solidarity surcharge trade tax."