Germany as a business location

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Hello PMPG, we are a foreign company which would like to gain a corporate presence in Germany. What do we need to take into account? First of all, it is important to clarify the organisational legal form that is best suited to your project. We will provide you with detailed advice, arrange permits, and register your business for you. It is naturally the case that you can also make use of our professional support surrounding all tax and legal matters after you have entered the German market.

If you are a foreign company that wishes to enter the German market, you can completely rely on our extensive expertise.

Germany is an attractive location for foreign companies: its central geographical location in Europe and excellent infrastructure are just two of the many convincing reasons why this is the case. The possibilities for foreign companies to establish themselves on the German market are equally wide-ranging: as a branch office, domestic subsidiary, permanent establishment or representative office. It is also necessary to determine the legal form of the company, such as a limited partnership (KG), general partnership (OHG), limited liability company (GmbH) or stock corporation (AG).

Regardless of which form of business is the best option for you, the correct business registration is required in all cases. In individual cases, a separate state permit may also be required.

We are able to apply for all of the necessary permits for you, complete the required registrations, and so on. And if you have a branch office or permanent establishment in Germany, we will be pleased to complete the accounting and all other tax requirements for your business, and to represent your interests in legal matters.

We can support you in the following areas:

  • Business registration
  • Permit procedure
  • Tax law
  • Accounting
  • Financial accounting
  • Employment contracts
  • Social insurance law
  • Employment law