Holding Companies in Slovenia

Updated on Friday 31st March 2017

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A holding company in Slovenia is a legal structure which has control over the management and policy of other companies. If a foreign investor wants to extend his business activity in Slovenia one way to do it is to buy enough assets or stocks in a local company. Our Slovenian company formation specialists can be your trustful guide in becoming a holding company in Slovenia, by offering you all needed information and legal support.
 

Facts about holding companies presented by our company formation consultants in Slovenia

According to the Slovenian Companies Act, a holding company holds shares from several other companies. These subsidiaries can be either wholly owned or only partially owned by the holding company, depending on the amount of decision influence they still have. The advantage of 100% ownership over a subsidiary is the access obtained to the proprietary technology of the subsidiary. On the other hand a total ownership implies as well much more responsibility.  
 
A holding company in Slovenia has an important word to say regarding the choice of managers in the companies that it holds, and although it does not directly produce any goods or services, it can oversee the growth of the subsidiaries that do. However, each subsidiary is responsible for the day-to-day activity and for the internal operations and organization.
 
In case of losses, the Slovenian holding company cannot be pursued for remuneration so it is backed up in case one of the subsidiaries goes bankrupted.
 
For a more in-depth perspective on the holding companies in Slovenia you may address your questions to our specialists in company registration in Slovenia.
 

Types of assets owned by holding companies in Slovenia

A holding company in Slovenia can hold several types of assets:
  • A Share in other corporations;
  • Stocks in a limited liability companies D.O.O Druzba z Omejeno Odgovornostjo or in partnerships D.D. Delniska druzba;
  • Real estate, such as lands or buildings ;
  • Patent trademarks;
  • Stocks;
  • Bonds.
When you intend to open a company in Slovenia please contact our local specialists which are willing to offer all needed support. Don’t hesitate to call on their help for the evaluation of the legal implications of such a move. If you are not a native speaker, our specialists in company formation in Slovenia will lessen for you any language barriers you might encounter in conducting legal and administrative actions in the country.
 
 

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