For 20 years and counting we have been helping Ukrainian and foreign clients start and run their business in Ukraine, choose a form of business in Ukraine and plan the tax load. We take into account the format for hiring employees and interacting with the end consumer of products/services, as well as specifics of industry regulation (IT, farming, food industry, financial services, construction, etc.).
If your company is about to enter the Ukrainian market, we can provide advice on business models available in Ukraine, taxes, required licenses and permits. We can help you register your company or agency, rent or purchase an office and equipment, formalize relations with employees and get a permit for foreign businessmen to operate in Ukraine.
Are you starting a business from scratch or launching a new business project? We can help with legal issues: choosing a legal structure (LLC or another type of legal entity, individual entrepreneur, or some other variation), taking into account business specifics and most beneficial taxing, registering it, and preparing necessary contracts with employees, counterparties and business partners.
If you plan on transferring the assets and business of one company to another or dividing functions and assets between several entities, we can develop a step-by-step algorithm for the transfer. We can explain how to conduct deals on property transfer and how to register them, and we will also calculate tax implications and prepare required documents. If necessary, we will take on communication with all parties to the process, so that the transfer of business is carried out on schedule.
We will also help with current changes to the company’s status:
We will prepare all necessary documents, hold a general meeting and register changes.
If a company wishes to terminate its activities, we can explain how to do it properly: through liquidation of legal entity, sale or bankruptcy. We will prepare documents, undertake communication with regulatory authorities, set up a general meeting with shareholders and return investment remaining after business termination to the founder.
The elections, new President, Parliament and government, possible changes in the Health Ministry’s leadership – all these political perturbations make a lot of secondary healthcare administrators ask themselves whether autonomization is worth it.
When investing in a business, we expect it to yield profits in the form of dividends. However, sometimes it seems that a company is commercially successful and is turning a profit, yet you can’t feel that success and receive no dividends as a participant in a limited liability company (using LLC as the most popular and flexible form of business in Ukraine as an example).