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The establishing, managing and organisation of companies is regulated by the Companies Act, which is fully harmonised with the EU legislation. The Companies Act provides for the following organisational forms:
Most companies in Slovenia are organised in the form of a limited liability company or joint- stock company, whereas partnerships are not so common. Private individuals may conduct their business activities as sole traders (samostojni podjetnik – s.p.). The most common practice of foreign companies establishing a business entity in Slovenia is to set up a limited liability company or a branch office.
The Companies Act defines the size of companies relevant for accounting, auditing and disclosure purposes as follows:
Banks, insurance companies and associated companies (subsidiaries, affiliated companies, trusts etc.) are considered to be large companies.
All the forms of companies may be established by any domestic or foreign, legal or natural person. The law prescribes the minimum or maximum number of founders for an individual type of company. A person who was finally sentenced in the last 5 years in Slovenia to imprisonment for a criminal offence against the economy, against labour relations and social security and similar offences; a person who is included on a publicly posted list of tax defaulters, or a person who has over 25% (direct or indirect) participation in the capital of a corporation which is included on this list, cannot become a founder or partner of a company.
All forms of companies are legal persons. They obtain such status through court registration.
The registered name (firma) is the name under which a company operates. The mandatory elements of the registered name are the name of the company, an indication of the company’s economic activity and a statement on its organisational form. The registered name has to be in the Slovenian language. Words in a foreign language may only be used if they reflect names of the company’s founders or registered trademarks or if they are words in a fantasy or dead language (words in a fantasy language should not contain foreign letters). The word ‘Slovenia’ or its derivatives can only be used with government approval. The registered name should not be in contravention of the law, public morals or third parties’ intellectual rights and it has to be clearly distinct from all other registered names in Slovenia. If these conditions are not met, the court shall reject the application to be entered in the register. The firm’s entry in the register can be made up to one year before the company is registered. If the company is not registered in one year, the firm is erased from the register. The transfer of a firm to a third party is only possible along with the transfer of the company itself.
The registered office of the company is the place entered in the court register as the registered office. This could be the place where the company performs the main part of its activities or the place where the bulk of its business is conducted.
The company may conduct its business only within the scope of the economic activities entered in the court register as the registered activities. Upon entry, the Standard Classification of Industries must be used.
The company has to enter in the register at least one person (director, procurator) who is authorised to represent the company and to sign company documents. There are no requirements regarding the residence or nationality of the representatives but certain conditions must be met in order to employ foreign representatives.
Slovenia is situated in Central Europe and covers an area of 20,273 km2 (half the size of Switzerland). It has borders with Italy, Austria, Croatia and Hungary, and stretches across the Alps, the Dinaric Alps and the Pannonian Plain to the Mediterranean. Slovenia has approx. 2 million inhabitants. In the past decade, Slovenia laid down integration into the European Union as its priority objective, which a vast majority of its citizens supported at a referendum held on 23 March 2003. Our country became a member of the European Union on 1 May 2004. With this enlargement, the European Union has expanded to 25 countries, now 28 countries. On 1 January 2007 Slovenia joined EMU (Economic and Monetary Union) as the only new EU Member State and abandoned the tolar. The preparations for a smooth euro changeover and measures to avoid unjustified price increases are in place. For people the benefits include cheaper loans, less bureaucracy, and easier travel, while reduced exchange rate uncertainty for Slovenian businesses, lower transactions costs and less interest rate volatility are the advantages for the real sector.
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