Managing a Swiss company automatically implies having a board of directors, as it is one of the legal requirements in order to incorporate in Switzerland. Company shareholders appoint the company directors. However, company directors must meet certain requirements, depending on the type of company.Read More
Private limited liability companies are very common among foreign entrepreneurs who decide to invest in Switzerland. In Switzerland, a LLC has the form of a GmbH, which is a company that acts as a legal entity. It can be formed by one or more individuals or by other companies with a predetermined capital. Each partner of a limited liability company is paying part of the initial share of the capital. The partner’s liability is limited to the predetermined nominal capital.