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Poland LLC Formation

Poland Limited Liability Company Formation

Establishment of a private company in Poland is a great chance to discover all the advantages and prospects of entrepreneurship in the EU.

Incorporation: around 2-3 weeks

Minimum capital requirement: PLN 5,000 (approx. 1,200 EUR)



Polish Limited Liability Company — Sp. z o.o. (spółka z ograniczona odpowiedzialnością) is a very popular form of doing business in Poland or investing in Poland by foreigners. Director of a Polish company may be a foreigner, and you may choose employees of business for yourself, according to your mentality and appropriate for your professional requirements. Your company in Poland will bring the real profit with minimal investment and a positive business climate.

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Name check + + +
Company incorporation
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  • Name check and approval
  • Filling incorporation documents with the Registrar of Companies
  • A standard set of original corporate documents
  • Payment of the Government fee
  • Provision of registered agent and registered address for one year
Local secretary - - -
Government fees + + +
Registered office for 1 year + + +
Delivery of original documents - + +
Apostilled documents
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  • If applying for a corporate bank account, you will need to order a full set of apostilled company documents when the account is opened outside of the country of Company.
Nominee director and shareholder
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  • This service is required if you do not want your name to appear in the corporate documents or in the government registry. For this purpose, we will appoint another person or entity that will act on your behalf and for your interests and benefit. Such a relationship will be legally based on Power of Attorney and Trust Declaration. Despite Power of Attorney not being publicly available, such service does not guarantee 100% confidentiality. In case of request from public authorities the information about actual beneficial owner may be disclosed.
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Facts & Info for Poland Limited Liability Company Formation


General information

Company structure

  • Minimum one shareholder (can be either natural persons or legal entities, no restrictions on the nationality or residency)
  • Minimum one director (no restrictions on the nationality and residency)


  • Corporate tax rate - 19%
  • Dividends tax - 19%

Other benefits

  • 100% foreign ownership: foreigners can own 100% of the shares in a Polish LLC
  • Low minimum share capital
  • Stable EU country with low unemployment
  • Superb banking services and reliable bank sector in SEPA zone

Accounting requirements

All accounting records must be written in Polish and use the Polish currency. Balance sheets and tax books must show the income, debts, profits, and losses for every fiscal year.

Registered Agent


Registered office


Company name

  • Language: Any 
  • Letters: From Latin alphabet
  • Company name must end with: “Sp. z.o.o”
  • Restricted Names: Empire, Crown, Imperial, Windsor, Royal, Assurance, Bank, Building Society British, National, Great Britain, United Kingdom, England, English, Scotland, Scottish, Wales, Welsh, Ireland or Irish – (if the words are used as a suffix, they are normally allowed)
  • Names Requiring special permission: insurance, bank, group


  • Filing the Articles of Association as a Notary Deed
  • Obtaining the total share capital before registering
  • Appointing the appropriate company bodies
  • Filing all required documents in the Commercial Registry

Upon filing all required documents in the Commercial Registry, it will become a legal entity. Prior to registration, the LLC may operate as a “company in organization” for up to six months with the ability to enter into legally binding contracts.

Please provide us with the following documents and data:


  • Proof of identity in the form of a passport copy for all directors and shareholders
  • Power of Attorney authorising to register the company
  • Certified proof of address 


  • If Shareholders and/or directors are legal persons, then it is required to submit full set of apostilled company documents and valid certificate of Good Standing.
  • Please note that all documents drawn up in a foreign language must be translated into Polish by a certified sworn translator.