Montenegro & Serbia company formation - accounting - bank accounts
Company formation in Montenegro and Serbia, Company registration in Montenegro and Serbia
Incorporation in Montenegro and Serbia through power-of-attorney (POA)
Companies House Montenegro and Serbia, nominee service and virtual office
Bookkeeping and accounting services in Montenegro and Serbia, corporate bank account opening
Registering a private limited company (Ltd) in Montenegro is very easy. No secretary needed.
Founder/s are required to stay
ONLY 1 DAY!
Novomonte will take care of all the paperwork, including the Articles of Association, so you save time and money.
We will submit the documents to the Companies House and pick up the certificate of incorporation after 4 working days.
• writing of the articles, set up of the complete documentation
• VAT application
• making of the company stamp
• assistance of an interpreter at the notary office
• assistance of an interpreter during the procedure of opening the corporate account
• registration taxes
• notary fees
The company formation package is all-inclusive.
NO EXTRA COSTS
F A Q
A: Founders need to come in order to sign the power of attorney and to open the corporate bank account. Otherwise, founders can also sign a POA before a notary (or relevant institution) in their country, so they do not have to be physically present. The POA is the "Special power of attorney for registration of a new company only", where founders appoint our attorney to register the new company. We will set up the draft POA (no extra charge) according to the laws of Montenegro (or Serbia). For further info on this procedure please contact us.
A: There is no need for a work/residence permit during the registration. The executive director, if he/she is a foreign citizen, may apply after the registration.
A: With nominee service, virtual office and bookkeeping: less than 5,000 euro/year
A: The cost of bookkeeping service starts from 130 euro/month, depending on:
1) amount of invoices,
3) amount of employees.
1) monthly VAT accounting,
2) employee payslips,
3) annual balance sheet.