As per the Company Registration in Turkey regulations, it is mandatory to have a local address of the company so that the legal and professional communications can be sent. This local address of the company will be registered at the local tax office on or after the Company Registration in Turkey process. The certifying authority of legal books and tax registration number of the company is the public notary. Some of the important documents like the rental contract and circular of signatory have to be notarized by the government approved public notary for the submission of the tax office. We provide the local office address support in our company formation package and assist with the entire process.
The funds used to incorporate the company in Turkey can be 100% foreign capital. As per the standard incorporation policy of Turkey, companies should have a minimum share capital of 10,000 Turkish Lira (€1,850). The value of each share of the company will be 25 Turkish Lira and the total amount issued should be in the multiples of 25. Out of the total amount of the shares, 25% of the share capital of the company should be in the form of cash and the remaining amount can be deposited within 2 years of company incorporation.
A single shareholder is sufficient for theCompany Registration in Turkey. The shareholder can be a citizen or resident of a foreign country.
Regardless of which nationality or place of residence you have, the company can be incorporated in Turkey. The directors, managers, and shareholders of the company can also be foreign citizens as there is no restriction to be a Turkish citizen. Foreign companies incorporated in Turkey will enjoy the same level of benefits and obligations similar to the local companies in Turkey.
HauzBiz will manage the submission process of Company Registration in Turkey incorporation documents like the incorporation notice form, registration statement of the chamber, and letter of commitment at the company registry office in Turkey. Shareholders of the company who are not Turkish citizens will have to submit a copy of valid passport that is notarized by the Turkish notary. Following are the list of documents for the submission:
The details of the new company incorporation will be notified by the Commercial Registry office to the tax office as well as the district employment office in Turkey. Within 10 days of the company registration, the office of Company Registry will arrange an announcement at the Commercial Registration Gazette to inform about the newly incorporated company.
The accountant of the new company incorporated has to apply for the tax identification plaque and social security number at the local tax office and administrative office of the Social Security.
Certified commercial books of the company:
Journal | Ledger | Inventory | General Meeting | Book of share
The founder of the company will be responsible for certifying the legal books of the company; and the, Public notary will inform the local tax office about the certification of the commercial books of the company.
The following documents are required for the submission which includes:
The purpose of incorporating the company should be mentioned in the MoA and AoA along with the NACE code. On behalf of our clients, HauzBiz will complete the entire process so all we need is the details of your company activities.
As per the standard company policy Annual General Meeting is not required to be organized. An AGM is organized by the company shareholders to review and understand the current status of company performance as well as the board of directors as well as assist them in taking any important decisions for the company if required. In simple words, the purpose of the AGM is to review the company’s accounting, performance, and important decisional matters. Similarly, the purpose of Extraordinary General Meetings (EGM) is to gather when there is something crucial to discuss among companies. In either of the meetings, the ultimate authority and right of making decisions lies with the shareholders of the company. Unless and until there is a signed agreement or decision taken to have similar rights with the directors of the company. The board of directors will have the right to take only the decisions for day to day activities of the company.