Entrepreneurs operating in Poland or being members of the bodies of Polish companies or partnerships must meet a number of obligations, failure to comply with which may result in severe sanctions. An additional difficulty are ever-changing regulations. How to act in accordance with the current legal regulations and minimize risks?
We encourage you to download the guide, in which you will find a compilation of the most important obligations for entrepreneurs operating in the form of commercial companies or partnerships in Poland.
From the guide you will learn:
What are the types of companies and partnerships in Poland?
How to register a company/partnership in Poland and what are the costs?
Who is the beneficial owner and how to report it to the CRBO?
What does the the AML policy obliges entities to do?
What should employee documentation consist of?
Whom and how to register in ZUS?
What regulations must the employer introduce?
Which areas should be taken into account when creating the organization policy?
What are the entrepreneurs’ tax obligations?
Obligations of companies in Poland:
Who is the guide for?
The guide on the obligations of companies and partnerships in Poland is intended both for persons starting business in Poland, as well as companies already operating on the Polish market. In particular, we address it to:
Entrepreneurs starting their business in Poland in the form of commercial law company/partnership
Foreign entities planning or starting operations on the Polish market
Partners of commercial law partnerships in Poland
Shareholders of commercial law companies in Poland
Members of the management boards in Poland
Doing business in Poland
Nearly 5 million business entities are registered in Poland, including over 630,000 commercial companies and 292,000 civil law partnerships.
Business activity in Poland can be conducted not only by Polish citizens, but also by foreigners. Foreign nationals enjoy the freedom of establishment on the basis of international agreements concluded with the European Community. If the countries from which foreigners come are parties to these agreements, these persons undertake and conduct business activity on the territory of the Republic of Poland on the same terms as Polish citizens. Also foreigners who have, for example, a settlement permit or a refugee status can set up business in Poland.
Conducting business activity in Poland by foreigners:
Entrepreneurs within the meaning of Polish law are natural persons, legal persons or organizational units that are not legal persons, who conduct business or professional activity on their own behalf. In Poland, entrepreneurs are subject to the obligation to register in the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity (CEIDG) or in the business register of the National Court Register (KRS).
In order to set up a business in Poland, a number of conditions must be met which we discuss in the guide.
How to register a company in Poland?
From the TGC Corporate Lawyers guide you will learn how to set up a commercial law company /partnership in Poland step by step. We comprehensively discuss the obligations of the entities registered in Poland, as well as HR and tax issues. We also suggest how to keep employee documentation and what policy is worth implementing in the organization.
Commercial law companies in Poland
Companies regulated by the Commercial Companies and Partnerships Code:
Partnerships in Poland:
Companies in Poland: