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We try to find individual, tailor-made solutions for every mandate, because every start-up comes to us with their very individual business model. One of the first questions in our discussions therefore usually revolves around the right choice of corporate form and company name for the German subsidiary. As a result, we often set up a subsidiary, such as a GmbH (limited liability company). However, founding a new company is not necessarily always the best solution.

For start-ups in the field of payment services, for example, there are certain licensing requirements that are granted in Europe solely by the competent home supervisory authority. In such a case, it may therefore be more advantageous to set up a branch office in Germany.

In order to avoid a delay in the go-to-market for our clients, such strategic considerations are also part of our counselling.