Recently formed S.A.R.L. companies in Monaco

 December 31, 2018



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The Principality offers multiple business formation possibilities from the one person sole-trader to a multi million Euro worth company.

Operating a business in the Principality of Monaco always involved extraordinary benefits and clear reasons, motivations. As we see it the top three reasons are Flexibility, Added values and of course Taxation.

However it is highly important to know that a Government authorization is required for any kind of business activity in the territory of the Principality of Monaco.

Please find below the recently formed companies.

Société à Responsabilité Limitée (SARL)

  • ALDEN’T 
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: Mlle Déborah CAMPI)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEOs: M. Arthur TRAWINSKI & Mme Irmina NAZAR)
  • GTCS Monaco
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Sofiane ALLALOU)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Peter HAMMER)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Trevor SILVER)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEOs: Mme Nathalie PARISOT & M. Morgan CARLIER)
  • LAMA
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: Madame Christine PEDRONI)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. François RICHARD)
  • LJPF
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Patrick FAIVRE)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Massimiliano MORDENTI)
  • MC BIM
    (Share capital: 50.000 euros – CEO: M. Cyril CROS)
    (Share capital: 90.000 euros – CEOs: Mme Manuela PETRY & Mme Évelyne DA SACCO)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: Monsieur Inigo LOPEZ de la OSA ESCRIBANO)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Gérard CARCIANI)
    (Share capital: 20.000 euros – CEO: M. Jean-Pierre PASTOR)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: Monsieur Andreas FIBIGER)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Thierry LERA)
  • THC
    (Share capital: 120.000 euros – CEO: M. Philippe DE MUENYNCK)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Mauro COLAGRECO)
    (Share capital: 15.000 euros – CEO: M. Jean-Marc GIRALDI)

The société à responsabilité limitée is one of the most common legal forms. It limits the shareholders’ liability to the amount of their contributions.

It gives a family touch to the firm. It enables a firm to be set up with less capital. It can be managed by a third party.

A SARL is formed between two or more people with liability limited to the amount of their capital investment. There is a fixed minimum capital investment which must be released to an account at a Monaco bank, opened for this purpose. Proof of this is required when applying for registration with the Trade and Industry Register (Registre du Commerce et de l’Industrie, RCI).

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