Limited Liability company (d.o.o.)
- This is the most popular choice for doing business in Bosnia and Herzegovina. One director and one shareholder of any nationality is required to set up this entity. At least US$ 1,150 of paid-up share capital is required by law.
Public limited company (d.d.)
- To set up this business entity, one shareholder is required, which can be a person or a corporate entity. The shareholder does not need to reside in Bosnia. At least $29,000 of share capital is needed in case this entity issues shares to the public.
- This legal entity can do business operations, however, these will be defined by its parent company. At least one Bosnia resident has to be appointed as the representative of the company which can be of any nationality.
Bosnia and Herzegovina representative office
- This entity is not permitted to carry out any direct revenue generating activity in Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, this entity can conduct market research and also promote the business of its parent company.