Kyrgyzstan Limited Liability Company
- An LLC can be established with a minimum of one director and one shareholder from any nationality. Corporate entities may not be the sole shareholders of an LLC. No minimum share capital is required to establish a company.
- The LLC must not consist of more than 30 shareholders, otherwise it must be reorganized into a joint stock company within 1 year.
Kyrgyzstan Joint Stock Company
- A JSC can be wholly foreign-owned. A corporate entity can not be the only shareholder of the entity. A share capital of US$ 1,465 must be deposited at the time of incorporation.
- A Joint Stock company can be open or closed. An open JSC is permitted to issue public shares. A closed JSC has between 3 and 50 shareholders and its shares are not offered to the public.
Kyrgyzstan Branch Office
- Branch offices are used by foreign companies to operate in the country of origin. A branch operates within the range defined by the parent company. It can invoice local customers, sign local sales contracts and receive revenue from customers.
Kyrgyzstan Representative office
- The representative office is not allowed to make direct sales in the country. It can only engage in market research and promote the parent company’s business.