Wholly Foreign-owned entity
- The company can be 100% foreign owned. Neither a resident director nor a company secretary is required. There is no minimum capital required for the company to be formed. Full foreign ownership is restricted in a few sectors, in energy, transport and tourism.
- Foreign companies must pay a minimum tax and the incorporation is also relatively straight forward.
Limited Liability Company
- An LLC needs to appoint one shareholder and one director, they can be an individual or a legal entity. A minimum capital of US$ 105 must be paid within 12 months of the date of incorporation.
Joint Stock Company Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
- Our clients can opt either for a open or closed joint stock company. The OJSC (Open Joint Stock Company) allows unlimited shareholders to participate. The Closed Joint Stock Company (CJSC), permits shareholders up to a maximum of 50.
- A minimum share capital of US$ 210 and US$ 1050 is required for Closed JSC and Open JSC, to be deposited by the end of the financial year.
- Foreign companies are allowed to establish a branch office in the country. It can be engaged in profit-making activities limited to the scope of the parent company.
- The parent company needs to translate the corporate documents into Tajik language and has to legalize it by the local administration.
- This entity is not allowed to carry out any direct commercial activities. Although, it can conduct market research and promotional activities for the holding company.