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Zero Share Capital when incorporating in Finland

Did you know that there are no longer any requirements on minimum share capital for Finnish companies?

Since the 1st of July 2019 the previous minimum requirement of € 2500 as paid up share capital for Finnish limited companies was abolished. This has led to easier company registration as previously the company under formation had to open its own bank account and the share capital had to be deposited at the bank and the bank had to issue proof of the share capital having been paid before its registration. Today it is possible to incorporate a company without any deposit of share capital and the bank account opening can be delayed until later.

For more information please contact Till Sahlgren at the Helsinki office of Scandicorp.

info@scandicorp.com
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Welcome to the team Claudia Cantell

We are excited to welcome Claudia Cantell, as Administrative Assistant at Scandicorp.

She joined in mid-September and will be working with us while finalising her law degree. Claudia brings years of administrative expertise both from global corporate services providers and Finland’s second largest bank. She speaks Swedish, Finnish and English and will be working out of the Stockholm office.

Fun fact! Except from being an administrative genius our new team member won the Finnish championships in cheerleading twice and finished second in the World Championships!

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Pavel Teplykh – New Managing Director of Scandicorp

We are excited to welcome Pavel Teplykh, newly appointed Managing Director of Scandicorp.

Based in Stockholm, Pavel brings over 10 years of experience in the legal field, most recently as Senior Lawyer at a global Corporate Services Provider.

“I’m really pumped up to start delivering at Scandicorp! As this is my first MD appointment I was a bit nervous the first day or so, but I have to say, now three weeks in it feels like home already. Time to roll up the sleeves and get down to business!” Says Pavel Teplykh.

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