Incorporation services we provide

Turkey is a country that offers great advantages for investors who want to open a company there. A gateway between Europe, the Middle East, and Central Asia, Turkey has a good economy, a liberalized investment climate and good taxation regime.

We are a company registration agent in Turkey, serving clients from any part of the world looking to expand to the important Turkish market. Our team consists of Turkish consultants and accountants who will work together to will help you set up a company in Turkey.

Since 2011, our company has expanded its activity in order to better respond to clients’ requests. Its areas of expertise include company registration, accounting and tax advisory services oriented towards foreign clients looking to set up operations in Turkey.

We provide company incorporation services in all of the major cities in Turkey.

Accounting Services

  • 1. A private owned Company in form of LLC or JS

    Owned by individuals. Capital requirement is 10.000 TL for LLC and 50.000 TL for JS. LLC are directed by managers whereas JS are directed by a board.

  • 2. A Subsidiary Company in form of LLC or JS

    Owned by local or foreign entities. Capital requirement is 10.000 TL for LLC and 50.000 TL for JS. LLC are directed by managers whereas JS are directed by a board.

  • 3. A Branch Company

    A branch is essentially an extension of the parent company outside the country. On the other hand, the branch is fully dependent on the parent company that is fully liable for the debts and obligations of the Turkish branch.

  • 4. A Holding Company

    A holding company, usually known as a parent company, is allowed to own shares in one or more companies called subsidiaries. The main role of a Turkish holding company is to control its subsidiaries and make sure they have enough capital. The holding, however, cannot undertake any commercial activity.

  • 5. A Liaison Office (Representative Office)

    Cautious entrepreneurs have an adequate solution to test the market – opening a liaison office, in accordance with the Law on Foreign Direct Investments. The Turkish authorities – especially the General Directorate of Foreign Investments – approve the opening of a liaison office, after the foreign investors present the documents required. Liaison Offices are exempt of taxes in Turkey.