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Company formation in Sweden begins with the submission of the proposed company name to the Swedish Companies Registration Office, after which a registration number is issued. Formation takes two to three working weeks.
Sweden has minimum requirements for share capital, and property can be included. One director must be a resident of the country, however, there are no restrictions on other directors and shareholders. Only one director and shareholder are required to establish a company.
Directors must establish their identities with the authorities through approved photographic ID, as well as residential address proof with a bank statement or utility bill from the last three months.
A company auditor has to be appointed with personal information relevant to the shareholders and the auditor submitted to the authorities. An auditor is not required if the company has fewer than three employees. Documents must be filed with the Company Registry, including the Articles of Association and the Statutes that apply to the company. The minutes of the meeting, where the first directors of the company are appointed, must also be supplied.
The next step is the issuance of a Certificate of Incorporation. A registered office is required to be maintained in-country supported by a registered agent, and administrative services for the business must be maintained. A resident director is needed for the serving of legal documents and also to open up the company bank account.
Annual fees are payable and a Register of Directors and Register of Shareholders should be maintained at the official address. Annual documents have to be filed to satisfy government requirements.