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A Webinar on Company Formation & Taxation in Serbia

A Webinar on Company Formation & Taxation in Serbia

We’d like to invite you to join us on Wednesday, November 11 at 2 pm UK time for a webinar on company formation in Serbia and the many tax benefits available to investors and businesses in that jurisdiction.

This is a great opportunity to get acquainted with doing business in this central European country, so we sure hope you can be with us in a couple of weeks.

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See you then!

Do You Have Any Questions on Doing Business in Serbia?

As usual, our expert is eagerly waiting for your questions on taxation and company formation in Serbia.

Some of the questions to be covered by our panel include:

  • How does the process of setting up a company in Serbia work?
  • What are the main tax incentives of doing business in Serbia?
  • Besides the tax incentives, what are some of the other advantages to setting up your business in Serbia?
  • What sorts of accounting and tax obligations do companies have in Serbia?
  • And plenty more!

Don’t see your specific question there?

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Our Serbian Expert

Radovan Lalin, Partner, Lalin Law Office, SerbiaRadovan Lalin, Partner, Lalin Law Office, Serbia

Radovan Lalin is the founder and partner at Lalin Law Office in Serbia. He deals with all areas of foreign investments, cross-border transactions, offshore companies, tax optimization, media and entertainment law, and mergers and acquisitions. He has trained and worked in Novi Sad (Serbia), Den Haag (Netherlands), London (UK), Limassol (Cyprus), New York (USA), Nassau (Bahamas) and Zurich (Switzerland). Furthermore, Radovan has authored many articles, including the book “Offshore Business – Where & How?” and spoken at many conferences on foreign investments and cross-border transactions. Radovan is a member of the Serbian Bar and Law Society (since 1986), Meritas Law Firms Worldwide (since 1996), the Centre for International Law Studies (CILS) (since 2005), the International Bar Association (since 2011), and the International Tax Planning Association (since 2011).

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