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Setting up a business in Poland: Forms of business entity

SummaryUK businesses in Poland tend to be big investors. According to the state inward investment agency, PAIiIZ, there are over 80 British investors present in the Polish market; companies like Tesco, BP, GlaxoSmithKline, Associated British Foods, Aviva and RSA. Yet looking at the structure of German and Italian investment in Poland, we can see thousands of SMEs which have set up manufacturing and service operations here. They have been doing profitable business here for years. There are, however, very, very few such companies from the UK present in Poland. One reason is that British owner-managers taking a look at the Polish market can be put off by the code-based legal system, different to English Common Law. There is more bureaucracy (Poland is not placed high in rankings of countries where it’s easy to do business); procedures are more complex and more time-consuming.

Category: Publications Type: Articles
2016-01-29, 12:00 am

Tax alert

Changes in tax law in 2016.

Category: News
2020-03-24, 12:00 am

The Corona Shield – Poland’s response

Last week, the Polish government announced a plan to combat the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic. The plan, covering five areas, was prepared jointly with the National Bank of Poland (NBP) and the financial supervisory body, the KNF. The PLN 212 billion package is worth over 9% of GDP, but only PLN 66 billion will have the form of direct expenditure. There are four sources of funding: the direct expenditure; guarantees from BGK, the state development bank; deferment of personal income tax (PIT) and social security (ZUS) contributions (PLN 74 billion); and the release of banks’ liquidity made by the NBP (PLN 70 billion).

Category: News
2020-04-03, 11:00 am

The anti-crisis shield - how to take advantage of the changes?

The anti-crisis shield is a package of solutions to mitigate the negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic on companies and employees. How can companies benefit from anti-crisis shield regulations and how to receive support?

Category: Events
2014-02-19, 12:00 am

British-Polish Panel Discussion: Healthy Ageing

The joint BPCC/UKTI event, supported by AstraZeneca, held at the British Embassy in Warsaw on 28 January, gave Polish experts the chance to discuss the healthcare challenges that face ageing societies.

Category: Event coverage
2018-06-26, 12:00 am

CMS expands its tax team and broadens its tax proceeding and transfer pricing services

CMS has added three experienced lawyers to its tax team and broadened its tax advisory services in representing clients in tax, penal and fiscal proceedings as well as in transfer pricing.

Category: News
2018-12-20, 12:00 am

A list of changes in law and drafts of legal acts which have a significant impact on ettrepreneurs

Compiled by: Krzysztof Borżoł, lawyer, Senior Associate at Taylor Wessing law firm in Warsaw

Category: News
2020-04-01, 12:00 am

How to take advantage of the anti-crisis shield?

The Anti-Crisis Shield is a package of aid for companies aimed at mitigating the negative economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Below we present the current overview of key changes for business. We also indicate possible preventive actions that entrepreneurs can take proactively to secure their business.

Category: News
2020-06-24, 10:00 am

Podatkowe aspekty Tarcz Antykryzysowych i Tarczy Finansowej w związku z COVID-19

Warsztaty składają się z 3 bloków tematycznych:

Category: Events