Doing business in Slovakia
Explore the key issues for doing business abroad, from setting up a business in Slovakia to understanding the local business environment. Find guides and other resources to support your organisation's global growth.
Ease of Doing Business in Slovakia
Summary of comprehensive annual data collated by the World Bank giving key indicators for business and economic conditions. Includes information on typical business procedures, showing time to complete and associated costs for each step.
Slovakia company registration
Comprehensive guide produced by Healy Consultants explaining company structures and business entity types, fees and timelines for incorporation, accounting and tax in this jurisdiction and comparisons with other countries in the region.
Overseas Business Risk - Slovakia
Report from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office looking at potential risks for UK businesses operating in this country. It includes economic and political risks, human rights issues, bribery and corruption, terrorism, intellectual property and organised crime.
Doing Business in the Slovak Republic
Guide prepared by Moore Stephens member firms on doing business with or in this country. It also provides useful information for those living and working in the Slovak Republic either temporarily or permanently. Published in January 2018.
Doing Business in the Slovak Republic 2020
A business guide from Baker & McKenzie which helps companies understand the economic, legal and regulatory structures of Slovakia. Published in 2020.
Investment in Slovakia
Guide produced by KPMG in June 2017. Chapters cover the labour market, investment incentives, living and working in Slovakia and geographical risks of foreign direct investment.
Slovak Republic: Guide to Doing Business
Guide published by legal firm Lex Mundi, providing an overview of the legal and business environment in the Slovak Republic.
On our Exporting to Slovakia page you can find export guides, trade forecasts and economic and political updates.
European Corporate Governance Institute
The European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) aims to provide 'a forum for debate and dialogue between academics, legislators and practitioners, focusing on major corporate governance issues and thereby promoting best practice'. The ECGI website also provides a directory of national Corporate Governance Codes, Principles & Recommendations.
European Commission: Corporate governance
Overview of current regulations and updates covering directors and board members, shareholders, employee share ownership, remuneration policies, transparency, and financial institutions. The page links to EU Directives, recommendations and proposals.
Law and regulation
Doing Business law library
Collection of business laws and regulations from economies around the world, linking to official government sources. Topics include company law, labour, tax and trade.
International debt collection handbook
Detailed guide compiled by Atradius looking at debt collection procedures, legislation and culture across 35 countries, including a profile of this jurisdiction. Profiles include information on the amicable phase, legal procedures, enforcement, insolvency proceedings and arbitration and mediation.
Forums and support networks
British Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic
A support network for promoting business and trade between Britain and the Slovak Republic.
Slovak Chamber of Commerce & Industry
A support network for promoting business and trade.
Enterprise Europe Network
Network created by the European Commission of business support organisations helping SMEs to gain access to the EU market.
Embassies and consulates
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