Through this article, our ambition is to briefly describe the process of the dissolution and winding-up described in the Spanish Companies Act as a mechanism to put an end to the activity of a company in Spain, but also to clarify the main difference with the process of winding-up in the case of bankruptcy.
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With both a Business Administration degree and a Law degree, José María Mesa specializes in company law, civil-commercial contracts and mergers and acquisitions.
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One of the main investment alternatives in Spain for a foreign company is the establishment of a subsidiary. This article briefly reviews the two main types of companies in Spain and the ordinary procedures for their establishment.
This article briefly analyses the main differences between setting up a branch or a subsidiary; these differences should be kept in mind when choosing one or the other as a way of investing in Spain.
This article contains some basic notes on the concept, main characteristics, process of formation and fiscal regime applicable to a Spanish branch, one of the main ways of investing in Spain.