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Getting up and running a company can be very exciting and rewarding. But you should do it carefully, relying on legal expert advice from the ground up and at every stage, to avoid problem down the road and focus on what you do best and matter most: make your business prosper and grow.
Whether you are starting up a brand new company, buying an existing one, running, protecting selling or exiting your business, you need a preventive, responsive, plain and simple legal advice, with a bespoke approach and cost-effective, to best suit the specific company´s needs and your own.
Castro Sammartino & Pierini has great expertise in providing services to businesses of all sizes, from the smallest closely-held companies to large business entities, both domestic and multinationals.
Our expertise enables us to deal with all types of cases and issues, from routine to complex and extraordinary ones.
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From our Legal Blog
New rules on the Simplified Corporation in Argentina: the General Inspectorate of Justice adds requirements and controls
Given the new rules on the Simplified Corporation in Argentina (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS) issued by the General Inspectorate of Justice (the Inspección General de Justicia or IGJ), adding requirements and controls, we will mention below the modifications introduced.
COVID-19 has disrupted business all over the world and Argentina is not the exception, although perhaps more informed and prepared because the outbreak of the virus is reaching our country later than in Asia or Europe. Yet, the business impact is significant and has a wide range of legal projections, some of which we will briefly go through in this post.
Registration and good standing of foreign companies in Argentina: significative business activity and decision-making center outside the country
To register as foreign companies or keep their good standing, among other requirements, foreign companies in Argentina must show evidence that they carry out or keep a significant business activity and their decision-making center outside the country.