This prestigious legal form, which a company with the a.s. suffix undeniably is, offers a suitable platform for more ambitious projects, moreover with the option of ensuring the anonymity of the ownership structure. Anybody can become a shareholder (respectively owner) of a ready-made joint-stock company and simple physical handover suffices to transfer shares. Therefore, the company’s ownership structure can easily be altered.
WHY FROM SPOLEČNOSTI RAZ, DVA, TŘI?
SPOLEČNOSTI RAZ, DVA, TŘI offers a.s. with 100% of the registered capital of 2,000,000 CZK paid, which means the shareholders are not liable for the company's obligations with their assets, which are strictly separated from the company’s assets.
Buy a ready-made joint-stock company today and start your business immediately! You will get a reliable and clear form of business, and change the name and subject of activity to meet your needs. Support and advice from SPOLEČNOSTI RAZ, DVA, TŘI in all the steps needed to acquire your ready-made joint-stock company are a matter of course. Discover all the benefits this unique service offers!
WHY CHOOSE A READY-MADE JOINT-STOCK COMPANY?
- 100% of registered capital paid
- You are not liable for the company’s obligations with your assets
- Prestigious form of business with optional owner anonymity
- Transfer of shares by simple handover
- Serious and comprehensive services during the purchase of your ready-made a.s.
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MORE ABOUT JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES (AS)
A joint-stock company is a corporate legal form, where the registered capital is divided into a certain number of shares with a certain nominal value. While the company is liable for the violation of obligations with all of its assets, the shareholder is not liable for the company’s obligations. The company’s commercial name must contain the designation “joint-stock company” (in Czech: “akciová společnost”) or the abbreviation “akc. spol.” or “a. s.” The registered capital of a joint-stock company founded without a public offering of shares must be minimally 2,000,000 CZK. All of the ready-made joint-stock companies we offer have a fully-paid registered capital.
ALL ABOUT SHARES
A share is a security, which substantiates the shareholders right as a partner to participate in the company’s management, profit and potential liquidation balance after the company’s dissolving according to the Commercial Code and the company’s statutes. Shares are issued according to a special law in certificated form (hereinafter “certificated shares”) or in book-entered form (hereinafter “book-entered shares”).
Shares can be either bearer or registered shares. All of the ready-made joint-stock companies we offer issue registered shares.
Bearer shares must contain: the commercial name and registered office of the company, the nominal value and indication of the form of the share.
Registered shares must contain: the commercial name and registered office of the company, the value of registered capital and the total number of shares as at the issue date of shares, and the issue date of shares. At the same time, the company must keep a list of shareholders, which contains: identification of the type and form of the share, its nominal value, commercial name or designation and registered office of the legal entity or name and address of the individual that is a shareholder, potential numerical identification of the share and any changes in this data. The statutes may limit, but not entirely preclude the transferability of registered shares. A certificated registered share is transferable by endorsement and handover. The endorsement indicates the commercial name or designation and registered office of the legal entity / name and address of the individual to which the share is transferred and the date of share transfer. The certificated share must also contain numerical identification and the signature of the member or members of the board of directors who are authorised to act for the company as at the issue date.
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ALL ABOUT COMPANY BODIES
The company’s activities are managed by the board of directors, which also acts on its behalf as the statutory body. Each individual member thereof can also act on the company’s behalf. The board of directors of a joint-stock company has at least three members, unless it is a company with a sole shareholder.
Only an individual that has reached the age of 18 years, is fully qualified to undertake legal acts, has integrity in the meaning of the Trades Act, and has not been the subject of an incident that would pose an obstacle to operating a trade according to the Trades Act can be a member of the board of directors.
Members of the board of directors elect a chairman of the board. The actual members of the board of directors are elected and recalled by the general meeting. The statutes may designate that the members of the board of directors are elected and recalled by the supervisory board in the manner set out therein. The term of in office of the individual members of the board of directors is stipulated by the statutes and cannot exceed five years. They are obliged to carry out their capacities with due economic care and preserve the confidentiality of information and facts, the disclosure of which to third parties could be detrimental to the company.
The supervisory board oversees the execution of the board of directors’ function and fulfilment of the company’s business activities. It must have at least three members, whereas the number of members must always be divisible by three. Only an individual that has reached the age of 18 years, is fully qualified to undertake legal acts, has integrity in the meaning of the Trades Act, and has not been the subject of an incident that would pose an obstacle to operating a trade according to the Trades Act can be a member of the supervisory board. The members are elected for the term stipulated in the statutes, and the term in office of a supervisory board member must not exceed five years, whereas the first term in office of supervisory board members is 1 year from incorporation of the company. A supervisory board member cannot simultaneously be a member of the board of directors, proxy or person authorised to act on behalf of the company according to the entry in the commercial register.