Establishing legal entities in Switzerland and China


On 8th June 2017 Meyerlustenberger Lachenal delivered a presentation at the Swiss-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (SCCC) on the topic of establishing legal entities in Switzerland and China. Florian Müller and May-Si Hau, members of firm’s China desk, informed the audience about the process and the requirements for the establishment of a legal entity in Switzerland and in China and pointed out the main differences and similarities between the Swiss Stock Corporation (AG) and the Chinese Limited Liability Company (WFOE). The full presentation is available to you by clicking here.

Meyerlustenberger Lachenal’s China Desk, lead by Jean-Christophe Liebeskind, advises and supports clients in the process of establishing legal entities in Switzerland and China and in all other corporate matters arising after the entities’ establishment; in German, French, English and Chinese. The firm’s Zug office, in particular Florian Müller, regularly provides notarizations and other corporate documentation in Chinese (with German, French and English translations), including the establishment of Swiss entities and all accompanying documentation. To download a document presenting Meyerlustenberger Lachenal’s China Desk, in Chinese, please click here.