Setup a branch of a foreign company in Spain - remote service

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Our services for the set-up of a branch in Spain also include advice about the most suitable legal structure for your business, taking into account details such as the size of the company, the number of shareholders, the purpose of the business, and other issues that will have an impact on the associated taxes.

We will set-up a branch in Spain through a Power of Attorney, which is a document that is legally binding and grants an individual (or group of individuals) the right to act on behalf of a person for the stipulated tasks or responsibilities that are outlined within the Power of Attorney. It contains advanced provisions to better protect you. You choose when it takes effect and which powers/authorities to grant. The Power of Attorney can be signed in Spain but also at a Notary’s office in your country. In the latter case, the Apostille of The Hague Convention stamp would be mandatory.

Included in this service


Obtaining Mother Company’s Tax ID Number (& Digital Certificate)


Signing of the Establishment Deed at the Notary Office


Register the Incorporation Deed before the Company’s Office


Payment of Notary and Commercial Registry fees included

Pricing Breakdown

Price breakdown for all categories of services.

Full Service

$200 - $1000


Free - $50

Frequently Asked Questions

Users ask this questions about this service.

  • First, the rules of the corresponding Double-Taxation Agreement apply. In its absence, if your want to set up a branch in Spain, it is subject to the Income of Non-Residents for all the income obtained in Spain. The applicable general tax rate being 19 % for residents of other EU countries and 24 % for non-EU residents. No deductible payments made to the central branch in fees, royalties, property rights, interest, commissions, paid in consideration for technical assistance or use of property or rights.

  • The foreign company (parent) must deposit in the commercial register of the branch, the annual accounts or, where applicable, the consolidated accounts which have been prepared in accordance with foreign law.

  • An agent within the limit of the powers granted to him by the parent company. Legal representative is jointly and severally liable in any case of tax debts of the branch, without having to attend the negligence or culpability in its management and without the declaration of the failure of the branch as necessary.


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