Your contact in Poland
Liliane Preusser

Phone: +48 32 330 12 00
E-Mail

Your contact in Germany
Magdalena Bogacz-Malinowska

Phone: +49 (30) 81 07 95 - 31
E-Mail

Joanna Haßler

Phone: +49 (2 21) 94 99 09 - 452
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Germany: An Opportunity for Polish Companies

Due to its close proximity to Poland and the investment-friendly environment, Germany is a very attractive destination for Polish companies to expand their business. In addition to the strategic foreign trade partnership between the two countries, Poland has enjoyed significantly easier access to the German market, especially since Poland’s accession to the EU in 2004.
 
More and more Polish companies are opening offices in Germany – primarily in Berlin, Cologne and Frankfurt. A stable legal system and efficient administration offer a high degree of investment security. In addition, Germany is a quality-conscious and financially strong sales market. Polish companies investing in Germany operate in a wide spectrum of industries ranging from fuel, chemistry, IT, to assemblage and construction to trade and services.

Our one-stop concept for Polish companies in Germany

For many years, Rödl & Partner has been advising foreign investors from various industry branches on almost all legal and tax-related aspects of their engagement in Germany.
 
Our offices in Berlin and Cologne serve as the key hubs for advisory to Polish companies in Germany. Our Polish-speaking lawyers and tax advisers are on hand to assist you there.
 
The most sought-after services include:

  • Company formations;
  • Handling of M&A transactions  (company acquisitions and  divestments);
  • Restructuring;
  • Joint venture-related advice;
  • Drafting of commercial agency contracts;
  • Representation in court proceedings;
  • Resolving of labour law related disputes
  • Bookkeeping services and tax returns;
  • Assistance during tax audits;

Outside Germany, Rödl & Partner is present  in 49 countries with wholly-owned offices. We are thus able to offer comprehensive advisory services to Polish investors who use Germany as a springboard for expanding into the West.