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Business Setup in Morocco - Company formation services in Morocco

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Business Setup in Morocco offers incorporation services no matter where you are in the world. Our extensive experience and in-depth incorporation knowledge means that we can offer client-focused expertise to the incorporation market across Morocco regions. From a wide range of companies types in Morocco (SNC, SARL, SARL FZ, SA, Auto-entrepreneur) we have over 10 years of experience, so clients rest assured of our knowledge and professionalism in handling the incorporation process. We offer a dedicated Account Manager, specialized in the field of company law and administration, as a point of contact during the year. They will assist you with your company administration, bank account opening and any other relevant services. Our professional team of Public Relations Officers are up-to-date with new laws and regulations in the formal incorporation process.

Which company type should I choose to do business in Morocco?

What are the steps to create a company in Morocco?

How much time before we can start the business in Morocco?

What are the required documents to setup a company in Morocco?

Leave it on Business Setup in Morocco, we will take the right steps to make sure your ideal company type is created seamlessly and without hassles. We will let you focus on your business strategy and your customers.

Talk to us if you are a foreign investor or an investment company looking to invest in Morocco. We will discuss with you the country advantages and the Moroccan government financial and legal support that will help you succeed in your business and protect your capital investment in Morocco. Contact us today  

Legal Forms of Companies in Morocco : the Most Common:

TheSociété Anonyme (SA)  (SA) (Limited:
•The minimum share capital is 300’000 MAD (about 33’000 USD) and 3 millions MAD in case the company call up funds publicly
• The number of shareholders cannot be less than 5
• The liability of the partners is limited to their contributions
• The appointment of a statutory auditor is mandatory
• The full subscription of capital is required (pay up at least ¼ of the shares’ face
value, the remaining part must be paid up within 3 years after the registration
of the company)
• Management: either a Board of Directors or a Management Committee with a
Supervisory Board
Société à Responsabilité Limitée (SARL) (Equivalent to LLC):
•The minimum capital is 10’000 MAD (about 1’100 USD)
•Set up by one or several individuals or companies up to 50, otherwise, it should be changed to a Société Anonyme (
•The liability of the partners is limited to their contributions
•The full subscription of capital is required (pay up at least ¼ of the shares’ face value, the remaining part must be paid up within 5 years after the registration of the company)
•Appointing a statutory auditor is not mandatory unless the turnover at the end of a financial year exceeds 50 millions MAD VAT excluded
• The shares cannot be transferable without the agreement of the majority of the partners, representing at least ¾ of the share capital
•One or more individuals may be appointed as manager (s)
The Branch
•No capital contribution
•The branch does not have a distinct legal personality from the company which creates it
• The appointment of a statutory auditor is not mandatory

Incorporation Procedure in Morocco

The setting up of an entity is subject to several formalities prescribed by the Moroccan legislation, mainly registration to the license tax, corporate tax, VAT, with the trade register and the Social Security Department (CNSS). The incorporation procedure would take 3 weeks
• The required documents for the setting up are provided to the Regional Investment Center which will provide the necessary registrations and assistance.
• There are 16 Regional Investment Centers (one shop for company registration and investment assistance) which assist investment projects.

Read more about Government Support to Foreign Investors:

Investment Support in Morocco by His Highness King Mohamed VI

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