Setting up a branch office or representative office in Poland


Apart from registering a new business entity in Poland, foreign investors may establish in Poland a branch or a representative office. A branch is obligated to conduct its business activity within the scope of the (parent) company’s activities.
The scope of activities in the case of a representative office is restricted to advertising and marketing on behalf of the parent company.
Both branches and representative offices have to follow Polish legal regulations, including Polish accounting rules, while branches of foreign companies applying the IFRS must also follow international accounting standards.

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