Addressing International Workforce Recruitment Hurdles and Financial Procedure Dilemmas: Key Points from the Investors' Council

On 14 May 2024, the Investors’ Council convened to address pressing challenges of international workforce recruitment and various financial procedures, as well as the anticipated tax reform in Slovenia.

Matija Urankar (Law Firm Senica & Partners) provided an update following the recent meeting of Council members with representatives from key governmental bodies, including the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, the Ministry of the Interior, and the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. The main focus of this meeting was to address the challenges arising from the complex and lengthy procedures for obtaining residence and work permits for the recruitment of international workforce.

The complexities of account operations with Slovenian banks and procedures for setting up a company with shared capital in a foreign bank were outlined by the Council Chair Patrick Davidson (Matterhorn IDC). The Council agreed to undertake further steps in collaboration with relevant stakeholders.

During the session, Bojan Ivanc, Chief Economist of the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, served as a guest expert, offering insights into the anticipated tax reform scheduled for 2025. His presentation provided the Council members with a comprehensive understanding of the upcoming fiscal landscape.

Thank you to our member Steklarna Rogaška for hosting the meeting at its exquisite Rogaska crystal ambiance store.

Strategic Partner
Strategic Partner

Latest News