Our Corporate team continually provides trusted advice to leading businesses in Bosnia and Herzegovina, offering a full complement of corporate services. In a very complex and bureaucratic legal system, Marić & Co was one of the first law firms to recognize the importance of providing integrated legal services. We assist investors from day one of their investment in Bosnia and Herzegovina on all issues related to company formation and corporate governance.
No matter the size or complexity of the transaction, our Corporate Department is ready to provide tailored advice and to fully protect clients needs.
We advise our clients on complex cross-border transactions in different industries, help them to negotiate and draft a wide variety of contracts, build new business partnerships and provide a full range of services related to formation and registration of business entities of all types, including branches of local and foreign entities, banks and microcredit companies.
We have pioneered M&A services in the banking sector, sale/purchase of high value stocks through stock packages, takeover procedures of joint stock companies and transfer shares of minority shareholders (squeeze out) in our market.
Legal complications in commercial matters can be prevented right from the initial stage with proper structure and legal documentation. By way of proper contract drafting and relevant legal research to identify your legal position and potential risks and problems, Marić & Co can assist you in fi...Read more
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s regulatory framework is as complex as its political set up. With our extensive knowledge of local regulations and experience assisting clients from various industries, we are well-positioned to help clients deal effectively and creatively with regulatory and compliance iss...Read more
One of the characteristics of the electrical energy sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina is an abundance of resources for production of energy, which puts Bosnia and Herzegovina on the map as an energy exporter. However, current plants are outdated, and their capacities will soon stop being able to sati...Read more