The GCC is a regional organization comprising six Middle Eastern countries: Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, and Qatar. A GCC national company is typically owned and operated by nationals or residents of these GCC countries. If you are a GCC-based investor aspiring to seize this promising business venture in Saudi Arabia, Helpline Group is your trusted partner. We possess the expertise to guide you seamlessly through every step of the establishment process, ensuring a successful and efficient setup for your business venture in the Kingdom. Navigating the complex landscape of foreign investment in Saudi Arabia can be challenging, but with Helpline Group’s support, you can leverage our experience and understanding of local regulations and requirements to your advantage. Whether it’s setting up a new business entity or expanding your existing operations, we provide comprehensive assistance to ensure that you meet all legal obligations and compliance standards.
What is a GCC national company?
Establishing a company in Saudi Arabia presents a unique opportunity exclusively available to GCC nationals. The Saudi government has designed a special initiative to encourage investment from fellow GCC countries. Through this initiative, GCC nationals can enjoy the same advantageous privileges and benefits as Saudi nationals when they establish a GCC company in the Kingdom.
What amount of capital is needed for establishing a GCC national company?
Establishing a company in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries involves various factors that determine the required capital. The specific capital requirements can vary based on the country within the GCC and the nature of the business.
The procedure for setting up a GCC national company in Saudi Arabia