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Adminex SLOVAKIA

Miletičova 21
821 09 Bratislava
Slovakia
Tel. +421 2 5057 4021
General Manager
Miroslav Bednár
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Miroslav Bednár
Financial executive and consultant with broad experience in all aspects of general company management: financial, accounting and auditing. Skilled HR manager. Direct experience in representing companies in various areas, with cashflow, cost control and strategy. Interested in early-stage startups as well as mature companies seeking to outsource their admintrative processes and management; ready to provide financial and interim consulting.

Specialties: Business administration, finance, accounting, taxation, international business, management and financial consulting. Company representation, negotiations with the third party. Native Czech who feels at home in Belgium as well as in Australia.

After falling of the iron curtain and peaceful disposal of the former Czechoslovakia became Slovak republic one of the most attractive Eastern European countries for foreign investors. The mainly named reasons for the Slovak attractiveness are:

- EU and NATO membership

- Currency (euro)

- Transparent and simple tax system

- Flexible, responsible, highly educated work force

- no problem finding skilled engineers and top managers throughout Slovakia

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SLOVAKIA

After falling of the iron curtain and peaceful disposal of the former Czechoslovakia became Slovak republic one of the most attractive Eastern European countries for foreign investors. The mainly named reasons for the Slovak attractiveness are:

- EU and NATO membership

- Currency (euro)

- Transparent and simple tax system

- Flexible, responsible, highly educated work force

- no problem finding skilled engineers and top managers throughout Slovakia

Furthermore, Slovakia has a strategic location in the heart of Europe 45 minutes to Vienna, 3.5 hours to Prague, and 2.5 hours to Budapest is politically and economically stabile and reaches one of the fastest EU growth rates.

Slovakia has app. 5.4 Million tenants, half a Million of which live in the capital Bratislava. Bratislava is the main political, industrial, cultural and student Slovak town. With its historic downtown and new business and shopping centers is Bratislava the financial, business and touristic center of Slovakia.

 adminex Group strengthened its position in Slovak republic in the year 2016 by offering Glocal solutions based on a local team with international experience. The local team consist of experts in the following positions: tax advisory, controlling, internal audit, book keeping, payroll clerk and assistance in banking.

We offer Glocal advice in the area of business consulting, customer service, tax advisory, tax due diligence, transfer pricing, controlling, internal audit, book keeping and payroll outsourcing and other services needed by our clients. We advise our clients straight from the establishing of their business unit in Slovakia, helping them with initial steps as registrations with the state administration, employment of employees, business adjustment, business structure, setting up controlling and reporting.

Our solutions are focused to achieve our clients’ success and give them the strength for making the right decisions.

SLOVAKIA Insights
  • Mr. Rober Fico, Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic attended the managerial meeting in the head office of the Managerial Confede..
    Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic, Robert Fico has encouraged the Spanish Companies to invest in his country.

    Mr. Rober Fico, Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic attended the managerial meeting in the head office of the Managerial Confederacy . In the meeting participated also the vice-president of CEOE, Juan Lazcano; the secretary of the State of Infrastructures, Transport and Housing, Rafael Catalá; the Slovak deputy prime minister for the Investments, L’ubomír Važny; and the general director of the Slovak Agency for the Promotion of Investments and Commerce, Robert Šimončič.

    During the meeting, the Slovak prime minister has announced that the Government prepares a package of measures, which would suppose the creation of approximately 60.000 workplaces until the year 2014 and would serve to promote the I+D+i,  among others.

    In this way, “the government of the country has in view to reduce of the juvenile unemployment as well as the long- term unemployment”, assured Robert Fico. He emphasized that the entry of Slovakia in the European Union in the year 2007 has been very positive, and not only it helped in integration in the European structures but also the received structural funds helped to reach the sustainable development in the region, to carry out the necessary fiscal consolidation and to diversify the industry of the country through the investments in diverse sectors. He informed that at the moment there are seventy Spanish companies operating in the country.

    Juan Lazcano concurred with the Slovak prime minister, that the modernization process in the country has been considerable from the adherence to the European Union, what has helped to reach a GDP of 2,2 % in 2012 and is foreseen close to 1,7 % in 2013 and of 3 % in 2014. He also assured that the structural funds will be assigned to sectors of interest in which Slovak might collaborate with Spain, like infrastructures, energy, environment, telecommunications, tourism, food and agriculture sector, management of the water or energy.

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