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What is the minimum capital requirement for Saudi Arabia?

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A: As a general principle, there is no minimum capital required for business establishment in Saudi Arabia. However, it is crucial to be aware that some specific sectors are subject to regulations that stipulate minimum capital requirements.
In sectors such as wholesale and retail trade, real estate financing, digital brokerage, collection of financing agencies debts, public transportation, and other transportation activities, Saudi regulations necessitate a minimum registered capital, which vary based on the sector between 2M SAR and 200M SAR. While there is typically no requirement for working capital, obtaining a commercial license in the wholesale and retail trade sectors without a Saudi partner mandate a minimum forecast working capital within the first five years. This forecasted capital can range from 200M SAR to 300M SAR, contingent on meeting various requirements.
Even in sectors where there is no specific minimum capital requirement, establishing a joint stock company entails a minimum of capital, irrespective of the sector. For closed joint stock companies, the minimum capital is generally set at 500K SAR, and in the case of a joint stock company owned by a single individual, the minimum capital is 5M SAR.
For more detailed information on sector-specific regulations, minimum share requirements, and capital considerations, we recommend contacting Empowerment Gate. Our expert team can provide personalized guidance and ensure that you have the most up-to-date and accurate information tailored to your business needs. Feel free to contact us for further assistance and clarification.

Note: The information provided is subject to change based on regulatory updates, and it is advisable to consult with Empowerment Gate for the latest and most accurate details relevant to your business.

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