Slovenia: CTC system in the pipeline

Enis Gencer
December 6, 2021

The Ministry of Finance has withdrawn its draft regulation, submitted to the Slovenian parliament in June 2021, which, if passed, would introduce mandatory B2B e-invoicing in the country. According to the draft regulation, all business entities would be obliged to exchange e-invoices exclusively in their mutual transactions (B2B). In the case of B2C transactions, consumers could opt to receive their invoices in electronic or paper form.

Discussions around the introduction of CTCs in the country continue to develop among various stakeholders, e.g. the local Chamber of Commerce. However, seeing as national elections are expected in the country in April 2022, the CTC reform is not expected to gain much traction until spring 2022.

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Enis Gencer

Enis Gencer is Regulatory Counsel at Sovos and is based in Istanbul, Turkey. With experience in compliance and legal consultancy he currently undertakes the legal monitoring and analysis of the regulations regarding electronic documents. Enis graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Law.
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