Business documentation

Making sure your business works for you

My time translating for finance teams working on international SAP implementation projects has proved to be invaluable to my understanding of financial content. As part of one project, I worked directly with the finance team, handling a range of interpreting and translation tasks for the financial sector.

Translation is essential for corporate documentation, contracts and agreements, which form the basis for operations abroad, and my expertise will ensure that your partners feel at ease with what they are signing.

As a business owner myself, I understand business, taxes and entrepreneurship, and I deal with a lot of the contracts between business partners and vendors. In 2015, I passed a bookkeeping exam, involving ledger entries and the principles of accounting for sole proprietors, and I also plan to take the public notarised translations exam during 2016, enabling me to offer certified translations for the following documents:

Financial statements

  • Balance sheets
  • Charts of accounts
  • Profit and loss accounts
  • Cash flow statements


  • Accounting and bookkeeping
  • Asset accounting
  • Management
  • Procurement
  • Treasury


  • Enterprise software
  • Information technology
  • Medical companies
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Retail
  • Wholesale

Legal documents

  • Anti-corruption policies
  • Articles of incorporation
  • Codes of conduct
  • Codes of ethics
  • End user agreements
  • EU funds
  • Founding acts
  • Independent contractor and employment agreements
  • Non-competition agreements
  • Non-disclosure agreements
  • Power of attorney documents
  • Prospectuses
  • Regulatory documentation
  • Terms of service
  • Trademark and copyright documentation
  • Volume licensing agreements

To find out more about my translation services for business, contact me for a quote.

Want a head start?

Take a look at my English-Croatian business glossary