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Offshore Company Incorporation in the Netherlands

The Netherlands, preferably called Holland or the Kingdom of the Netherlands, is in the western part of Europe. The Dutch Corporate Law, often known as the "Company Act," governs corporations in Holland. The Civil Code also included regulations mandated by the Act on supervision of the safety of trade. The rules are therefore coherent with the European Economic Community Guidelines and the Registered Corporations Act.
The incorporation of a company in the Netherlands is simple. You only need two shareholders, and you can even nominate shareholders and directors for privacy reasons. The state doesn't need a minimum authorized capital value. Finally, it is a double tax treaty, which means that you are only taxed once. Hence, it is an excellent place to do business.
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The Netherlands, preferably called Holland or the Kingdom of the Netherlands, is in the western part of Europe. It has three island territories in the Caribbean and neighbors Belgium to the south. The Netherlands borders Germany on its East and the North Sea at the northwest. Besides, Netherlands still shares naval borders with Belgium, the U.K, and Deutschland. With Amsterdam being its capital, it still features other large cities, such as The Hague and Rotterdam.

The Dutch Corporate Law, often known as the "Company Act," governs corporations in Holland. The Civil Code also included regulations mandated by the Act on supervision of the safety of trade. The rules are therefore coherent with the European Economic Community Guidelines and the Registered Corporations Act.

 

Benefits

1.  Two Shareholders - Incorporation only requires two shareholders for it to be approved.

2.  Nominees can be used to maintain privacy – A nominated shareholder or a manager can be employed to safeguard the confidentiality of real shareholders. 

3.  The Netherlands has no minimal authorized capital -  For almost ten years, Dutch firms have not been required to report minimum authorized capital rates. 

4.  Maritime Hub - Holland boasts one of the globe's most significant ports, making it a world-class transportation hub.

5. The Netherlands has multiple taxation agreements with several nations, like the U.S. Therefore, preventing foreigners from double taxation on the same income. 

 

Time to incorporate

First, all you need to do is submit the documents for approval by the chamber of commerce. Once done, it will take five to ten business days to get approved.


Service fee

The incorporation fee is always constant, 50 euros. On the other hand, the annual subscription or renewal fee will range from €1,500 to €2,500.

 

Documents required

1. Document showing the name of the company, all shareholders, directors, and beneficial owners.

2. Scanned Passports shareholders, investors, and directors

3. Documents showing the actual existence of the shareholders, investors, and directors.

4. Personal resume of each of the above members

 

Process of registration

Pick a name 

Request a complimentary name search for your corporation. The chamber of commerce will evaluate the name's and advise you if it doesn't meet the requirements.

 

Filling in 

After registering, you have to log in and input the names of the directors and shareholders with their info as well. You still need to fill in the corporation's shipping address. 

 

Make a payment

You can either use credit, PayPal, or Wire Transfer as modes of payment.

 

Delivery 

 

All essential soft copy papers, such as the Certificate of Incorporation, Registration, and Memorandum and Articles, will be sent to you. That means you are legally free to do your business in the Netherlands. 

 

Open a corporate bank account.

Lastly, you have to use the above documents to start a corporate bank account.

 

FAQs                                 

What is the meaning of BV in Holland?

When incorporating a limited liability company in the Netherlands, the government gives two options. These are the Naamloze Venootschap, NV, which applies to public corporations, and the Besloten Vennootschap, BV, for private corporations. They both stand as separate legal entities.

 

Does one need a shareholder with the BV incorporation process? 

There must be at least one shareholder to form a BV. As the corporation's owner, the shareholder is responsible for the day-to-day operations.

 

What is the meaning of a corporation deed for a business or individual?

One or more incorporators must sign an Incorporation Deed before a Latin Notary to form a Dutch LLC. A corporation's constitution is included in the deed, which is deemed as the company's law. In addition, it must cover all the procedures of the recently created firm.

The Dutch incorporation deeds include articles of association (AoA) which comprise the

1. Corporation's name;

2. It's a working office,

3. Scope  of work

4. Quantity of authorized capital and share values

5. Year of finance

6. The Managerial board's authority

7. Supervisory board appointment

8. Limitations on transfer and share issues

9. Other relative regulations concerning the organization of meetings and reforms. 

The deed is only validated when approved by the Latin notary.

 

Wrapping up

The incorporation of a company in the Netherlands is simple. You only need two shareholders, and you can even nominate shareholders and directors for privacy reasons. The state doesn't need a minimum authorized capital value. Finally, it is a double tax treaty, which means that you are only taxed once. Hence, it is an excellent place to do business. 



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