How to register a company in the Netherlands
If you are a foreigner and having plans to start a Dutch company, you need to know how to register a company in the Netherlands. A BV structured company is very easy to start with. There are almost no requirements for starting a BV. The only legal requirement according to the Dutch law, is that your BV has a registered address in the Netherlands. The BV contains dived share wich are owned by different shareholders. These share can very easily be transferred, so you don’t have to travel to the Netherlands yourself. The company ‘set-up your Dutch company’ can easily assist you in starting your BV structured company in the Netherlands. They have attractive package deals; for example, taking care of all mentioned above will only cost you 950,- For this price you have a starting BV structured business in only 5 working days.
The company will help your gain a Netherlands company formation.
They need some information from the new company owner to start the process;
– form individual shareholders(s) and director(s) they need a copy of the passport, proof of the living address which is no older than 2 months (a gas or electricity bill will do perfectly) and the marital status. If your shareholders are companies, they need an original extract from the foreign trade register, an UBO declaration and a copy of the deed of incorporation. With only this minimal information they can start the process so you can start your Dutch company in less than one week.