At Worldwide Fellow, our experts are readily available to assist our global clients to register a company in the Netherlands. The services include company formation, providing local nominee directors, and opening corporate bank accounts.
On average, your Netherlands company can be registered within 3 working days upon submitting the necessary documents.
The Netherlands is a popular jurisdiction for offshore companies due to its stable political environment, strong economy, and favourable tax policies. Setting up an offshore company in the Netherlands can provide numerous benefits such as access to a large pool of skilled labour, a strategic location for doing business in Europe, and a well-developed financial sector. The Netherlands has a modern and efficient legal system, and its strict adherence to the rule of law makes it a reliable and trustworthy jurisdiction for those looking to set up an offshore company.
In terms of tax, the Netherlands has a competitive corporate tax rate and a number of tax incentives and reliefs available to businesses. The Netherlands is also known for its favourable tax treaty network, which can provide additional tax benefits for international companies.
Overall, the Netherlands is a good choice for those looking to incorporate an offshore company in a reputable jurisdiction with a favourable business environment and strong legal system.
Minimum of 1 Director
Minimum of 1 Local Director
Nominee Director Services Available
Minimum of 1 Shareholder
Minimum of 1 Corporate Secretary
Company Name Reservation
Preparation of all necessary documents of your company with the Registrar
Certificate of Incorporation
First Board of Directors Resolution
Provision of Registered Address
Annual Renewal Services
Point of Contact to Receive Notices from Local Authorities
Provision of Company Secretary for 1 year
Additional Services (Variation Order)
Company Rubber Stamp
Bank Account Opening Assistance
Virtual Offices Available
Annual Nominee Director Services
Yes. Companies are taxed on worldwide income at 20% for the first €200,000, and at 25% on the rest.
Yes, dividends are taxable at 0% – 15% rate regardless of the source of income (domestic or foreign). This tax can be offset against income tax (or corporate income tax if the shareholder is a private/public limited company).
VAT taxes are levied at 6% -21%.
A BV, or Besloten Vennootschap, is a private limited company while NV, Naamloze venootschap, is a public limited company. Generally speaking, the main difference would be the size and structure of the company.
No. Companies in the Netherlands can be 100% foreign owned.
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