Incorporate Dutch Limited Liability Company
Everything you need to know about incorporating a Dutch Limited Liability Company
Start the online incorporation procedure by filling in the online form. Prepare for questions about the LLC and shareholders.
Sign the incorporation documents in presence of a local lawyer/notary or at our office in Amsterdam.
Upon receival of the necessary documents you will receive the deed of incorporation and the Chamber of Commerce extract.
Drafting the articles of Association
The articles of association define the playing field of the company according to the Dutch law. They define the company’s purpose
and lays out how tasks are to be accomplished within the organization. You can think of the process of appointing new directors,
what to do with profits etc.
Drafting deed of incorporation
We will always first prepare a draft deed of incorporation to be approved by all shareholders.
Extract of Shareholders register
The shareholder register includes a list of all active and previous owners of a company’s shares. requires that every current shareholder be recorded. Each person’s name, address and number of shares held are registered, and all future changes will be update in the register.
Filling chamber of Commerce registration forms
These registration forms are obligated and need to be in Dutch. The notary will register the LLC with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce.
Extract of Chamber of commerce
An extract of the registration at the Chamber of Commerce is provided. This is proof of your registration at the Chamber of Commerce.
Incorporate your Dutch LLC in 15 minutes
Notary office costs
Normally, notary fees are added to the bill afterwards. We like transparency, so all notary fees are included.
Fiscal registration for all taxes
Your BV will be registered with the TAX Authorities. Tax- and VAT numbers will automatically follow within 2 weeks of incorporation.
3 reasons to choose to incorporate a LLC in the Netherlands
The Netherlands has some great policies for LLC’s, here are some:
Most business owners set up a BV structure for either fiscal reasons or liability reasons. With a Dutch BV your personal assets are protected against bankruptcy. This is not the case when you start a business as other common structures.
The Netherlands has created a business-friendly climate to attract foreign investors. Learn more about some of the many tax friendly features the Netherlands has to offer by clicking the link below.
A couple of years ago, the Dutch government started with simplifying the incorporation procedure of private limited liabilities companies (BV). This resulted in increased flexibility of the rules of incorporating an Dutch LLC. Learn more by clicking the link below.
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