When is the Holding incorporated?
After signing the power of attorney at the notary it takes normally 3 working days
Incorporate your new Dutch company easy with Firm24. A “Holding” is the Dutch alternative to the LLC (Limited Liability Company) or Ltd. (Limited). With a Holding you can easily divide your company structures with several BV's so that you never are personally reliable in the case of bankruptcy. The Netherlands has a strong reputation worldwide and is therefore the ideal country to start your company. As part of the Holding, the BV is internationally known with bankers, financial institutions and other investors, making it the perfect vantage point for doing business locally, and worldwide.* Please note that we currently cannot incorporate non-English speaking or foreign Entities as shareholder
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* This price is based on a basic incorporation, with 1 shareholder who is fluent in Dutch or English, and resides in the Netherlands. If your situation is different the price may be higher.
** International tax advice is not included and avaible through parners of Firm24.
*** Including extract from the Chamber of Commerce at € 12, excl. Excluding one-time registration fee of € 50 (this is a separate invoice that you receive from the Chamber of Commerce).
Most business owners set up a BV structure for either fiscal reasons or liability reasons. With a Holding structure you can take this one step futher. With a Holding structure you can protect your business and other ventures. Using several BV's in the Holding will ensure that in the case of a bankruptcy, your personal belongings, and other companies, are safe.
The Netherlands has created a business-friendly climate to attract foreign investors. We listed them in a blog that you can find below. Learn more about some of the many tax friendly features the Netherlands has to offer by clicking the link.
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 BV. Learn more by clicking the link below.