Dutch company formation support
Our Dutch company formation support includes the incorporation of a B.V. (Dutch private LLC) with standard articles, including notary, English translations, the company’s registration with the Dutch tax authorities and the Chamber of Commerce and limited guidance by our tax experts as from EUR 895 (excl. vat). Additional charges may apply for specific circumstances (e.g. incorporation by a legal entity), see our prices page for more information.
A B.V. needs a Dutch address, which can also be part of a virtual office. In addition, there are (tax) compliance requirements. Also, you may require assistance with opening a bank account. We provide these and other services, see our full prices and services list here.
How to establish your B.V.?
To establish your B.V., please complete and determine the information required through our secure online incorporation form.
What is a B.V.
The B.V. is a private limited liability company with legal personality, of which risks are limited to the amounts invested by its shareholders. A B.V.’s capital is divided into one or more shares, whereas the shareholders are registered (in B.V.’s shareholders register). Since 1 October 2012 the B.V. regime has been made more flexible, that is the minimum capital is decreased to EUR 0.01, B.V.’s capital can be divided into shares which have no voting power or profit rights attached to them (e.g. for the purpose of financiers) and the shareholders’ meeting can be held outside the Netherlands.
Why use a B.V.?
The Dutch B.V. (“besloten vennootschap met beperkte aansprakelijkheid”) is the most commonly used legal form in the Netherlands for doing business, act as a holding company, IP licensing company, finance company et cetera. For many of our expat clients, the B.V. is the company of choice to run their business, while living in the Netherlands and making use of the favorable 30% tax ruling for the salary they obtain from their company.
B.V. for holding purposes
We have a special page on the legal and tax advantages of a Dutch holding company.
For more on the B.V. and other legal entities, we refer to our legal forms section.
Our office has extensive experience with assisting foreign companies in starting (or expanding) a business in the Netherlands by means of a B.V., N.V., foundation or a branch. For more on this, we refer to our sections legal forms and branch vs. subsidiary.Besides establishing your Dutch company, our office is pleased to offer business services.
In case you are interested in how the Netherlands can help your business, please contact us to discuss your situation.