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Company incorporation in the Netherlands (Holland)

With many years of experience in Company incorporation, we are uniquely placed to help you start your new company in Holland, whether you already live here or are a non-resident of the Netherlands.

We offer a range of services designed to help entrepreneurs get their company off the ground.

You can rely on our experience to provide you with the highest quality of service, because we listen to our customers and what they need.

Please contact us for more information on how our services can help your company get off to a successful start.

Types of legal form in Holland :

Non-limited liability company

  • Sole proprietorship (Eenmanszaak)
  • Limited partnership (Commanditaire
  • Vennootschap – CV)
  • Partnership as part of a joint venture (Vennootschap onder Firma – VOF)
    Partnership (Maatschap)

The most commonly used type of company is the BV, a limited liability company with a minimum share capital of €1.

  • Limited liability company (Besloten Vennootschap – BV)
  • Public limited company (Naamloze Vennootschap – NV)
  • Foundation (Stichting)
  • Association (Vereniging)
  • Cooperative (Cooperatie)

    The legal form most commonly used in the Netherlands is the limited liability company (Besloten Vennootschap – BV).

With us, you can set up your business remotely (saving time and travel expenses)!

Corporation tax in the Netherlands is 15% on profits of up to EUR 395,000 a year; profits of EUR 395,000 or more are taxed at 25.8%.

The Netherlands has a VAT rate of 21% on goods and services supplied in the Netherlands.

Between professionals outside the Netherlands, goods and services can be offered at a VAT rate of 0%. Companies with a VAT number can apply for a VAT refund.

For non-European investors, starting a business in the Netherlands and obtaining a residence visa through business immigration is a possibility.

We are improving our quality standards to provide the highest level of service.

Why work with us?

We can incorporate your company in the Netherlands quickly and provide a comprehensive service. On average, setting up a Dutch company takes up to 3 days from the time we receive your official, signed documents. With us, your Company incorporation can be done remotely. Our documents are translated into English.

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Setting up a Dutch company could be a good opportunity for your business:

  • 15% corporation tax, one of the lowest tax rates in Europe
  • 0% VAT for companies outside the Netherlands
  • Leading member of the EU
  • High-tech infrastructure
  • The Netherlands ranks 3rd in the Forbes
  • lobal Business list
  • 5th place in global competitiveness
  • Leading global banks (ING bank, ABN Amro, Rabobank)
  • Excellent international business climate
  • 93% native English speakers
  • The Netherlands is a logistics hub and gateway to Europe
  • Qualified workforce (3rd worldwide)
  • Possibility of business immigration
The Netherlands and Company incorporation: what type of company should you choose?

The Dutch BV (limited liability company)

is the most popular type for foreign investors to register a Dutch company. The Dutch BV can be registered with a minimum share capital of EUR 1, in accordance with company law.

The documentation required for Company incorporation will consist of a legalised and apostilled copy of a valid identity document (this can be done at your local town hall) and proof of address. A power of attorney must be signed by a notary for remote incorporation, but you don’t have to travel to Holland to do this. We can save you this hassle, which means you can set up your Company incorporation more easily than ever before. Shareholders can authorise us to take care of the necessary filings on their behalf.

With us, a personal visit is therefore not necessary to set up a Dutch company; the incorporation procedure can be completed from abroad. What’s more, we offer you remote banking*, again without the need to travel.

A limited liability company in the Netherlands may have shareholders and directors. For the registration process, the company’s shareholders must be verified and have the power to sign the deed of incorporation.

In addition, in the case of a partner that is a holding company, an extract from the trade register of the legal entity must be provided. If the registration is made remotely, a power of attorney must be received and signed on behalf of the shareholder or director.

In the case of corporate shareholders, the Dutch company will be a subsidiary. It is also possible to register a Dutch branch; a branch has less substance than a subsidiary and may be treated differently by the Dutch tax authorities. Substance may arise from the appointment of a resident director.

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Other types of company

The Dutch Foundation

Is a legal entity. Dutch foundations can be used as commercial entities, family funds and holding companies. The foundation may hold shares and real estate and may aim to make a profit. Dutch foundations may be exempt from tax under certain conditions or may even be exempt from accounting or reporting requirements. If the Dutch foundation is concluded under notarial contract, the foundation will be limited in liability.

The Dutch NV company

Also known as a civil liability company, this is a legal entity best suited to large companies when setting up a Dutch public company. It requires a minimum share capital of 45,000 euros. The Dutch NV is controlled by a board of directors. The annual meeting of shareholders can appoint directors or require changes in management.

Branches and subsidiaries


Setting up a branch in the Netherlands can be attractive for foreign companies. A subsidiary will generally be a Dutch BV owned by the foreign holding company. The main difference is that the subsidiary is completely independent, whereas the branch is not.

The general partnership

The general partnership is the type of partnership in which two or more partners work together with a common business name and business objective, although they are each legally independent. The directors are fully liable for the debts of the partnership. Profits are shared between the partners and there is no minimum share capital requirement. The disadvantage of a general partnership is that the partners can be held liable by creditors if the business cannot meet its payments.

The Dutch limited partnership

The Netherlands also has a type of partnership, known as a limited partnership and is comparable to an LLP. A managing partner has unlimited liability and a ‘silent’ partner has limited liability, if they do not participate in the management of the partnership. We do not provide services to Dutch limited partnerships.

Professional partnerships

A professional partnership in the Netherlands can be formed by two independent people, such as accountants, dentists or physiotherapists. The partners are liable for all liabilities.

Creating a company in the Netherlands: the procedure
The Company incorporation procedure can be effective within 3 to 5 working days. The most time is usually spent checking and drawing up the documents.

Step 1

- Identity details of the directors and shareholders of the BV company.
- A copy of the passport of all directors, shareholders and other beneficial owners.
- Notre formulaire rempli concernant la création d’une société.

Step 2

Once we have prepared the documentation for the company incorporation, the shareholders will have to go to the Dutch notary public to sign the incorporation documents. Alternatively, we can prepare the incorporation documents for you to sign in your home country.

Step 3

Our firm will handle the company incorporation in the Netherlands and file the company with the Dutch Companies Register. We offer remote bank account* introduction.

Création de société aux Pays-bas (The Netherlands), en Hollande, sans déplacement

Taxation of Dutch companies

When your Dutch company is registered with the tax office, it will pay tax on its profits. The lowest rate of corporation tax is currently 15% up to €196,000 profit per year; from 2022, the threshold for the lowest tax rate will rise to €316,000. The highest tax rate is 25.8%.

Many international companies have found the Netherlands to be an excellent country in which to optimise their international tax rates. This is mainly due to the attractive regulations and tax advantages for international companies.

Economic opportunities in the Netherlands

The Netherlands enjoys a stable position as a key member of the European Union and the ease of travel within the Schengen area. This offers many opportunities, as new trade routes and investments beyond the Dutch borders can be established.

The Netherlands is known for its accessibility to major markets. The ports of Rotterdam and the Europoort port area link international trade with mainland Europe. “Europoort” is Dutch for “Gateway to Europe”.

The country has maintained a 3rd position as the most competitive business environment in the world thanks to the Dutch business mentality and a solid transport infrastructure. The Dutch workforce is stable, well-educated and fluently bilingual, which makes recruitment and international relations easier; this and low-cost Dutch business start-ups make the Netherlands more attractive than some other Western European countries.

Frequently asked questions on setting up a Dutch company

Can I set up a Dutch company if I don't live in the Netherlands?

Yes, setting up a company in the Netherlands is permitted for residents of any country. The Netherlands has very welcoming regulations for foreign investors.

Do I need a commercial licence?

It depends on your business activity, but most companies in Holland are not regulated by business licences.

How quickly can I incorporate a Dutch BV?

If you can legalise your documents quickly (at the town hall), or if you can come to the Netherlands, your company can be incorporated within 3 to 5 working days.

What type of company do I need?

For most foreign entrepreneurs, the Dutch BV is the most appropriate type of company.

As an option, on request and subject to quotation, we can help you to create the economic substance of your company (setting up, implementation, recruitment, organisation, development).

Companies incorporation in the Netherlands offers many advantages, including attractive tax rates, a stable economic environment, a first-rate geo-strategic location, a highly skilled workforce, leadership in innovation and technological mastery, and an internationally renowned financial sector.

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Company incorporation in the Netherlands

Setting up a company in the Netherlands involves several key steps. Here is a general guide to the process of setting up a company in this country:

1. Choosing the legal form
The main legal forms in the Netherlands are

Eenmanszaak (Sole proprietorship)
Vennootschap onder firma (VoF, General partnership)
Besloten vennootschap (BV, Limited liability company)
Naamloze vennootschap (NV, Public limited company)

2. Choosing a company name
The company name must be unique and not confusing with existing names. It must also comply with Dutch business naming rules.

3. Check name availability
You can check the availability of the company name with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce (Kamer van Koophandel, KvK).

4. Drawing up articles of association
For BV and NV companies, it is necessary to draw up the company’s articles of association. These contain the company’s operating rules and must be notarized by a Dutch notary.

5. Registration with the Chamber of Commerce
All companies must be registered with the KvK. This can be done online or in person. You will receive a registration number (KvK-nummer).

6. Obtaining a VAT number
After registering with the KvK, you must apply for a VAT number (BTW-nummer) from the Dutch tax authorities (Belastingdienst) if your company is subject to VAT.

7. Opening a bank account in the Netherlands
We recommend that you open a Dutch business bank account to manage your company’s finances.

8. Comply with legal and tax obligations
Make sure you meet all legal and tax obligations, including periodic VAT declarations, corporate taxes and reporting obligations.

9. Insurance and compliance
Depending on the nature of your business, you may need to take out various types of insurance (public liability, employee insurance, etc.) and comply with regulations specific to your industry.

10. Recruiting
If you plan to hire staff, you must comply with Dutch labor laws, including registering employees with social security bodies and respecting collective labor agreements.

The Netherlands offers a business-friendly environment with an attractive tax system and a solid infrastructure to support foreign and local companies. It is advisable to consult a tax lawyer (which we are not), to analyze the legal and tax aspects specific to your situation.

Banking in the Netherlands

In the Netherlands, the banking sector is diversified and includes large international banks, cooperative banks and specialist banks. Here’s an overview of the main Dutch banks:

ING Group : This is one of the largest financial institutions in the Netherlands and a major player on the international banking scene. ING offers a wide range of banking services, including retail banking, commercial banking and asset management.

ABN AMRO : ABN AMRO is another major bank in the Netherlands, providing comprehensive banking services to individuals and companies. It is particularly well known for its private banking and asset management services.

Rabobank : Rabobank is unique in that it is a cooperative bank. It focuses primarily on the agricultural sector, but also offers general banking services to individuals and businesses.

SNS Bank: Part of the De Volksbank financial services group, SNS Bank offers retail banking services, including savings accounts, mortgages and investment products.

De Volksbank : In addition to SNS Bank, De Volksbank encompasses several other retail banking brands such as ASN Bank, which specializes in sustainable banking, and RegioBank, which focuses on local banking services.

Triodos Bank : Triodos is a bank specializing in ethical and sustainable finance. It focuses on investments that have a positive social and environmental impact.

Van Lanschot Kempen : This private bank focuses on wealth management, offering financial advisory and investment services to high-net-worth individuals and institutions.

In addition to these national institutions, the Netherlands is also home to branches of numerous international banks, further enhancing the diversity of the country’s banking landscape.

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Setting up a company in the Netherlands offers a number of attractive advantages for entrepreneurs and investors. Here are just a few reasons

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