How to register a company in The Netherlands?
As per the new company law in the Netherlands, the Dutch BV formation may have one or more founders who can either be companies or be individuals. It even allows the company to have one shareholder, who is even eligible for being the manager. Above all, there is no requirement of minimum share capital. However, the founder of the company is required to deal out one share with a voting right.
One of the most basic requirements for the BV Company formation Netherlands is to have a registered address in the country. Before the company is registered, the articles of association and a deed of incorporation (in Dutch) must be drafted before a public notary. These documents contain complete information about the management board, the shareholders, the registered address, the authorized share capital, and a short detail of the business activities.