How do I set up a company address in the Netherlands?

Russell Advocaten can assist you with arranging a company address or correspondence address (domicile) in the Netherlands by introducing you to a trust office. We work together with well-known trust offices. A trust office is also able to provide other trust services, including:

  • Acting as director of the BV
  • Selling legal entities
  • Acting as trustee

These trust offices can provide domicile and management services for fees around EUR 1,200 (one off set-up fee) and EUR 1,750 per year (corporate director fee (one director) including professional indemnity insurance).

Please note that additional (administrative, accounting and fiscal) services will be charged on an hourly basis (on average EUR 150 per hour). All amounts are excluding VAT.
 

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