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Seychelles general information

Seychelles: general information

Presentation of general information about the Seychelles, peculiarities of the historical, political and economic development, investment environment, business industry and set of financial instruments as well as international reputation of the jurisdiction

Seychelles general information
Why to choose Seychelles?

Why to choose Seychelles?

Detailed research of features and advantages of all business companies types which could be incorporated within the jurisdiction of the Seychelles

Why to choose Seychelles
Seychelles: IBC & CSL

Seychelles: IBC & CSL

The brochure is devoted to research registration process, capabilities, tax rates and application practice in business environment of Seychelles IBC and CSL.

Why to choose Seychelles
Seychelles: Foundations, Trusts, Limited Partnerships

Seychelles:
Foundations, Trusts, Limited Partnerships

The brochure deepen in the essence of the next types of Seychelles entities such as foundations, trusts and limited partnerships which are considered suitable vehicles for international tax planning, assets protection and other financial activities.

Why to choose Seychelles
Seychelles: Cooperation between companies

Seychelles:
Cooperation between companies and banks

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Why to choose Seychelles
Seychelles: frequently asked questions

Seychelles:
frequently asked questions

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UNITED KINGDOM: OVERALL REVIEW

UNITED KINGDOM: OVERALL REVIEW

In this brochure, examples of practical use of an LTD are examined eg provided detailed information on a business purposes as using an LTD as company receiving dividends, holding company and nominee or agent. Another one issue is to study complex guidance how to rule an LTD and LLP.

UNITED KINGDOM: OVERALL REVIEW
UNITED KINGDOM: LTD & LLP (part 1)

UNITED KINGDOM: LTD & LLP (part 1)

This brochure presents an information about tax rates and tax residence status in the UK. In addition, it is studying the details of the most demanded business structures, particularly Private Company Limited by shares (LTD) and Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)

UNITED KINGDOM: LTD & LLP (part 1)
UNITED KINGDOM: LTD & LLP (part 2)

UNITED KINGDOM: LTD & LLP (part 2)

In this brochure, examples of practical use of an LTD are examined eg provided detailed information on a business purposes as using an LTD as company receiving dividends, holding company and nominee or agent. Another one issue is to study complex guidance how to rule an LTD and LLP.

UNITED KINGDOM: LTD & LLP (part 2)
Public Limited Company

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Scotland: WHY NOT?

Scotland: WHY NOT?

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Hong Kong: Comprehensive Review

Hong Kong: Comprehensive Review

This brochure dedicated to inform about business atmosphere and business facilities in the studied jurisdiction, explain the reasons of popularity of Hong Kong entities for tax-optimisation purposes. Familiarity with this brochure is the first step on a way to the possibility of carrying on successful business in stable economic conditions of Asian region with maximum benefits.

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Hong Kong: Choosing Business Vehicles

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Hong Kong: Frequently Asked Questions

Hong Kong: Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions
Business Purposes: Regular Practice

Business Purposes: Regular Practice

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A COMPANY IN THE NETHERLANDS

Accounting: Yes, Secretary: Yes,

0%

€3,800

0%

Formation time :

15 days

Minimum capital :

€1

ANNUAL FEE :

€3,000

ADVANTAGES OF COMPANY IN THE NETHERLANDS:

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  • Full tax exemption of dividends and capital gains on shares in
    qualifying subsidiaries
  • Annual fees and operating expenses relatively low
  • Low or no tax burden on the repatriation of profits

100%

  • Excellent infrastructure and easy
    access to the financial markets
  • No foreign currency exchange
    restrictions
  • Flexible corporate law
Start your business in the Netherlands in 15 days

A company in the Netherlands

€3,800

Drafting of statutes
Registration of the company
Domiciliation
Government tax
Annual Return
Legal fees
Additional services
Nominee Director
from €300
Nominee Shareholder
from €300
Power Of Attorney
€80
Documents notarization and apostille
from €350
VAT number
€500
Corporate Bank Account
€670
Private bank account
€500
Local phone number
€80 / m
Local phone number + Personal Secretary
€100 / m
Secure remote desktop server
€400 / m
Domain and corporate email
€100 / m
Website and company logo
from €350
Advantages of an offshore non-resident company in the Netherlands
GENERAL INFORMATION

The Netherlands is a Western European country, bordering Belgium and Germany. It is a constitutional monarchy, the country’s economy, however, is modern and takes the 5th place in the EU zone.

Benefits

  • Multilingual culture
  • Trained workforce
  • Progressive infrastructure
  • Location in the industrialized center of Europe

Forms of Legal Entities in the Netherlands

  • Private LLC (BV)
  • Public Company (NV)
  • Cooperative
  • Societas Europaea (SE)
  • Societas Cooperativa Europaea (SCE)
  • Partnership
1. Private LLC (BV)

A BV belongs to the most widely used business entity forms in the Netherlands due to the fact that the stockholders bear no legally responsible for corporate obligations. The alterations to the regulating law, not long ago, simplified the process of setting up the entity of such kind. It’s not necessary at present to have any minimum share capital to incorporate the company.

2. Public Company (NV)

A public company can be set up by a single shareholder in cooperation with other investors, however, it should have one director minimum. The responsibility of the partners is limited to the amount negotiated during the entity’s registration proportionally to the shares each member holds. This form of ownership is mandatory for all stock registered corporations and is characteristic of large businesses.

3. Cooperative

A cooperative stands for the association of members whose liability is regulated by the article of incorporation. This form of entity presupposes two participants, at least, being not shareholders. The cooperative may be limited or unlimited. Historically it was widespread in the agricultural sector but it gains popularity among the investors as a holding company nowadays due to the tax advantages provided.

4. Societas Europaea (SE)

Societas Europaea stands for public EU Company. It is peculiar due to the fact that the entity registered in one EU member state can be transferred to any other one. The legal form is ruled by the Council Regulation on the Statute for a European Company 2157/2001 (the “Statute”), still it fails to enlist the full set of guidelines as to SE operation. General provisions should be referred to in relation to the overall operation.

5. Societas Cooperativa Europaea (SCE)

The European Cooperative Society Regulation, adopted on 22/07/2003, was aimed on simplifying the transnational and cross-border business activities. It has to be reached by means of reducing the obstacles caused by national laws in EU zone. An indispensable condition for SCE incorporation is that the initiators come from at least 2 different states.

6. Partnership

The “Code” (Dutch Civil Code) legalizes the formation of general or limited partnerships in the country. The entities of such kind are regulated by the agreement between the stakeholders. The general partner or partners bear the legal responsibility for the corporate debts and obligations; still, not exceeding the amount of the capital invested, they also represent jointly the Partnership to the third parties. The investors make asset contributions to the CV in the form of a loan, interest-free or capital contribution. Thus, the owners benefit from all of the interests and profits gained by the CV.

Tax incentives
  • Non-resident businesses are taxed only on their income gained in the Netherlands
  • Dividend income tax relief
  • Relief on capital gains coming from contributions
  • A large number of Double Tax treaties with more than 95 countries
Characteristics

Main characteristics

Type of the company

Limited Liability Company (BV), Societas Europaea (SE),
Partnership

Legislation

Dutch Civil Code
Statute for a European Company 2157/2001

Period of registration

15 days

Corporate income tax

The standard corporate tax rate is 25 % (20 % to the first EUR200,000)
The rate may be reduced to 0%

Withholding tax

Dividends – 15% (can apply the rate of 0%)
There is no Dutch withholding tax on royalties and interest.

Exchange control

No

Agreements of double taxation avoidance

More, than 95 countries

Authorized capital

Standard currency

EUR

Minimal Registered capital

1 EUR
BV – no requirements

Shareholders

Minimum

1 shareholder

Publicity of the participant’s list

Yes

Places for meetings

No requirements

Final Beneficiaries

Publicly accessible information

Yes

Directors

Minimum

1 director

Local Director

No requirements

Publicity of the director’s list

Yes

Places for meetings

No requirements

Secretary

Essentiality

Yes

Residency

No requirements

Reporting

Financial accounts

Yes

Audit of financial statements

Yes

Financial statements submission

Yes

Publicly accessible information

Yes

Regular budget payments

Stamp duty

0 %

Important

The minimum reporting, auditing and publication requirements depend on the size of the company.

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