Our company provides a wide scope of high level professional services. We render management services, domiciliation, accounting and legal services, corporate secretarial services, tax and compliance support
Clients of CIS Management are active in various business fields, such as drilling, R&D, energy & electricity production, gas and water supply, real estate development, hotel business, IT technologies and telecommunications
The history of СIS Management B.V. begins in 1991, when its focus was on the provision of consulting services in the field of international law and taxation. The modern world develops rapidly, demanding for timely evolution of business strategy.
CIS Management has an extensive network of international and local partners. We efficiently co-operate with notary offices, tax advisors, law firms and advocates, auditors and other specialists from different countries and regions on an everyday basis. Offices of our partners may be found in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA, Russia, Kazakhstan, Cyprus, France and UK.
Tight co-operation and years of mutually developed experience with our international partners and colleagues, allow us guarantee high-quality and timely execution of all inquiries received from our clients, no matter how complicated and demanding they are.
A company in the Netherlands may be registered in course of 2 weeks. For more details about registration procedure – please get in touch with us.
The cost of registering a company in the Netherlands depends on complexity of the incorporated structure and is estimated on an individual basis. A regular structure set up costs start from EUR 3 000 (before VAT), including notarial expenses. To get an individual commercial offer – please contact us by any means convenient for you.
It is not obligatory for the shareholders to be personally present before the Notary in the Netherlands to register a company. A notary may sign a deed of incorporation acting on the basis of a legalized proxy, issued by the shareholders.
In case a Dutch company has a sole shareholder, information about the latter is published and can be seen from an extract requested from the Chamber of Commerce. In case a Dutch company has two or more shareholders, information about the shareholders is not published. Information on directors of a Dutch company is registered with the Chamber of Commerce.
It is not obligatory for a company registered in the Netherlands to have a corporate bank account opened with a bank in the Netherlands. A Dutch company is free to have a corporate bank account (-s) with any bank in any jurisdiction upon its own discretion. An important criteria a company should meet in order to be recognized as a Dutch tax resident – is to perform operations through the corporate bank account (-s) from the territory of the Netherlands.