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A company registered in the Netherlands is not obliged to have an account with a Dutch bank. A Dutch company is free to have a corporate account (-s) with any bank in any jurisdiction worldwide. Nevertheless, an important criteria which a Dutch company has to meet to be eligible for being recognized as a Dutch tax resident – is the obligation to operate corporate accounts from the Netherlands.
We can help your company meet this criteria by taking over the technical function of processing payments.
All the payments are processed in strict conformity with the terms of services agreement with the client and under internal regulations adopted in CIS Management.
Following the requirements of the acting legislation, our specialists also perform transaction monitoring to verify the correctness of payment details and transparency of their nature.