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Denmark

Open a company in Denmark

Why open a company in Denmark?

Denmark has a liberal approach to towards companies coming in from abroad. The business climate is benign, notwithstanding high labor costs. Opening a company in Denmark is straightforward, thanks to a streamlined regulatory regime and more than 2.500 foreign companies already operate in the capital, Copenhagen. Denmark has double-taxation treaties with more than 80 countries.

What are the most common types of company formation Denmark?

  • Aktieselskab (A/S): public limited company
  • Anpartsselskab (ApS): private limited company

What is the minimum share capital required to open an A/S in Denmark?

The minimum share capital for an A/S is €67.000.

What other requirements to open a Danish company are there for an A/S?

  • Three directors required who must be citizens in the EU
  • Company must also employ at least one manager who must be an EU citizen
  • Audited annual accounts required
  • A local serviced office is advisable

How much share capital is required to establish an ApS?

The minimum share capital for an ApS is €10.000

What other requirements are there for an A/S

  • Audited annual accounts required, using a registered auditor
  • Neither directors nor managers need be domiciled in Denmark
  • A local serviced office is advisable, click here for details

Denmark Incorporation

How easy is it to recruit staff?

The Danish labor force is highly skilled and well educated. Unemployment is currently running at around 6%. Salary levels are high by EU standards but are in line with those elsewhere in the Nordic region. Recruitment can be achieved in consultation with the government employment offices or through the services of the various commercial employment agencies that exist.

What is the regulatory environment like?

Denmark has a liberal business climate and this is reflected in the regulatory environment. In general there are no restrictions on investments and capital and earnings can be freely repatriated. Price and exchange controls concern intercompany charges and affairs in the transfer-pricing system. The corporate rate of tax is 28%, much lower than personal taxation – although expatriates may qualify for a much-reduced personal tax rate of 25%.

What is the corporate tax rate in Denmark?

The corporate tax rate is 25% on profits.

Company Registration in Denmark

Are there financial incentives available for those wishing to open a company in Denmark?

There are limited financial incentives for businesses setting up in regions of Denmark that are designated by the EU as special development zones. In certain circumstances, incentives are also available to small and medium sized enterprises for research and development, export and skills development and clean environmental technology.

How much does it cost to open a company in Denmark?

Our service costs €3.609 and it includes: company incorporation in Denmark, opening of bank account and VAT (fiscal) registration.

How can I obtain more information about opening a company in Germany?

Please contact us if you have questions and/or want to receive more information on opening a company in Denmark.

Support

The benefits of having your own company are virtually unlimited. Opening and managing a company with Europa Expert’s orientation is even simpler and easier. We provide all the needed support to open and manage your company in Denmark

Services we provide
Consulting for new companies (company’s name, website, etc.)
Initial registration
Corporate documents
Bank account in Danish bank
Business Address and Mailbox in Denmark
Fiscal registration (VAT)
Accountancy (according to Danish Law)
Annual tax declaration
Virtual Office in Denmark

Denmark

Open a company in Denmark

Why open a company in Denmark?

Denmark has a liberal approach to towards companies coming in from abroad. The business climate is benign, notwithstanding high labor costs. Opening a company in Denmark is straightforward, thanks to a streamlined regulatory regime and more than 2.500 foreign companies already operate in the capital, Copenhagen. Denmark has double-taxation treaties with more than 80 countries.

What are the most common types of company formation Denmark?

  • Aktieselskab (A/S): public limited company
  • Anpartsselskab (ApS): private limited company

What is the minimum share capital required to open an A/S in Denmark?

The minimum share capital for an A/S is €67.000.

What other requirements to open a Danish company are there for an A/S?

  • Three directors required who must be citizens in the EU
  • Company must also employ at least one manager who must be an EU citizen
  • Audited annual accounts required
  • A local serviced office is advisable

How much share capital is required to establish an ApS?

The minimum share capital for an ApS is €10.000

What other requirements are there for an A/S

  • Audited annual accounts required, using a registered auditor
  • Neither directors nor managers need be domiciled in Denmark
  • A local serviced office is advisable, click here for details

Denmark Incorporation

How easy is it to recruit staff?

The Danish labor force is highly skilled and well educated. Unemployment is currently running at around 6%. Salary levels are high by EU standards but are in line with those elsewhere in the Nordic region. Recruitment can be achieved in consultation with the government employment offices or through the services of the various commercial employment agencies that exist.

What is the regulatory environment like?

Denmark has a liberal business climate and this is reflected in the regulatory environment. In general there are no restrictions on investments and capital and earnings can be freely repatriated. Price and exchange controls concern intercompany charges and affairs in the transfer-pricing system. The corporate rate of tax is 28%, much lower than personal taxation – although expatriates may qualify for a much-reduced personal tax rate of 25%.

What is the corporate tax rate in Denmark?

The corporate tax rate is 25% on profits.

Company Registration in Denmark

Are there financial incentives available for those wishing to open a company in Denmark?

There are limited financial incentives for businesses setting up in regions of Denmark that are designated by the EU as special development zones. In certain circumstances, incentives are also available to small and medium sized enterprises for research and development, export and skills development and clean environmental technology.

How much does it cost to open a company in Denmark?

Our service costs €3.609 and it includes: company incorporation in Denmark, opening of bank account and VAT (fiscal) registration.

How can I obtain more information about opening a company in Germany?

Please contact us if you have questions and/or want to receive more information on opening a company in Denmark.

Support

The benefits of having your own company are virtually unlimited. Opening and managing a company with Europa Expert’s orientation is even simpler and easier. We provide all the needed support to open and manage your company in Denmark

Services we provide
Consulting for new companies (company’s name, website, etc.)
Initial registration
Corporate documents
Bank account in Danish bank
Business Address and Mailbox in Denmark
Fiscal registration (VAT)
Accountancy (according to Danish Law)
Annual tax declaration
Virtual Office in Denmark

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 FAX: 11 3957-1612

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 Bela Vista – São Paulo/SP

 01323-000 – Brazil 

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