What is a Nominee Director?
1. An entity named or appointed by another (the nominator) to act on its behalf in a limited capacity or in a specific matter
- Entity (the registered owner) in whose name securities or other assets are recorded and held under a custodial agreement with the actual owner (called beneficial owner).
Such arrangements are used where the beneficial owner is abroad, wishes to conceal his or her identity, or to facilitate a trade or collection of income from several securities.
Banks, brokerage houses, and trust companies are usually appointed registered owners.
Use of nominees, however, does not alter the position of the ultimate beneficial owner with regards to the tax liabilities and reporting requirements.
Domicilation in Netherlands
We want your new venture to hit the ground running, by providing you with a registered address, furnished offices and directors to suit your requirements, and ensure you are compliant with every local regulation.
Our services include:
- Registered office
- Furnished office space
- Directors or proxy-holders
- Corporate secretary
- Experienced specialist industry directors
- Corporate governance reviews / health check audits
- Process agent services
In the Netherlands, nominee services are highly regulated.