The owners of Dutch companies, including non-residents and immigrants, must open a Dutch bank account to manage their income and obtain different banking services.
Many Dutch banks open corporate and personal accounts. Service packs can include the benefits of mobile and online banking, additional features and bank advice.
Opening a bank account in the Netherlands
Locally employed personnel can also open an account with ABN Amro for benefits. Their wages can be transferred directly to the account, payment is easier, and international remittances are also available.
The process of opening a bank account is simple, especially for personal accounts. Most banks can automate the first step with an online application form.
Foreign residents who face difficulties in opening an account due to lack of Dutch knowledge can contact our lawyers for help. Our team is able to prepare a power of attorney to allow specific people to open/manage accounts on behalf of business owners who cannot attend in the Netherlands.
If you want to open your account in person, you must submit some documentation to the branch office you plan to use. Personal ID/Passport and Dutch Citizen Service Number (BSN) (issued at the time of city registration) are required documents. Employment contracts and personal or Dutch business addresses are required.
The documents required to open a corporate bank account may vary. Documents such as the company's business registration certificate are also required.
If you have any questions about corporate banking, please contact our International Market Entry Specialist. Our team can provide you with a wide range of solutions and advice on the country's work and life.
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