Dutch firms have just days to register beneficial owners

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Netherlands is gearing up for compliance with its new Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO) register from 27 September, following the recent adoption of implementation legislation by the Dutch Senate.  Each corporate or other entity incorporated or founded in the Netherlands must obtain and register information on the persons who ultimately own or control them. All newly established entities must submit for public registration in the trade register = maintained by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce - information to identify their UBOs. Existing entities are granted some leeway and must regis...

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