Limited Liability Company
Offshore Company
NABV
General Partnership

Limited Partnership
Foundation

Private Foundation
Holding companies


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Offshore company
In the Netherlands Antilles the expression Off-shore Company has historically referred to a
standard NV as described above which conforms to some additional conditions allowing it to
receive privileged tax treatment.



NABV
The Netherlands Antilles Besloten Vennootschap (NABV) has been introduced alongside the New Fiscal Framework. Unlike the NV, no ministerial
Declaration of No Objection is required.
Incorporation is quick, and there are no minimum ca-pital requirements. The deed of incorporation can be in any language although a Dutch or English translation must be attached. Shares may or may not have a par value, voting rights or partici-pation rights. Sharer must be registered The BV can be converted into an NV or vice versa, or he two may merge. The NABV can be exempt from profits tax and withholding tax when it conforms to some specific conditions.


General Partnership
Partnerships are recognized under The Netherlands Antilles Commercial Code. In this partnership VOF (Vennootschap Onder Firma) each partner is liable for all the debts of the partnership, as in common law partnerships. Details of the partnership and of the partners must be entered in the Commercial Register at the Chamber of Commerce.
Partnerships are fiscally transparent and there are no filing requirements.