Limited Liability Company
Offshore Company
NABV
General Partnership

Limited Partnership
Foundation

Private Foundation
Holding companies


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Private Foundation
The private foundation is a specific and flexible form of the legal entity foundation, which has no shareholders, members or the like.
Even beneficiaries do not have to be appointed if such appointment is not desired. In other words, the private foundation is a separate legal entity, with assets and liabilities in its own name.


Holding Companies
Offshore holding or investment companies are defined as companies that have the exclusive or almost exclusive purpose of investing their assets in securities, including shares and other certficates of participation and bonds. As well as other claims for interest bearing debt however nominated and in whatever form.
The Netherlands Antilles holding are often used to hold the shares of Dutch corporations which are themselves the holding companies for


investment or group operating subsidiaries in third countries, thus making use of the very wide network of Dutch double tax treaties, and the permissive Dutch rules on withholding tax.