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Buying a European shelf company with VAT number

Whenever you need to start doing business immediately in a European country and you need a company with a VAT number, you don’t have to wait for the bureaucratic procedures.

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Tax Minimization Structures

BridgeWest is specialized in special corporate structures designed for tax minimization. No matter where you want to incorporate your company, you will need to consider how you can legally minimize costs.

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Lawyers in Denmark

F.A.Q.

BridgeWest provides a wide range of legal services in Denmark through our affiliated Danish lawyers and Law Firms in Copenhagen and other major cities in Denmark. We are mainly specialized in the main aspects of Danish Commercial Law, including Company Formation, Debt Collection, Commercial Disputes and Litigation, Danish Real Estate Law and certain areas of Intellectual Property Law (such as Trademark Registration for instance).

You can find some of our main areas of expertise below:

Company Formation in Denmark

Our lawyers will provide  immediate assistance with company registration in Denmark in matters like official registration, structure, financing, taxation, office registration. We handle both Danish Limited  Liability or Joint-Stock company formations.

Debt Collection in Denmark

BridgeWest provides legal assistance for the recuperation of debts from Danish companies through pre-trial proceedings (official notifications to the debtor, negotiations etc.) as well as trial representation.

Mergers and Acquisitions in Denmark

Mergers and Acquisitions as well other corporate restructuring on the Danish market.

Due Diligence in Denmark

This refers to both corporate due diligence (performing certain verifications of Danish business partners for instance) as well as real estate due diligence (offering a verification of a real estate property to be purchased in Denmark).

Taxation Advice and Planning in Denmark

Advice on any Danish tax and taxation methods, planning for the minimization of taxes, taxes involved with ownership and transfer of real estate.



Articles on Law in Denmark

Types of Danish Companies

Danish companies are registered with the Danish Commerce and Companies Agency, in a process that requires minimum administrative procedures. Entrepreneurs may chose from various types of business types, suitable for their needs. As in most European countries, the most common types used are the limit ...

Set up a Danish company

Setting up a company in Denmark has a lot of advantages, the main one consisting in a very simple and short registration process. Towards foreign investment Denmark is characterized by openness and non-discrimination. The most preferred types of business to be opened by entrepreneurs in Denmark are ...

The Danish Commercial and Companies Agency

The Danish Commercial and Companies Agency (DCCA) or the Trade Register is organized and governed by the Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs of Denmark and it represents the official registration institution for Danish companies. Among its activities the DCCA administers legislations like Comp ...

Open Company Branch or Subsidiary in Denmark

There are many ways to invest in Denmark, including setting up a Danish company. The Danish law allows fully owned foreign companies, and does not restrict operations in foreign currencies. Already existing foreign companies may choose to open branches on the territory of Denmark, provided that they ...

Shelf Company in Denmark

Denmark is a powerful country economically speaking, offering entrepreneurs a good business environment. For this reason many entrepreneurs choose to invest in Denmark either by setting up companies, branches or acquiring a readymade company. This company type refers to a business entity already inc ...

Paying Taxes in Denmark

1. What is the corporate tax in Denmark? Companies resident in Denmark are subjected to Danish corporate tax on their profits made in Denmark and abroad, to some extent. Non-resident companies, on the other hand pay tax on the income made in Denmark. The standard corporate income tax is 25%. ...

Guide to Company Incorporation in Denmark

  1. What is the minimum share capital of a Private Limited Liability Company in Denmark? Private Limited Liability Companies are the most suited business organization form for small up to medium sized business. The minimum required capital is DKK 80000 or EUR 11.000. 2. What is the ...

Company Law in Denmark

The Danish company law is known for its freedom of organisation and it is valid only in the version published in the Official Law Gazette. The major types of companies in Denmark are ruled by acts that have been slightly modified throughout time. For instance, the private companies are regulated by ...

Why Invest in Denmark

Denmark is one of the top choices in the world when it comes to foreign investments. Several aspects such as highly qualified labour market or the lack of bureaucracy contribute to the reasons that make entrepreneurs from all over to world to set up businesses in Denmark. As a matter of fact, Denmar ...

Lawyer in Denmark

A lawyer in Denmark is mainly a legal adviser. Lawyers in Denmark are subject to a Code of Conduct issued by the Minister of Justice and they are also supervised by the Consumer Ombudsman. The Code of Conduct is not only a guide to lawyers in Denmark and their clients, but also a contribution to the ...

Setting up a Limited Liability Company (ApS) in Denmark

A limited liability company is usually the choice for small and middle-sized companies in Denmark. Limited liability companies in Denmark are known as Anpartsselskab or ApS and must be registered with the Danish Commerce and Companies Agency before beginning their activity. This type of company has ...

Setting up a Joint Stock Company (A/S) in Denmark

A joint stock company in Denmark is a public limited company also known as Aktieselskab or A/S. It is usually chosen by entrepreneurs who want to set up a large company and who want to be listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. The formation agreement of a joint stock company in Denmark must be sig ...

Company Liquidation in Denmark

BridgeWest handles all steps required for company liquidation in Denmark. Please contact us via email or phone for appointing a liquidator to carry on the company dissolution, submitting the required application forms, dealing with the Court, closing the company's bank account or any other nece ...

Open a Representative Office in Denmark

BridgeWest handles opening representative offices in Denmark and in other European countries. For more information, please contact us. What are the special requirements for creating a Denmark Representative Office? To increase the presence at a global level and assist their clients who wish to do bu ...

Nominee Director in Denmark

 The main Danish document on which a company, with limited liability or joint stock is based is the articles of association. In it, the founder(s) are stipulating the name of the company, the address, the purposes for which is founded, the duration term, the  citizenship and residence of t ...

Meet us in Copenhagen

Call us now at +44 203 287 0408 to set up an appointment with our lawyers in Copenhagen, Denmark. Alternatively you can incorporate your company without traveling to Denmark.

As a BridgeWest client, you will beneficiate from the joint expertize of local lawyers and international consultants. Together we will be able to offer you the specialized help you require for your business start-up in Copenhagen, Denmark.