Bank account Ltd.

Opening a Dutch bank account for an English Limited is possible after it has been registered with the Chamber of Commerce.
With the extract from the Chamber of Commerce you must visit a banking institution, after which the account can be opened. There are banks that are reluctant to open a bank account for a Limited. This is because a bank with a Limited has less certainty about the directors / shareholders than with a Dutch BV. The changes at a BV are checked by the Chamber of Commerce (directors change) and by a notary (share transaction). With an English Limited it is possible to make changes to the board / shareholders online, so that banks actually hold a bank account for a customer unknown to them.
In practice, there are 2 major banks that open accounts for English Limiteds. If desired, we will assist you with applying for a bank account. You will have to visit the bank yourself at all times.