All companies registered in the Netherlands and Luxembourg must have at least one director. While Dutch corporate law doesn't require company directors to be resident in the Netherlands, it's highly advantageous if they are as this contributes to substance and effective management and control in the Netherlands. It's also beneficial to have professional directors who are already familiar with the Dutch system.
Dutch law requires all directors appointed via corporate services providers (such as ETM) to be approved by the Dutch Central Bank. This is an ongoing process involving stringent checks to ensure directors maintain the high level of integrity demanded by the Netherlands' financial sector. All directors provided by ETM maintain the required approval from the Dutch Central Bank.
Luxembourg corporate law requires that at least one company director be resident in Luxembourg. ETM can provide you with a locally-resident director.
ETM can provide Dutch companies with suitably experienced and knowledgeable directors who are resident in either the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
The company directors we have available to you offer essential management expertise alongside extensive directorship experience up to multi-national level. Their legal and accountancy backgrounds contribute highly beneficial knowledge to your company.
ETM's directors are easily contactable so you benefit from a reassuring close relationship availability and carry out other urgent tasks as and when necessary.