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Local Name Anpartsselskab Aktieselskab Kommanditselskab Filial Repræsentationskontor
Company Setup Time 5 days 5 days 5 days 10 days 10 days
Bank Account Opening 10 days 10 days 10 days 10 days 10 days
Government Grants Available Yes Yes Yes No No
Government Contracts Bidding Yes Yes Yes No No
Limited Liability Yes Yes Yes No No
Client Required to Travel No No No No No
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Corporate Structure Explained

Denmark limited liability company (aka Anpartsselskab)

  • This type of business entity is the most common choice for doing business. The owner does not have to be a Denmark resident. The requirements are at least one shareholder, one director, both can be of any nationality. The paid-up share capital is DNK12,500 (approx. € 400).

Denmark stock corporation (aka Aktieselskab)

  • The prerequisites for its formation are at least one shareholder and one director. The minimum amount of paid-up share capital is DKK800,000 (about € 110,000). Audited final financial statements must be submitted annually.

Branch offices

  • These business entities are 100 percent foreign-owned. This entity can carry out trade activities here as per scope set by its parent company. The branch offices in Denmark are allowed to generate income through commercial activities. A license to conduct industrial activities must be obtained.

Representative offices

  • Our clients can opt for the option of the representative office if they wish to promote the business of a parent company. A representative office in Denmark is 100 percent foreign-owned and is not allowed to conduct business directly. These legal entities can also conduct market research and related activities. A registered agent must be appointed in Denmark.

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