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The Dutch UBO-register for corporate and other legal entities

Update 15 December: As of 27 September 2020, corporate and other legal entities that are incorporated or established under Dutch law and that are registered in the Dutch Trade Register are required to obtain, hold and register certain personal information on their ultimate beneficial owners (UBOs) in the Dutch UBO-register.

In our newest edition of Quoted, we describe the key elements of the Dutch UBO-register.

Click here to download the pdf-version about 'the Dutch UBO-register for corporate and other legal entities' or read it below.



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