Netherlands company register search

For opening your Dutch company, you need to register your company and company name in the register of the Dutch chamber of commerce. In Dutch it’s called ‘Kamer van Koophandel’ or KvK. First you need to check your company name in the Netherlands company register search.

Register search; how it works

First, when you go to the Netherlands register website and search, you will see the next items;

Company

– name of the Dutch entity

– Registered address of the company

– correspondence details

– details about the company directors

– number of employees .

In some cases, you find out your company name is already taken. Than, it is necessary to create a new name for your company. The Dutch law states it isn’t allowed to have more companies using the same company name. If you find it difficult to proceed the search or create a new name for your company, there is the  ‘set-up your Dutch company’team, who is able to help you out, very quickly and in a very professional way. They can take over the registry for you and even helping to create a new company name.  All they need from you is details about the shareholders, the deed of incorporation, details about the company’s director(s) or manager(s) and a bank reference about the deposited share capital. So, with a minimum of information, they can help you in register your Dutch company right away.

CFD Leverage

What is CFD leverage? CFD’s (Contract For Difference) are identical to leveraging products, like options, but they work in a more simple way. In contrast to regular options, they don’t expire and don’t lose time value.

CFD leverage means trading with a limited investment and a significant amount in shares, indices and raw materials.

CFD leverage: an example

You want to buy 20 Google shares at 750,00 dollars each. Normally you would pay for this total amount 15 x 750,00 = 15000 dollars. If you trade with CFD’s for 20 Google shares on the Plus500 platform, the initial margin is only 10%: 1500 dollars

This means that you can take a position of 15 google shares, with a small investment of 1500 dollars and you will still enjoy the total increase of these 20 shares.

As explained before a CFD is a ‘contract for difference’. So, if Google increases to 1200 dollars and you sell these CFD’s, you will make a 300 x 20 = 6000 dollar profit. Your investment of 1500 dollars has become 7500 dollars. This is how a CFD leverage works: you will get the difference between the opening and closing value of a particular trade, without a whole investing amount.

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