ApS bank account

Erhvervskontoen is an official Danish company account, linked to the company through a tax identification number (CVR). It is the equivalent of the entrepreneur’s private account, which is linked to the entrepreneur through a personal number.

ApS bank account

In order to set up a bank account for a Danish limited liability company (ApS), you must first choose a suitable bank. You can either use the bank where you already have your private account or opt for a different one. The prices associated with setting up and maintaining a company account can vary widely, depending on the bank and what is included in the offer. It is worth considering and comparing at least a few of the options available before making a final decision. In order to avoid any complications during the process of setting up a bank account for your company, you may want to take your company’s documentation with you in case you need to confirm its credibility. It is also essential to remember your personal documents, which in turn will serve to verify your identity.

In Denmark, every Aps company must have a company account. The reason why this is necessary is that the company’s accounts must be separated from the private owners’ finances. In addition, companies are required to have a NemKonto business account. This is to ensure clarity and effective management of company finances.