France offers attractive opportunities for businesses with international ambitions; the country comprises over 65 million consumers, boasts an excellent infrastructure and is located in the heart of Western Europe. RFN assists Dutch and Belgian companies with the start-up and structuring process of their activities in France.
There are two ways in which business can establish a physical presence in France: starting an independent French company or setting up a local succursale (branch) of the parent company. The choice for one or the other option may have important legal and tax repercussions. The option that is preferable depends on the particulars of your case.
Before you decide on your investment, RFN considers all possible legal and tax implications. We evaluate the pros and cons of the preferred business structure regarding administrative requirements, regulations and taxes. In addition, we help you to build up the optimal legal and tax structure for your French activities.
“Our company – a chain of flower stores – spotted attractive commercial opportunities in France. We therefore decided to set up new sales outlets there. We discussed our ambitions with RFN.”
"After just one session, we were given a complete assessment of all legal and tax implications. "
“After just one session, we were given a complete assessment of all legal and tax implications, including the impact of the initial losses we anticipated. The RFN consultants gave us clear and to the point information, using an understandable vocabulary. To us, that was a very pleasant experience.”
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