Which companies file a notification of beneficial owners?
Most companies must file a notification of beneficial owners. Some companies and organisations do not file a notification.
note: The company must file a notification even if the company has no
beneficial owners defined in the Act on Money Laundering or the company
does not know them. Read more: Who is a beneficial owner?
|Companies liable to file a notification||Companies liable to file a notification only if the beneficial owner is not a partner||Companies and organisations not liable to file a notification of beneficial owners|
|limited liability company||general partnership||listed company|
|public limited company||limited partnership||private trader|
|mutual insurance company||mutual real estate limited company|
|public mutual insurance company||association|
|co-operative bank||religious community|
|European economic interest grouping|
|European company (Societas Europaea)|
|public insurance company|
A foreign trader of a branch must file the details on beneficial owners in accordance with the legislation of their home country.
General and limited partnerships usually do not need to file a notification. Notification is required only if the beneficial owner is not a partner in the company.
Listed companies and private traders do not file a notification of beneficial owners.
Housing companies, mutual real estate limited companies, foundations, religious communities and associations do not file a notification.
Go to our instructions: How to file a notification of beneficial owners.