Step 2 of 5

Who are the UBOs in your organisation?

Who are the UBOs in your organisation?

In a foundation (stichting), several interests may be at stake. Based on these interests, you as an organisation determine who are the UBOs.

Who are the stakeholders in your organisation?

In that case, you register all managing directors as the organisation’s UBOs. You can only do so if these managers are registered in the Business Register as statutory directors. You do not register them on the basis of having a stake in the organisation, but because they have the function of director. This is often the case for foundations with ANBI status (Public Benefit Organisation).

You do not need to add any documents to the report to demonstrate their stake or interest.

Then choose the first interest that applies from the list on this page.

In that case, only the persons with more than 25% voting rights are your UBOs. 

Note: Persons with over 25% of the certificates issued by the STAK are not UBOs in the sense of beneficiaries of the capital. The STAK only functions as a type of 'distributor', because it is required to pay out any dividend it receives from its shares directly to the certificate holders. 

The certificate holders may still be UBOs of the STAK on the basis of their voting rights or effective control. 

On to the next step?

This page is part of the UBO report preparation pages. If you want to start over, you can go back to the starting page.