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What do you get when you order a KVK Group Structure Overview?
- an overview of the structure of the group a business partner belongs to;
- information about which legal entities are director, shareholder and liable party;
- clarity about whether a single legal entity is sole shareholder, liable party or director of another legal entity.
What can you do with a KVK Group Structure Overview?
- check which other legal entities an enterprise is directly linked to;
- obtain information about the liability structure;
- find out who the parent company is.
Which types of KvK Group Structure Overview are available?
Digital KVK Group Structure total group: € 2.75
A list of all legal entities and their relations within one group. This shows you which legal entities belong to the same group.
Digital KVK Group Structure direct: € 2.75
A list of the legal entities and organisations that are directly linked to a specified legal entity, irrespective of the group. This enables you to see if a legal entity is part of more than one group.
New and revised legislation may impact KVK information products
New and altered Dutch legislation sometimes impacts the Dutch Business Register Act, and with it the requirements for data provision for the Business Register. As a result, the data in the KVK Group Structure Overview may be marked 'data under investigation', conform chapter 6 of the Business Register Act. It means that this authentic data may be under revision. You can check if this is so by viewing the KVK online Business Register entry for the company, or by ordering KVK Dataservice products 'Vestigingen' and/or 'Registration'. Until the investigation has been concluded, the entry in the Business Register will remain unchanged. Note: it concerns an administrative and not a criminal investigation. It does not imply that the company has acted unlawfully or culpably. Read more (in Dutch) about the current legislation that may affect the Dutch Business Register Act.