Administrative Solutions to Foreign Owned Companies in Denmark

We provide solutions to foreign owned companies in Denmark as though you had your own management and administrative team here.

Outsourcing those tasks that are the most challenging leaves you free to concentrate your efforts on your core activities.

Running a company in another country creates a number of difficulties. The distance from head office, different time zones, different language and culture. Then there is the time and cost of travelling there. Not just the plane ticket, but consider how you would have put your time to use without the journey.

There are many variations and here we outline only some of the possibilities. Whatever your requirements you can be sure of one thing. You will receive a professional service that has the goal of helping your company succeed.

Roger Moore Solutions can produce an analysis of your plans detailing all of your administrative requirements in Denmark.

How can we help you?

We can find an office for you!

We can do anything from finding unfurnished space, and fitting an office with all the necessary equipment, to finding space in an office hotel.

Do you have staff in Denmark?

No problem. All payroll issues including holiday pay, wage taxes, pensions and administrating company cars can be solved. We can also liaise with your lawyer to put employment contracts in place.

Create a local officer/director in Denmark and have a manager to take care of annual shareholders meetings, merging two companies or coordinating with auditors, tax advisors or lawyers.

Are you closing down operations in Denmark?

Liquidating a company can take time. Apart from the legal and administrative tasks, there are also challenges such as disposing of assets or office inventory and closing down property and utilities.

Among the other services we can provide are:
• Monthly reporting to head office.
• Annual statutory reporting, including audit management.
• VAT returns.
• Management of tax process together with tax advisor.
• Treasury and banking.
• Statistical reporting.
• Company registrations, including changes.
• Contact with Danish authorities, business contacts lawyers etc.
• Insurance