If you wish to incorporate a company in Norway, there are a number of different types to choose from. To decide what suits you, take a look at our overview of the most common company types or get in touch with us.
What do we do?
We ensure that the registration process goes smoothly.
For a private limited company (AS) in Norway, this means:
- Drawing up the articles of association
- Drawing up by laws
- Drawing up shareholders' agreements
- Registering the organisation at the National Register Centre
Other measures may be required for other company types.
We can discuss the choices to be made in person or on the phone.
What does it cost?
Establishing a private limited company (AS) in Norway:
Fixed price: NOK 7500 excluding VAT and other fees.
- Brønnøysund registration fee: NOK 5160
- Auditor certification (we can arrange this, normally NOK 2500)
- Any shareholder agreement (if relatively simple, we can offer a fixed price of NOK 5000, including discussion and first draft)
Total price including shareholder agreement: Approx. NOK 20,000.
Minimum share capital AS: NOK 30,000
Auditor not required for turnover below NOK 5 million.
The deposit can be used by the company when it has been registered.
Other company types:
The costs of establishing other types of companies will be far less for sole traders, while the costs of establishing other types of companies will be more like those described above for establishing a public limited company.
A fixed price can be agreed upon if you would like us to carry out the relevant tasks for your company.
Details about public fees can be found here.
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