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Scandicorp – The one Corporate Service Provider for all your Nordic entities
Company registration, provision of registered office services, provision of company directors and nominee services, tax registration, opening and administrating bank accounts and introductions to key professionals in the Nordics.
Maintenance of corporate records and registers over investors. Organisation, coordination and administration the board and shareholders resolutions and meetings. Accounting, bookkeeping and payroll administration.
Business planning and strategic advice. Compliance support and statutory reporting, employment solutions for international contractors, management and administration of special purpose vehicles, fund set-up, trustee and foundation set-up and advice etc.
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The miners that found Finland
A Canadian mining company involved with zinc, copper, gold and nickel mining was interested in exploring potential resources in Finland and Sweden for their expansion. Preliminary studies of the mining company indicated that both countries were well endowed with interesting minerals and Scandicorp was requested to assist in the set up and structuring of a Nordic based subsidiary for exploration…
The venture capitalists’ Swedish holding company
A Group of corporate venture capitalists from a number of EU countries together with a Hong Kong based loan investor did some research on where to establish a joint holding company for the acquisition of some promising European start-up companies. Based on tax advice received from an international law firm specialising in tax advice, they decided that the holding company should be based in Sweden…
The Swiss Clean-Tech innovation that became Norwegian
A Swiss inventor developed and patented a solution for the maritime industry that would considerably reduce environmentally harmful emissions of ship engines. He was, however, of the opinion that in the long run, it would be beneficial from a marketing perspective if his invention would appear to derive from a country with a strong global brand, a long maritime tradition and with a large modern merchant fleet…
The two towns that had to be moved
A Finnish building and construction company that had never previously did business abroad, faced difficulties in growing their business within the domestic market and decided to look for projects further afield. Their research revealed that there was a huge demand for housing projects in the Northern Swedish mining towns of Gällivare and Kiruna, since the two cities literally had to be relocated due to expansion of the mines…