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16 November 2020

New proposed Legislation on Conversion of Danish entrepreneurial Companies to ordinary Danish private limited Companies

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It has until recently been possible to incorporate a Danish entrepreneurial limited company (“ELC”) with a capital requirement of only DKK 1 as an alternative to the minimum capital requirement of DKK 40,000 otherwise applicable to Danish private limited liability companies (“PLC”).

However due to changes in legislation, it is no longer possible to incorporate new Danish ELCs, just as existing ELCs must be converted into PLCs. New proposed legislation will, if passed, make it easier to convert existing Danish ELCs into PLCs, both in terms of costs and other requirements. 

Dan Moalem

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Henning Hedegaard Thomsen

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