Open a company in Germany

Start a company in Germany


When we talk about startup life in Germany, Berlin is the key city. English is spoken as a second language by a highly educated and diverse workforce, in addition to a first-rate infrastructure (transportation, internet, telecommunications, social services) and favourable local government incentives for locating your business in the city.

Businesses like Zalando, SoundCloud, Freighthub, and Penta are examples of how successful Germany has been in this industry.

In terms of taxes, Germany has a 15% corporation tax rate. Commercialization taxes are also applicable to firms, but those with taxable turnovers under €50,000 are exempt from VAT registration and payment.

Bank Account in Germany, Company and Personal, Online

Have you incorporated in Germany? You will now need a dedicated IBAN bank account for SEPA – Single Euro Payments Area, transfers.

You can open your company iban account with your company papers and passport, online, from, at best rates, with your German company details and documents.

Please note that most traditional German banks will require multiple physical visits, deposits to be made, and much paperwork, raising the expenses to open and maintain your account.

However with us, you can open and operate an IBAN bank account completely online, with no visits to the bank required, and no lofty deposits. Experience smooth, convenient online banking with us. Your account IBAN number will be valid everywhere in Europe

Moreover, these accounts are dedicated, unlimited, allows personal and corporate transfers, and also come with shared SWIFT facilities, in multicurrency.

Operate your IBAN account like a local bank account not only in Germany, but in the rest of Europe as well.

Consider ordering a prepaid master card as well when you have your account, for use anywhere in the globe, at all mastercard outlets.

With Monvenience, you have convenience.

Documents Required to Open IBAN Account for Germany Companies

Open your Bank account valid in Gernabt and rest of Europe

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