What do you need to register a company in Finland? Well, you must think of a name for your firm, and the company will need at least one shareholder (a person or a company), eligible board member(s), a mail address, and that's about it. Of course you also need enough money to pay the Trade's Register's fee.
Regardless of what many sites tell you, one thing you don't need is share capital. When you find that claim somewhere, it's a sign that the site probably hasn't been updated for a couple of years. Since 2019, it's been possible to register a company in Finland without any share capital.
This makes establishing a business in Finland much easier than it used to be. Prior to this change, companies had to first open a corporate account in a Finnish bank, deposit the share capital there, and then file the registration documents. In order to open the account, it was usually necessary to visit the bank. With our help, the whole process of registering a company and opening an account can be done much faster and easier, and remotely from the beginning to the end.
You will find more detailed information here and if you need help in registering a company in Finland, you will find our contact information here.