Mulberry offers a full range of the services required to support companies and other entities in an international context, whether they be

  • international (group) holding, licensing and financing activities
  • investment structures
  • operational activities where clients choose to conduct their business through the Netherlands with or without their own premises often in their start-up phase.

Services include:​

  • provision of a registered address/domiciliation
  • company administration
  • management
  • payroll administration
  • provision of staff
  • accounting
  • other fiduciary services

Mulberry has a strict client acceptance policy in order to prevent money laundering and other criminal activity,. Prior to Mulberry’ engagement, KYC documentation must be provided and verified. Continuation is also subject to receiving proper updates on a timely basis. Staff are trained to gain swift insights so as to keep the administrative burden to a minimum. KYC documentation is treated confidentially and is kept in separate compliance files.

All round capacities are present in the close but non-exclusive networks of professionals with which Mulberry works. Both internally and through its networks Mulberry has the capacity to look after its client’s operations no matter where it is active.

Mulberry understands what entrepreneurs want to achieve. This comes from our own history and our streamlined organization which provides for flexibility and efficient follow-up on matters. This guarantees that clients will only be charged for those services and overhead that they really require.

Mulberry is not licensed to perform AIFMD (“Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive”) services, but if needed it can assist in selecting an appropriate AIFMD services provider.

From time to time Mulberry organizes seminars in The Netherlands and abroad. Staff also speak at seminars and conferences. Staff keep up-to-date with the latest regulatory and international developments in consultations with the authorities, such as the Dutch Tax Authorities, the Dutch Central Bank, foreign representatives, industrial boards and other governmental institutions.