How to Open a Business Bank Account in St. Maarten
Do you have a business and want to open a bank account in St. Maarten? Keep reading to learn how you can open a business bank account here in St. Maarten!
Want to Open a Business Bank Account in St. Maarten?
Are you ready to open a business bank account in St. Maarten for your local business? There are many different ways BrightPath Caribbean can assist you with opening a bank account here on the island. We have relationships with all major banks in St. Maarten and can assist you with opening a business account from start to finish, making the process completely stress-free. Each bank has its own specific requirements, which we always consider when opening a new bank account in St. Maarten for our clients. We are also able to assist you with opening multiple bank accounts in various currencies.
Opening a Business Bank Account in St. Maarten
You can open a business bank account in St. Maarten at any of the several international banks located on the Dutch side. Whether you’re from Canada, USA or Europe, BrightPath Caribbean has all the knowledge, experience and resources to help you open a bank account in St. Maarten in just three simple steps.
To open a business bank account in St. Maarten, your business must be active, and you should have all required documents, which are outlined below. Most banks have the same general requirements, but some banks may have their own specific requirements.
Documents needed to open a business bank account in St. Maarten:
- Articles of Incorporation of your business.
- Excerpt from the Chamber of Commerce.
- Shareholder’s registry.
- Business license.
- Director’s license.
- Bank reference letter.
- 2 forms of valid photo ID.
- Proof of address (two utility bills).
- Financial statements and/or business plan.
- More documents may be required.
After you have gathered all of the documents above, BrightPath Caribbean can help you open a business bank account in St. Maarten quickly and easily! There is a waiting period to process your new business bank account, but once approved, you can begin using your St. Maarten business bank account right away!
For professional guidance on how to open a business bank account in St. Maarten or to schedule a consultation, please visit our office in the Puerta del Sol building in Simpson Bay, give us a call at +1 (721) 554-8900 or WhatsApp us at +1 (721) 526-2771.
Our articles are not intended as (legal) advice and do not take your personal circumstances into consideration. BrightPath does not accept any liability for damages resulting from using the provided information. We highly recommend you to seek personalized advice from us or before you act or fail to act because of the content of our articles. BrightPath is a privately-owned consulting firm that assists clients with filing applications for residence permits and/or business licenses at the relevant government departments. None of our directors, employees or agents hold or have held any position with the government of Sint Maarten and our service does not provide for any preferential treatment with regards to any application. All information provided and statements made only serve to provide you with a general understanding of immigration, residence and business incorporation procedures on Sint Maarten.
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