Doing business in Norway
International businesses looking to establish themselves in Norway are often surprised by the country’s multitude of compliance obligations.
If your company is planning activities in Norway for a sustained period of time, you should consider setting up a separate Norwegian company.
If your activities are temporary, you can register as a "Norwegian registered foreign company" (NUF). The company will subsequently receive an organisation number and be registered in the The Brønnøysund Register Centre (Companies Registry).
Through our wide range of services, Visma can assist you with all the practicalities and compliance obligations you are faced with when doing business in Norway.
- Legal assistance related to Norwegian tax & VAT
- Corporate law and labour law
Scroll down for a complete overview of our services designed to help foreign companies succeed when doing business in Norway. Feel free to contact us today for a non-binding review.
Checklist for foreign companies
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