There are many ways for an entrepreneur interested in moving to Estonia to achieve their goal and make the move: a startup visa, exclusively for startup entrepreneurs, a D-visa for long term stays, which is most suitable for students, and a temporary residence permit, for those who see themselves living in Estonia more permanently than…

Electronic trade In recent years, electronic trade has gained widespread acceptance and currently includes: Online sales of physical goods and services, as well as sales of digital products (downloadable music, e-books, downloaded virtual products, and games); Electronic banking and insurance services; Online auctions; Electronically supplied telecommunication services; Remote development and servicing of programs and equipment;…

Declaring the Ultimate Beneficial Owner in the E-Business Register Starting from 1st September 2018, all legal entities in Estonia are required to submit information on their Ultimate Beneficial Owners as per the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act of 2017. You can read more about Beneficial Ownership Disclosure in Estonia here https://hshaus.com/beneficial-ownership-disclosure/ The obligation…

Starting from 1st September 2018, all legal entities registered in the Estonian Business Register are required to submit information on their Ultimate Beneficial Owners (Actual Beneficiaries) as per the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act 2017. Full text in English here: https://www.riigiteataja.ee/en/eli/517112017003/consolide The obligation to disclose beneficial ownership applies to all types of legal…

As a result of the amendments to the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act enacted by the Parliament of the Estonian Republic in November 2017, companies registered in Estonia will have to submit information on the Beneficial Owner (Actual Beneficiary) to the Commercial Register Information System. This measure is in line with the EU’s…

On 4th April 2016 in case number 3-3-1-75-15, the Estonian Supreme Court ruled that the exchange of cryptocurrency is a lawful business activity regulated by the Anti-Money Laundering Act and Terrorism Finance Act and in order to operate in cryptocurrency exchange, an applicant shall obtain an authorisation (known as a Provider of Alternatives Means of…

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