eAktiebok's service levels
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Start-up 80 SEK per shareholding
Through our additional service, Start-up, you get help to establish your digital share register and with that offer your investors / owners a free custody account of their unlisted holdings. The service is subscribed for by contacting us via the contact page or by email to email@example.com. We need a copy of the company’s existing share register and emails to all shareholders and functionaries in the company. In order for the company’s investors/owners to get the full benefit of our services, we also want information about the share price in any transactions.
Our fee is based on the number of shareholdings in your existing share register, which means that you have total control over the cost of hiring us. The fee together with our fee for the Basic Subscription is invoiced in advance and must be paid before the share register is prepared by us. The start-up cost is a one-time cost that is only paid if you want us to handle the registration for you.
Bankruptcy protection* 400 SEK per year
Our additional service, Bankruptcy Protection, is adapted to current legislation and provides the Board with protection regarding their obligation to maintain a register of shareholders after a possible bankruptcy.
All prices are exclusive of VAT.
All subscriptions and additional services are for 12 months and are billed in advance
*Bankruptcy protection means that eAktiebok undertakes to preserve your company’s share register for 10 years after a possible bankruptcy. During the ten years, the company’s share register will only be visible to the company’s administrator and the administrator will have full access to the company’s share register throughout the period. In order for eAktiebok bankruptcy protection to apply, it is required that the company has held the service for 2 consecutive years.
The company’s board of directors is required by law to maintain a complete register of shareholders available to everyone for a period of 10 years after a company has gone bankrupt.