We thrive to help new entrepreneurs to start a company, that's why Qonto support you to deposit your capital online.
In order to carry out the initial capital increase with Qonto, please make sure you meet the following requirements:
All shareholders must be natural persons or legal entities
All shareholders - natural persons - must be :
Non-emancipated minors if one of the parents is a shareholder of the company. Both parents must sign a certificate authorizing the minor to create a company (or the sole legal guardian + court decision giving parental authority to one parent).
Emancipated minors (a letter of emancipation signed by the judge will be requested).
All shareholders must possess a valid ID and not be part of the refused country list :
Central African Republic
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea)
Islamic Republic of Iran
Palestine, State of
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Syrian Arab Republic
Trinidad and Tobago
Virgin Islands, British
Virgin Islands, U.S.
The activity of your future company doesn't belong to the forbidden activities listing
The account owner must live in the country where the future company will be located
Legal entities as shareholder should be companies registered in France (for a capital deposit based in France)
The initial capital increase must be paid from an account on the subscriber's name
The capital must be fixed (Qonto is not able to let you incorporate a new share company with variable capital)
The capital release must be complete
100% of the capital must be contribution in cash
The contribution must be at least €1 per shareholder
The capital deposit is currently available to French and German companies.
To know more about the specifics for each country:
☝️ Good to know: Qonto allows you to increase your share capital. More details in this article.