In order to carry out the capital deposit, you need to meet the following conditions:
The account holder must live in France
The activity of your future company must not be one of the forbidden activities listed here
Natural person shareholders 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).
Of French 🇫🇷, European 🇪🇺 or EFTA state (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) nationality, and possess a valid ID.
Corporate entity shareholders must be:
A French company/companies
Registered with a SIRET number
There are currently multiple possible combinations for shareholders:
A single corporate entity subscriber participates: compulsorily represented by a legal representative of French or EU nationality
Multiple French corporate entity subscribers: legal representatives of French or EU nationality
Combination of natural person and French corporate entity subscribers (with legal representatives of French or EU nationality)
💡 Keep in mind: the transfer time for funds for a corporate entity that is already a Qonto customer is quicker than a standard transfer. Transfers between Qonto accounts are received on date of issue.
⚠️ Natural persons and corporate entities are subject to the same rules concerning activities accepted by Qonto.
Take a look at our list to check this doesn’t affect you.
Is your activity on the list? Unfortunately, Qonto won’t be able to accompany you with your capital deposit project.
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