Bank Account

French business bank accounts

Starting a business in France? Start it also with a Bank Account.

Knowing the French finance sector as we do we understand that opening a bank account can be a long and difficult process. Each client’s needs are different, and our job is to help find the right bank for you! That’s why we have built partnerships with French banks that are ready to help entrepreneurs worldwide develop their activities in France

How can I be sure my bank account in France will be opened?

This is a frequent asked question and a concern for many of our customers but you can be confident that we are here to help. Our Compamium package includes a money back guarantee, so if we fail to open your business bank account, we will reimburse you 100% of our fees.


Which banks in France do you work with?

All of our partner banks are fully licensed to operate in France, in the initial stages of the process we don’t provide a list of them all until we have identified the right one for you. Once we have contacted them and all the eligibility checks have been completed we will provide you with a list of the banks willing to open your account for you to choose from.


When do I need to open my French company account?

If you ask us to find a bank for you, we will open the bank account right after the company formation has been completed.


Do I need to travel to France?

A lot of banks will require an in-person meeting in France before an account can be opened. However, we also provide banking solutions which allow you to subscribe online for a company bank account removing the need for you to travel. Check with us if you are eligible to this travel free service.


What is a bank KYC?

Know Your Customer (KYC) is the process a bank goes through to identify and verify the validity of its customers. The ultimate decision to open a bank account always rests with the bank and it will need to check the identity of all shareholders (persons or companies for subsidiaries) to comply with anti-money laundering regulations, it is common practice in France as in any country.

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