PRH has deregistered companies that have not filed their financial statements for registration
The Finnish Patent and Registration Office (PRH) has removed from the Finnish Trade Register 908 limited liability companies and co-operatives.
The deregistered companies had not – despite reminder letters – filed their financial statements by 30 January 2019. The PRH had also informed the companies of the procedure using a number of communication channels.
The deregistered companies are listed on the prh.fi website.
Deregistration means that the business is out of action. A company that has been removed from the Finnish Trade Register is dissolved through a tax procedure, and dissolution will normally have tax consequences.
Deregistered companies may apply for re-entry to the Finnish Trade Register.
The PRH's right to deregister companies that have not filed their financial statements is based in each case on either the Finnish Limited Liability Companies Act or the Finnish Co-operatives Act.
For more information, please contact
Mr Franck Mertens
Finnish Patent and Registration Office (PRH)
Tel: +358 29 509 5212
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