The main differences lie in the location that a legal entity incorporates. EU Corporate accounts are applied for companies that are operating businesses in the EU, while EU Offshore Accounts are opened for entities that run business activities outside of Europe. For example, if your enterprise is licensed to operate in regions within the European Union territory, such as German, Italy, Spain, Sweden, etc. Then the most suitable current account for your institution should be a corporate account.
On the other hand, financial institutions like DSBC Financial Europe also provide money remittance service and offshore company account opening service for establishments doing business outside of the EU. There are little to no limits for enterprises operating anywhere in the world legally when owning an EU offshore account.
However, there are some of the constraints on opening EU offshore accounts in specific regions due to the European commission's charter. Find out more about regional terms and conditions.
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