We can incorporate a PLC for you with your own choice of name. The primary difference between Public Limited Company (PLC) and a Private Limited Company (Ltd) is the Public Company's shares may be offered for sale to the public.
We have shelf PLC companies available which are already incorporated in the UK with neutral names, they have never traded and are available for immediate transfer.
PLC shelf companies we currently have for sale.
|UK - PLC Ready Made Companies||Year||Fee|
|Max Ventures PLC||2013||£640||Reserve|
A PLC must not begin business or exercise any borrowing powers until it has a certificate issued under Companies Act confirming that the company has issued share capital of £50,000. We obtain this certificate from Companies House and once issued, the certificate is proof that the company is entitled to commence trading and borrow.
A public limited company must comply with the following:
A PLC has access to capital markets and can offer its shares for sale to the public. It can also place advertisements offering its securities for sale to the public.
The prestige of having "PLC" at the end of your company name is substantial.
We have PLC's available immediately, fully inclusive of all necessary documentation. In addition we have 100+ aged shelf companies up to 20 years old, which can be converted to PLC.
We can offer a public limited company the opportunity to have their shares traded and obtain a market valuation quickly - for the new London market:
The benefits of taking your company public include:
|PLC Company Administration|
|PLC Company Secretary|
|Trading Certificate - obtaining SH50 certificate to commence trading|
|UK Tax Agent/Representative|
|Corporation Tax - Obtaining Corporation Tax - Inland Revenue Tax ID|
|Company Directors - Appointment and Removal|
|PROtected Online Filing Scheme - PROOF|
|Service Addresses for Directors of your PLC|
|Annual Returns - Preparation and filing of PLC Annual Return|
|Annual Return Filing|
A private limited company can re-register as a PLC by passing a special resolution and deliver a copy of the resolution together with an application form to the Registrar