We can usually incorporate your UK Limited company within hours. UK companies are the easiest and most flexible of companies to incorporate within the European Union and visiting the UK is not required to incorporate your company.
The single most important advantage of trading via a UK Limited company is the limited liability of the company's shareholders.
We check that your company name is acceptable and is not already incorporated with the UK Companies Registry.
Once incorporated we provide a set of corporate documents for your United Kingdom company which includes the Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum of Association the Articles of Association, first minutes and share certificates. Copies of the company incorporation documents are sent via email and the originals from the companies registry are sent to you in a corporate folder.
Your United Kingdom company must have a registered office, which must be a physical address in United Kingdom. The registered office is where documents may be legally served on the company - we provide this registered office service in United Kingdom.
To start the incorporation of your United Kingdom company we initially only require, the proposed company name, details of the company directors, shareholders and the proposed activities.
We provide you with full expert assistance throughout every step of the United Kingdom company formation process.
UK companies are the easiest and most flexible of companies to incorporate within the European Union. In Europe there are three main types of company:
Registration legally protects your company name against anyone else incorporating a similarly named limited company in the UK.
A private company only requires one director and one shareholder.
Incorporation package includes:
|Original Certificate of Incorporation||This is issued by The Registrar of Companies after incorporation. It shows your Company Name, Company Number and date of Incorporation of your new company.|
|2 copies of the Memorandum||These show the rules for the company. They show, where its registered office should be, how much share capital can be issued etc.|
|2 copies of the Articles of Association||The Articles of Association contain regulations, including: rules on the allotment and transfer of shares; the appointment and removal of directors; conduct of board and general meetings|
|Stock Transfer Form||
These forms are your proof that our nominee shareholders no longer own the shares issued on incorporation - keep these forms safe.
No stamp duty is payable on the transfer because no payment was requested or made.
|Certificate of Non-Trading||This is supplied for UK ready made companies only. This guarantees that your company has not traded or incurred any liabilities prior to having been transferred to you. We supply this certificate.|
|Combined Company Register||This is where you record the issue of shares, the transfer of shares, the appointment and resignation of officers, minutes of board meetings etc.|
|24 Share Certificates||A share certificate or stock certificate is a written instrument evidencing the legal title to shares in the company|
|Registers||Registers of shareholders & Share Ledger, Register of Directors & Secretaries and the Register of Mortgages & Charges|
We will happily assist you with any company secretarial advice you may require and can also carry out certain company secretarial duties on your behalf. After incorporation, we can:
In addition to our new company formations, we also maintain extensive stocks of ready made companies. These are ready to trade and can be transferred to you within hours.
A person with significant control (PSC) is someone who owns or controls your company. They are sometimes called ‘beneficial owners’. All UK private limited companies are legally required to maintain a statutory register with information about the people who have significant control.
A PSC must meet one or more of the following conditions of control.
Most PSCs are likely to be people who hold:
PSC information will be entered on the central public register at Companies House, either upon incorporation or when an existing company files its first confirmation statement (previously the Annual Return). You must confirm, and update where necessary, PSC information every 12 months when you deliver a confirmation statement.