七乐彩票大发快三下载We are pleased to answer any questions that you may have regarding the set up and running of a UK Company. Here you will find answers to the questions we are most frequently asked.
Northern Ireland Companies are registered online at Companies House. Typically it takes 3 hours to incorporate a Northern Ireland Company. The most popular type of company incorporated in the Northern Ireland is a Private Company Limited by Shares. This type of company is more usually known as a Limited Company or Ltd.
七乐彩票大发快三下载A Northern Ireland limited company can be used for any commercial purpose. Private companies limited by shares are also used as holding companies and can be trading or non-trading.
七乐彩票大发快三下载We incorporate private companies limited by shares on-line within 3 working hours. Our fee to incorporate a private company limited by shares is £118.
七乐彩票大发快三下载The requirements for registration of a Northern Ireland company are fairly straightforward. The company needs just one person appointed as director of the company. A company secretary and other directors are optional. You do not have to be a Northern Irish national or resident to be an officer of a Northen Ireland company.
七乐彩票大发快三下载All Northern Ireland Companies must have a registered office within the Northern Ireland. This is the official address of the company, it does not have to be a trading address, and the company does not have to maintain a presence at the address. We will provide you with an address to use as your company's registered office.
- Key Features of a Northern Ireland Company
Only one director required.
Only one shareholder required.
Overseas and corporate shareholders allowed.
No need to visit.
- Prices & Fees
Northern Ireland Company Registration £118
Registered Office £240 per year
- Help & Advice
Please contact us with any questions that you may have. We will be pleased to speak with you and will do our best to assist you. If you are ready to register your Northern Ireland company please use our secure order form
A Northern Ireland Company must have a registered office in Northern Ireland. This is the official address of the company, and is where correspondence from Companies House and other Government departments is sent to.