UK Company

The experts at Financial Guardian specialize in UK Company Registration and a wide variety of other desirable jurisdictions.
UK Incorporation Fee and 1st year maintenance fee:  $549

UK Company formation

 


 

How to Registare a Company in UK:

STEP 1: Fill in our easy to use online application form. Alternatively, you can contact us via e-mail at: info@financial-guardian.com or via our online chat and we will send you a UK company order form. The form should be filled out with as much information as possible and sent back to us.

STEP 2: We will then issue an invoice and payment instructions. You can pay using our secure online payment system with major credit/debit cards/Paypal or you can make a bank transfer. Once payment is received we will start processing your order immediately. If time is of the essence, please send us proof of a wire transfer and we will begin processing your order immediately.

STEP 3: Once the UK company Formation process has started, we will send you an email with your UK company corporate documents for you to sign. You can then send them back to us as a scanned document by email.

STEP 4: All the corporate documents will be sent to you at no extra charge by express delivery using Fedex/DHL/UPS.

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Package Includes:

Fee includes the following services:

  • UK company formation
  • Registered office for the 1st year
  • Resident agent for the 1st year
  • Government fees for the 1st year
  • FREE shipping of corporate documents via Fedex/DHL/UPS

Fee includes the following corporate documents:

  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Memorandum of Association
  • Articles of Association
  • Resolution of Subscriber in Writing
  • Resolution of Director in Writing
  • Share Certificate

Advantages of Registaring Limited UK Companies:

  • Low set up costs and annual maintenance.
  • Fast incorporation process. Normally completed in 1-2 business day.
  • No requirements of a minimum paid up capital.
  • Information of shareholders, directors and beneficial owners is a part of public record.
  • Distinguish entity and worldwide recognition.
  • Can be as an EU enterance gateway.
  • FREE shipping to you via Fedex/DHL/UPS.

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Key factors:

  • Time frame: Register of a UK company takes 1-2 business day.
  • Status of the company: UK LLC (Limited Liability Company), Limited Company Uk, LTD
  • Director: The minimum number of directors is one. The directors can be from any nationality. Corporate directors are also permitted, at least one of your company’s directors must be a person.
  • Shareholder: The minimum number of shareholders is one. The shareholders can be from any nationality. Corporate shareholders are also permitted. Shareholder(s) and director(s) may be the same.
  • Confidentiality: Information regarding the Directors, Shareholder and Beneficial Owners of the company is available to the public in the UK.
  • Nominee Services: We can provide you with Nominee Shareholder and Nominee Director services for further confidentiality and another layer of privacy.
  • Registered agent/Office: A Registered Agent and Registered Office is required in UK. We will provide them for you.
  • Shares and Capital: The standard share capital is GBP 100,000 divided into 100,000 shares of GBP 1.00 each. Shares can be issued with or without par value. No paid up capital is required.
  • Tax: UK Companies pay tax between 20% – 23%, depends on the overall turn over of the company.
  • Annual financial statements: There is equirement to submit an annual tax return or financial statements to the UK tax Authorities.
  • Annual renewal of company: Annual renewal fees of all UK companies are due on the anniversary of the registration of the company.

 

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Fees:

UK Formation Fee and 1st year maintenance fee: $549

  • Company’s registration fee
  • All corporate documents
  • Government fees
  • Registered agent for 1 year
  • Registered office for 1 year
  • Express delivery with DHL/Fedex/UPS

Annual fees from the 2nd year $450

  • Government fees
  • Registered agent for 1 year
  • Registered office for 1 year

Optional services

  • Nominee Director (Including apostilled Power of Attorney) per year   $450
  • Nominee shareholder per year   $350
  • Notarized set of all corporate documents   $100
  • Apostilled set of all corporate documents   $200

Bank accounts for your UK  Company

The fee includes legalization of all required corporate documents by the bank

  • Bank account with CIM Switzerland —– $1,500
  • Bank account with AfrAsia Bank in Mauritius—– $900
  • Bank account with ABC Bank in Mauritius—– $900

 

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UK Company Formation:

Despite England not being part of the EU, it is still one of the strongest countries in the world, particularly in Europe. London, like New York and Hong Kong, is one of the most important financial centres in the world. Registering a company in the UK allows you to take advantage of benefits such as the reputation of the country as well as others.

There are various options one can choose from with regards to a UK limited company structure. All companies registered in the UK however, must be registered with the official Registrar of Companies, Companies House.

There are a number of benefits one has when registering a limited company in the UK, such as the limited financial liability that is provided to the company’s shareholders or beneficial owners. Their financial liability is limited to the value of their shares, meaning that the owners of a limited company is not personally liable for any business debt beyond the value of the company shares.

One of the disadvantages of registering a limited company in the UK and something one should take into account is that all the company information, including the details of the directors and shareholders, is open to the public. In addition, one should note that all companies must file both annual accounts as well as annual returns to Companies House every year and that the information submitted in these documents is also on public record.

Another popular UK company structure is a UK Limited Liability Partnership, or otherwise known as an LLP. The advantage of this type of structure is that it offers a company both financial liability as well as the flexibility in the tax arrangement that is provided by a traditional business set-up. This structure provides the company with a combination of unlimited capacity, alongside corporate status with the protection of limited liability for members together with the ability to operate and be taxed as a partnership. Usually professionals who are unable to form a limited company but require the protection of a limited financial liability, look to this structure as the ideal solution. LLP’s are not required to file a constitution at Companies House such that the internal company information regarding their profit-sharing agreements, decision-making structure and other company information remain private and closed to the public.

The most popular company structure option in the UK is the private company limited by shares. This structure is comprised of the shareholders who own the company, managed by the directors and has the intention of making a profit. The profits made by the company are then either reinvested into the company or distributed among the various owners of the company in the form of dividends.

A company registered in the UK is seen as a reputable company and is generally viewed as being a more secure option for prospective clients.