U.K. Professional Clients
U.K. Private Customers
Quick UK tax resident company establishment
The description of our package in brief: -
Registration of a new private limited company with Companies House and HMRC;
The provision of a registered office address in London, we will domicile your company at our office address at Baker Street;
The display of your company name at monitor at the registered office address;
You can use our offices and meeting rooms while you are in London;
You can use our office address as the general business correspondence address for your business posts, and on your business stationary such as business cards;
The provision of a local nominee director (a UK resident, consultant from our company will become a nominee director);
The provision of a nominee secretary (Coddan will be appointed as your corporate secretary);
The provision of a nominee shareholder (citizen and resident of the UK, who holds the shares of your company in trust);
Registration of your company as the UK tax payer;
We will deal with your company secretarial issues;
We will deal with the HMRC and Companies House on your behalf.
The nominees do not help to avoid the registration of the person with the significant control of the company with Companies House. If the company has more then five shareholders, or operated and controlled by the UK registered trust, you do not need to register a person with significant control with the Companies House.
Every business, large or small, must produce annual accounts for the tax authorities. All limited companies must also file accounts at Companies House, which comply in form and substance with the Companies Act provisions.
When we prepare your annual accounts for you, we view this as an opportunity to discuss performance and future prospects for your business. It is usual that we meet to discuss your performance ensuring that you remain tax efficient and have opportunity to discuss any future opportunities or risks within the business.
Our aim is to provide more than just the preparation of annual accounts. We use the annual accounts as a tool to assist in a proactive approach to advising the direction of your organisation. With the help of one of our skilled advisers, your accounts can pin point positive and negative trends in the business.
In addition, we will work with you to ensure that you receive information in a timely manner - avoiding unnecessary fines and penalties.
If you are thinking about setting up a UK tax resident company, and need it done quickly and easily, if you would like to do the bookkeeping records by your own, and you will need the professional assistance with the preparation of your final annual accounts and its submission with the relevant government bodies (for an additional charge), then this package is the perfect choice.
How it works?
Twelve months after your company incorporation, you will need to provide us the corporate bank statements and copies of all invoices to help you with the preparation and finalisation of the annual accounts for behalf of your company.
What documents will you get from us?
The following documents will be sending by the first class post to you upon formation of your UK tax resident company: -
1. Two laminated certificates of incorporation;
2. Two hard bound copies of your memorandum & articles of association;
3. Two hard bound copies of the first meeting of the board of directors;
4. Two elegant printed share certificates and your company registers;
5. General power of attorney, resignation letter signed by a nominee director;
6. Nominee services agreement, declaration of trust & stock transfer form;
7. An agreement in between us and your company for the preparation of the annual return and the annual accounts, and the indemnity letter;
8. All corporate documents comes verified by a notary public and certified by an apostille stamp.
P.S. In the case if you will need to have more documents or more copies of your corporate documents from us, you can order them at a later stage.
You need to provide us the following: -
1. A certified copy of your ID and the utility bill;
2. A dully signed indemnity agreement (we will send you the drafted copy);
3. A dully signed engagement letter (we will send you the drafted copy).
The formation of a UK tax resident company usually takes as little as four to six hours from the time that Coddan receives your application and the payment. We will file your application electronically with Companies House allowing the fastest possible registration.
This generally means that if you place an order before 11 a.m. (London time) on a normal working day, your company will be registered by the end of that day. Registration can sometimes take slightly longer. Although the majority of companies are incorporated within a maximum of 24 hours, there may be occasions where the process takes longer due to circumstances beyond our control.
Please note that, although your company will generally be registered in four to six hours, the preparation and delivery of your corporate documents typically takes slightly longer.
Please take the note upon your consideration that we cannot finish with your business incorporation until we receive the certified copies of your Due Diligence documents.
Due to the implementation of 2017 Money Laundering Regulations (EC Fourth Money Laundering Directive 2015/849) on 26 June 2017 it is now necessary for all Trust and Company Services providers including company formation agents (in our case: Coddan CPM LTD) to register with the HM Revenue & Customs and to put anti-money laundering systems into place.
If you will order a registered office address, or a nominee director, secretary or nominee shareholder from us, we are therefore required to ask for the scanned identification of a company members and beneficial owners of all newly registered companies via e-mail first before we can undertake to provide incorporation service for your limited company.
Within 14 days we will require you to post us a recent utility bill(s) (for past three months) showing names and current addresses of your company' members and beneficiary owner(s)', and also their passport or driving licence(s).
These can be original documents or copies certified by a solicitor, notary public or commissioner for oaths.
If you are an overseas based client you should provide us copies of passport(s) and utility bill(s) with the notarised translation into English. We can process the order immediately to incorporate your new limited company, but will not send you corporate documents until we receive required due diligence documents.