Limited company formation with an RBS bank account: through the experts here at Coddan, you can access information and services from the country's top banking institutions. We understand that company formation is a complicated and confusing process, and we are here to guide you through it. When you are starting out in business, it helps to align yourself with a great bank who can support you when you need it. The Royal Bank of Scotland offers new companies a great package of business benefits, and will arrange limited company formation and registration services to get you started. Once your account is active, you will be supported by a dedicated account manager who can answer your questions and provide you with information. Coddan will also be on hand when you need us.
|Limited Company Formation with an RBS Bank Account|
With the new company formation, we are able to engage with the Royal Bank of Scotland the process of opening a business bank account for our UK clients and customers. If you form a private company with us, and require to open a reputable bank account, we are able to help to register a new company and assist with bank account introduction service. All you need to do is to complete our application form and we will help you to to form a company with RBS bank account.
Here at Coddan, we make it simple to set up your own company and start trading right away. Our limited company formation with an RBS banking account lets you do so with ease.
Just provide us with all your formation details – including company name; directors, of which at least one is required; secretary (not essential but can be used); shares; and shareholders – and we will do the rest. You can use our handy online application form, which is approved by Companies House, to make the process more convenient.
When we receive your application we will start by carrying out a check of your proposed limited company name, to make sure you can use it, and then filing your application with Companies House. Afterwards you will receive a certificate of incorporation and we will introduce you to RBS so you can get a business bank account in your new company's name. This cuts out what can often be a lengthy and problematic procedure in trying to get your own account with a top bank.
To enjoy the benefits of a professional limited company formation service with a business banking account, contact Coddan now and you can be trading in no time.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is a well-known and trusted banking institution which works with business clients of all kinds. They offer specialist packages for limited companies, which include a range of benefits to encourage you to sign up.
If you want to take up limited status with your business, you will need a separate business account to handle all of your transactions. In the early days, you may also need access to credit or finance, and assistance with setting up payments for employees and contractors. Choosing an RBS account will provide you with a dedicated account manager who can guide and support you during your private company formation.
Coddan has been advising business clients on company formation through banking establishment for many years, and we are confident in recommending the RBS business bank account. New customers will get great benefits which include reduced fees in the first year, a flexible loan structure and discounts on savings and personal accounts for business customers.
It is a legal requirement for all companies registered at Companies House to have a business bank account. This requirement ensures that directors of companies keep their personal and business finances separate, but it means that when you are setting up a new company, you need to take a good look at the market to see which bank is offering you the best business account deal.
RBS Bank is one of the biggest providers of business banking in the UK, but if you are thinking of opening an account with them, you should be aware that they will ask for a range of information from you, including details about the legal status of the business, its anticipated turnover and any funding requirements.
Gathering together the necessary information to open a business bank account can be a frustrating experience, so to save time, why not get in touch with Coddan Ltd?
There are many things to consider when setting up a company, but one of the most important is the necessity of keeping your business and personal finances separate.
This reflects one of the key responsibilities of a company director - to ensure that you make decisions that benefit the company as a whole, not yourself. In fact, you have an obligation to notify shareholders if any transaction the company makes might benefit you personally.
If your personal and business finances are not kept separate, you run the risk of being in breach of the duties of a company director as laid out in the Companies Act of 2006, which may lead to fines, penalties or even prosecution.
If you are thinking of setting up a company or are involved with an existing company and you need advice on keeping your business and personal finances separate, it’s a good idea to get professional advice from a provider like Coddan Ltd.