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Coddan CPM Ltd. – Company Registration Agent in the UK
U.K. Professional Clients

U.K. Professional Clients

U.K. Private Customers

U.K. Private Customers

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International Clients

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Secretarial Compliance

Post-Registration and Maintenance Services for Holding Companies

Post-registration and maintenance services for holding companies

 

Holding company post-formation service

Post-registration and maintenance services for holding companies: Coddan' holding company registration advisers have more than 20 years of experience in setting up holding entities for clients all over the world, and their expertise stretches beyond the initial stages of this arrangement. Once a holding firm has been established, it is important for business owners to take advantage of all of the associated benefits that are on offer.

Through our website, Coddan can provide a range of services that relate to the legal, commercial and taxation opportunities that come with this form of business.

Tax efficiency will always be one of the major motivations when setting up a holding company, but legal compliance is absolutely paramount - the consequences of operating outside of the regulations can be grave. Coddan has the experienced team of accountants and tax consultants, and they can ensure that all tax relief is applied in a legal and ethical manner.

A variety of concessions are available when trading shares through a holding company (as well as benefits upon receiving dividend payments), and clients have the extra peace of mind that comes from dealing with a consultancy that is officially recognised by HMRC and Companies House.

If setting up a holding company is desirable for the purpose of having a separate business address, Coddan can arrange for a holding company to have a registered address location for all correspondence. For effective record keeping, all incoming communications can be held and filed at a dedicated location, while the main operations of the business take place elsewhere. If a surprise inspection of documents was to occur, this could be carried out with little disruption to the everyday activities of the main company as it would happen away from the premises.