Registration of a public company limited by shares in North of Ireland: the registration of a public company in Northern Ireland should be an exciting time for everyone involved. However, it is vital that the information supplied is accurate and complete - otherwise you may experience delays. At Coddan, we have decades of experience in public company registration in NI, so we know exactly what is required for a legally compliant registration.
Because we have a direct working relationship with Companies House, we can often have your new venture up and running far quicker than if you were to arrange it yourself.
We will send all the information required for a successful registration to Companies House on your behalf, and that can save you an enormous amount of time and effort. We will take care of all the necessary public company registration documents, including the memorandum and articles of association. Our agents can also take care of other related matters, including VAT registration and setting up a bank account in Northern Ireland.
The laws that govern public company registration in Northern Ireland are based on the UK's Companies Acts. The directors of a public company can be individuals or corporations, company secretary is the mandatory requirements, and only two directors are required for the registration of a public company.
There is no need for directors to be resident in the country. Our public companies registration agents have a thorough understanding of public company limited by shares regulations in Northern Ireland, so you can trust us to get your new public company off to the best possible start.
We take care of every aspect of the public company formation process. As part of our online public company incorporation service, we can deliver a certificate of incorporation, along with your public company's memorandum and articles of association. We can also ensure that your new venture has a registered business address in the Northern Ireland capital of Belfast - giving your new business a respectable image from the outset.