How to make a public company as the listed company? Allowing members of the public to purchase an interest in your organisation is a useful way of obtaining the finance you need for further growth, as well as a handy method of giving your company added appeal - the coveted "PLC" acronym after the name of your organisation can do wonders for its image! Although public company registration is relatively straightforward, undertaking the necessary processes to list your organisation can be more complicated, which is why expert advice is essential.
Right number of members: if you're looking to achieve public company registration in Republic of Ireland, and want your organisation listed, it's essential that the company has seven or more members. Particularly for companies which generate a high turnover yet have a relatively small membership, this can be a challenge. Why not ask Coddan Formations Agency for a free consultation to discover can prove solutions to this issue, allowing your venture to be listed without making dramatic changes?
Turnover: listing in Ireland requires that an organisation has a share capital in excess of €38,092 - a challenge for companies with assets in diverse locations or with complex financial situations. If you decide that listing is preferable but are concerned that your fiscal profile might not meet the necessary requirements, Coddan Formations Agency have access to specialised financial advisors that can undertake the necessary work to get your organisation ready for listing.
Quick and convenient: rather than go through the inconvenience and frustration of attempting to list your company alone, why not let Coddan get the job done rapidly and competently? With years of experience in diverse corporate matters, they have a strong record of accomplishment in successfully undertaking a wide range of public company formation matters.
As the necessary procedures are all undertaken online, you can facilitate the process at a time and place to suit your schedule.