U.K. Professional Clients
U.K. Private Customers
I am not British resident, do you work with overseas clients to incorporate UK company? Many of our clients are not British or do not live in the United Kingdom, we accept all nationalities. You may visit our office in London (we strongly suggest it to all of our non-resident customers), but it is not necessary, and you do not need to be here in person to incorporate British limited company.
We provide the reasonable and budgeted private company set-up, ready-made companies, bookkeeping & accounting, tax planning, tax filing and a wide range of corporate services. We also provide registered office addresses in different locations throughout the United Kingdom, and we are also offering assistance with the opening of bank accounts for our overseas customers.
You do not need to visit us to incorporate a company here; you can open an organisation online using our own companies and LLPs' registration software, which has been approved by Companies Registrar. Our companies start-up system has been fully updated and are in compliance with the Companies Act 2006 up to October 2008, please be assured that you can incorporate through Coddan with confidence.
Since Coddan is always searching for new ways to improve our service to customers, we are proud to announce that we now have a similar e-filing method for new companies in the Republic of Ireland, which will allow us to reduce the period of time it takes to incorporate new Irish entities by 50%.
The Companies Registration Office (CRO) in Ireland recognises our company as one of the few providers of the CRODisk scheme, which was originally developed by the CRO with the purpose of minimising incorporation time and creating a more cost-effective option for registering a private company.
We have great, strong relationships with the top of UK & offshore-located banks and all the experience to help you with the process of opening a corporate bank account in the Great Britain or offshore uncomplicated. Not only our consultants are competitive and professional, all of them have successful experience to open corporate and private accounts for non-UK domiciled customers and businesses. They knew the most frustrations involved and working very hard to make things as simplified as possible.
Choices about adopting a legal structure will depend on a number of factors linked to the nature of the social enterprise - its social purpose, the people/stakeholders who are involved with it, the scale on which it plans to operate and the way its start-up and working capital needs are to be financed. What is important is that form follows function, that the choice of legal structure accurately reflects the needs of the social enterprise in question.
Careful planning must take place before the establishment of a new social enterprise or before making changes to an existing enterprise to ensure that the most appropriate legal structure is chosen. Investing time and resources in selecting the right structure is vital and the decisions taken should be based on long-term considerations for the enterprise.