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Public company registration from £145.00

UK PLC public company registration service: Coddan will provides advice and even a representative agent to expedite the incorporation process. We can get a new public company registered in as little as six hours. Are you non-UK resident? As a non-resident, it is extremely difficult to establish and thus establish of a public company in the Great Britain without a viable business address. We can make the formation of a PLC company much easier and ultimately more successful. We provide you with the valid business address and will, at your request, provide an registered agent who will be empowered to act on your behalf when dealing with the processes of public company start-up. After helping with the public company formation process, the incorporation agent will also be able to continue to act as your representative and facilitate an excellent standard of business procedure for you here in the United Kingdom.

In addition, to a new PLC company creation, we can also help to re-register a public company as a private limited by shares, or re-register your current private organisation as a public enterprise in the Great Britain.


Our main packages to register a public company in United Kingdom

£145.00

NO HIDDEN CHARGES

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This UK public company registration with Barclays, RBS, Lloyds or Lloyds bank account is for customers, who have the valid address in the United Kingdom, & want to keep it simple and paper free.

The following documents will be sending via e-mail upon the registration of a public company limited by shares:



£162.99

NO HIDDEN COSTS

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This public company formation with bank account is for people who already have a UK address & require the basic public company registration & additional documentation provided by e-mail & send by post.

This public company limited by shares start-up offer includes all services mentioned in the first option, plus:



£212.99

NO HIDDEN FEES

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This offer is for customers who want all the traditional trappings of PLC company creation in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland with impressive bound documents.

This offer includes all public company set-up benefits mentioned in the previous incorporation options, plus free delivery of:



£512.99

ANNUAL FEES FROM £375.00

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This public company establishment package is especially for expatriates & customers, who are requiring forming a public company with a prestige domiciled address in London.

This British PLC company establishment offer includes all company creation benefits mentioned in the first & the second options, with the addition of:





Our extra packages to incorporate a public company in Great Britain

£542.99

ANNUAL FEES FROM £405.00

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This PLC company startup package in North of Ireland is exclusively for consumers, who need to open a PLC company with a prestige legal address in Belfast & secretarial compliance.

The following benefits are included into this North of Irish public company incorporation offer:



£542.99

ANNUAL FEES FROM £405.00

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This PLC company establishment package in Scotland is exclusively for consumers, who need to incorporate a PLC company with a prestige legal address in Edinburgh & secretarial compliance.

The following benefits are included into this Scottish public company formation offer:



£385.00

NO HIDDEN CHARGES

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Application by a public company for re-registration as a private limited company. If you wish to re-register your current PLC organisation as a private company limited by shares, please complete this form.

This PLC company re-registration package includes the following benefits:



£385.00

NO HIDDEN CHARGES

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Application by a private company for re-registration as a public limited company. If you wish to re-register your current LTD organisation as a PLC company limited by shares, please complete this form.

This LTD company re-registration package includes the following benefits:




PLC company formation in London, Edinburgh, or in Belfast

UK public company registration: if you are considering registering in the United Kingdom, you will no doubt be aware that there are a number of different business formation options. Things might seem confusing, but it need not be complicated with Coddan. Many business owners opt to register as a public limited company as there are a vast number of advantages. Firstly, public company registration means that you can offer the shares of your company to the general public to purchase. You do not have to, but it can be a great way to raise capital from both new and existing investors alike.

The opportunity to buy and sell shares in your business automatically gives your company a more prestigious profile, and will help to encourage suppliers and customers to deal with you. Public companies also have more opportunities to make further acquisitions – offering shares to shareholders of the firms you are targeting is a sure-fire way to merge and acquire businesses in order to further your business goals, and all this is made simple with public company formation via Coddan Formations Agency.

In terms of transparency, incorporating as a public limited company (or PLC for short) allows potential shareholders to see how your company is performing, making it an attractive option for established businesses. By displaying your PLC company growth to potential investors, you are essentially enticing them to purchase shares and further strengthen your business. If you are ready to take the next step, why not allow Coddan Formations Agency to take the headache out of your public company establishment? With a friendly team of experts on hand, affordable PLC incorporation packages tailored to the needs of your business and a professionalism you will not find elsewhere, it’s the sensible option for businesses on the up.

Why choose us to register a public company in the Great Britain? We've been in business for more than nineteen years and have a wealth of experience in the registration of PLC public companies. Coddan is the best choice to help you achieve your business goals. Whether you are a UK resident and wish to register a public company, or you need aid with public company incorporation. Coddan are the company formation agent you can trust. We are registered with and monitored by Companies House and HMRC.

Furthermore, while all of our services can be provided online we believe in personal service, so if you have any questions or need any further help you can contact us by email, live chat or even by phone to our central London offices. We're always here to help. You can be sure with Coddan that you and your business are in safe hands.


 

Same day public company start-up

Sameday Public Company Formation

Coddan is a HMRC-certified business start-up agent that provides UK & non-UK tax residents with the registration of public companies in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Whether this is a new business, or a branch or subsidiary of an existing one, Coddan business start-up agents are fully qualified and able to process registrations in as little as a few hours. Public company set-up in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester or Liverpool, provides the credibility as well as taxation advantages. This is where Coddan's expertise can help, not only in the initial start-up - which costs as little as £145.00 - but also in the advice and support they offer their customers with regards to key milestones for their businesses, such as the preparation of annual returns and reports. If you need an assistance with public company establishment, you can also speak to our business advisors between 9.30am-6.00pm Monday to Friday by telephoning + (0) 207.935.5171 or + (0) 330.808.0089 (national rates).

Reasons and benefits to establish a PLC public company in the Great Britain

Register a Public Company

How would you like to join a very exclusive financial club where the members represent. The members of this club are companies that have gone public. Why is this group made up of such a small percentage of corporations? Because completing an initial public offering is tough, expensive and complex. It can also be mysterious and confusing because it involves the disciplines of accounting, financial reporting and security law, and the average entrepreneur usually does not have expertise in these areas.

When considering whether or not to go public, you should first ask yourself what your motivations and objectives are. If your reasons are to gain the glamour and prestige that comes along with a successful offering or to keep up with competitors within your industry that are going public, you should think twice. While going public is considered an acknowledgement of success, since typically only high-growth, hot companies can do it, this is not a decision to be entered into lightly - and you don't want to enter into it for the wrong reasons.

Although it is tempting to want to share in the type of fortune and fame that comes along with a lucrative initial public offering, especially after the past several years of phenomenal offerings by technology and Internet companies, you have to consider what is best for your particular company.

There are more than two million companies incorporated in England and Wales. Fewer than 15,000 are public companies. Of those companies, approximately 2,500 have floated on the London Stock Exchange. Around 1,400 listed on the London Stock Exchange's principal market for larger, more established companies (the 'Main Market'), with approximately a further 1,150 quoted on the Stock Exchange's international market for smaller, growing companies (the Alternative Investment Market or 'AIM').

The benefits of starting-up as a public company in the UK: a public company is a business that grants the public the chance to purchase securities such as stocks and shares, usually through the stock exchange. Forming as a public company offers many benefits, including the greater bsuienss valuation; the market value of a public company is usually higher than its private counterpart. The most obvious result of this is a substantial increase in the net worth of the company's founders and shareholders.

Public companies can use their shares to reward their employees. While such a compensation tool is also available to private companies, the shares of private companies cannot be traded publicly. Private company shares are therefore likely to be of lower value and hence, less enticing to employees. Many investors will shy away from investing in private companies, often requiring companies to trade publicly before they commit their funds.

As public companies tend to be associated with higher valuations than their private counterparts, they do not have to sell as much stock to raise the same amount of money as their private counterparts. In addition to improved access to capital, public companies benefit from greater access to debt funding as they are usually better prepared to issue a range of debt securities.

Similarly, to company shares, these debt securities can be traded on public markets. A public company will benefit from greater visibility and credibility amongst its customers and employees, the media and the financial community. Public companies are, by definition, better known amongst the general public than their private counterparts.

This increased visibility will naturally breed confidence in potential investors. The decision to "go public" is an important one. While public company registration may offer a variety of attractive opportunities, the process requires thoughtful consideration of the many pros and cons.

If you would like to find out more about public company formation, wet can help. Call us today and speak with one of our knowledgeable business start-up advisors.