Company Formation - Ireland
Company Formation - Ireland
Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland can help you with the formation and registration of your company in Ireland. Our service covers all steps, from the start to finish, in setting up your company Ireland through the Companies Registration Office (CRO). These steps include but are by no means limited to carrying out a name check, preparing all registration forms, drafting the constitution, allocating a NACE code classification, and issuing shares. This process may appear daunting but Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland will handle all requirements on your behalf.
Company Constitution and Incorporation Procedure
When setting up your company in Ireland, the Constitution outlines the purpose of the company, along with the main activity which the Company intends to carry out. This activity is identified by a NACE code. When Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland have ensured that all required information has been gathered, we will submit the Constitution, along with various other documentation referring to Directors, Secretary, Share Capital etc for the final company incorporation.
Companies which are registered in Ireland are required by law to have at least one director who is a permanent resident in the European Economic Area. In the event that you are forming an Irish company which does not have a Director who is resident in the EEA, a Non-Resident Directors Bond needs to be deposited with the Irish Government to exempt the company from this requirement. Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland can handle the arrangements of this bond, which insures the company for a sum of € 25,000, for a minimum of two years.
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In addition to this, at least two Officers must be registered when forming a company in Ireland, and in the event that there is only one Director, another person must be nominated as Company Secretary. The Company Secretary has various functions such as ensuring compliance with the Companies Act 2014 and filing the annual returns, along with various other functions depending on the company itself. Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland are able to talk you through all details so that when you are ready to form your company, you know what the requirements are. Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland are also able to take on the role of Company Secretary if required.
The minimum amount of shareholders which you will need when setting up a company Ireland is one. Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland will start by issuing one hundred shared, each of them carrying a nominal value of €1. Overseas shareholders are permitted, and it is in fact permitted to have only overseas shareholders, if this is your preference. The issued Share Capital equates the number of shares which has been issued by the company, out of its nominal share capital.
To receive a specific quotation or further information regarding company formation in Ireland, please contact Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland.
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