Set up a company in Ireland: How to set up a limited company in Ireland.

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Are you considering expanding your business or starting a new venture in Ireland? William Nguyen Co can help you with company formation and business services. With our extensive experience and expertise, we can help you navigate the complexities of setting up a company in Ireland.

With our extensive experience and expertise, we can help you navigate the complexities of setting up a company in Ireland. In this article, we will explain how to set up a company in Ireland. There are several steps you have to follow.

Firstly, your company has to have at least one director and one secretary, share capital and a unique company name. While there are several types of companies in Ireland, the most common are private limited companies.

The company has at least one director, who must reside in an EEA/EU country. Otherwise, you must put a non-EEA resident bond called section 137 Bond to the Companies Registration Officer (CRO) to set up a company in ireland.. All directors must also have a Personal Public Service (PPS) number to incorporate a company. Alternatively, you can apply for a Verification Identity Number (VIN) through a Form VIF.

Finally, your company must have one secretary. The secretary will ensure the company meets its Annual Return Deadline filing form B1 to CRO. Missing the annual return is costly because CRO can fine you up to 1,200 Euros, and your company financial statements will need auditing for two years.

To keep your peace of mind, we offer comprehensive company secretarial services, including maintaining statutory registers, filing of annual returns, and assisting with corporate governance matters. Our team ensures that your company remains in good standing with the Irish Companies Registration Office (CRO).

Your company name is generally not similar to the previous companies in the Registrar’s list. The company also has authorised and issued shares plans in advance. We will prepare the documents and send the paperwork for your signature. The company must pay the registration fee and apply to CRO. The processing time is between 5 to 10 working days.

In addition, our team has a deep understanding of the Irish business landscape with years of experience in the field. We stay up-to-date with the latest regulatory changes, ensuring your company is always compliant.

We offer competitive pricing for our services, ensuring you receive excellent investment value. Please give us a call or drop an email. We will guide you on effectively setting up a limited company in Ireland.