COMPANY INCORPORATION IN THE UK

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England is one of the four countries which make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the place of origin of the English language. English legislation forms the basis of legal systems in many countries in the world. London is the center of economic, financial, and business interests of the world’s largest corporations, industrial companies and small businesses. The country is out of the offshore blacklists, and the British companies handle various financial, agency and export-import operations, having proven to be reliable business partners around the world.
England is a popular jurisdiction in terms of international tax planning and the number of registered companies is continually growing. There are three types of companies: Public Limited Company (PLC) Private Limited Company (LTD), Limited Liability Partnership (LLP).

English Partnership with Limited Liability LLP- Prices

Basic

790
  • Company registration, including payment of fees
  • Legal address
  • Set of registration documents
  • Registered agent
  • Stamp of the company
  • Apostille of documents

Standard

940
  • Company registration, including payment of fees
  • Legal address
  • Set of registration documents
  • Registered agent
  • Stamp of the company
  • Apostille of documents

Premium

1150
  • Company registration, including payment of fees
  • Legal address
  • Set of registration documents
  • Registered agent
  • Stamp of the company
  • Apostille of documents
  • Nominee service
  • Issue of a general power of attorney

Premium+

1350
  • Company registration, including payment of fees
  • Legal address
  • Set of registration documents
  • Registered agent
  • Stamp of the company
  • Apostille of documents
  • Nominee service
  • Issue of a general power of attorney
  • Bank account
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The law of England provides the opportunity to register and use companies with a zero-tax rate in the UK – LLP (Limited Liability Partnership).
Limited Liability Partnership assumes that liability is limited by shares or by guarantee. There are no requirements for authorized capital, there can be at least two partners.

A UK LLP opened by a non-UK citizen or nonresident can allow for earnings that are not taxed in the UK. You are not subject to UK tax if you are engaged in a trade or business outside UK. LLP partners are usually offshore legal entities, enabling companies to reduce international tax burden. LLPs are easy to manage, it takes a few days to incorporate an LLP, and an income tax is paid by the members of the partnership in the country of residence.

UK is not an offshore jurisdiction at first sight as all profits received on the territory of the state are taxed. Besides, a company is required to file annual financial and tax reports.
Reporting is standard: a company files an annual report including information about its partners, the registration address, as well as account information about all the financial transactions during the year. Despite this, English jurisdiction is still attractive to businesses. “Offshore UK” is just a name for foreign companies on UK territory, but if you look closer, it has a basis.

It will help you get started in one of the world’s leading financial centers and expand your business opportunities. The number of incorporated companies is growing every day, due to the modern financial instruments allowing to enhance business profitability. British LLP is perfect for various types of business, both for trading companies and for import/export business dealing with the European Economic Area, CIS Countries, Asia. We advise our clients to have a registered agent in the UK who will provide nominee service (members of the partnership from classical offshore zones), a legal address, help in obtaining documents from the Register of Companies, provide secretarial services and help maintain the business.

How to register an offshore in England?

Company incorporation in England does not take long. We can register a company within one working day after filing the documents. We provide an electronic copy of the Certificate of Incorporation within two working days. Document legalization takes a bit longer. <

Electronic incorporations can be submitted electronically through suitably enabled software or via web. We recommend having a registration partner in the UK to provide nominal services

What are the set-up steps for the tax-exempt LLP

  • Choosing a company name
  • Filling incorporation documents
  • Payment of fees
  • Registration in the Register of Companies
  • Notarization and apostille of company documents
  • Delivery of documents to the client

What is required to register a company in England?

  • Passport (scan copy)
  • Proof of address (scan copy, confirming the place of residence, for example: stamp of registration, utility bill or a copy of a similar document)

What do you will get as a result?

  • LLIN01 Registration Form of Application for Registration (Registration form)
  • Certificate of Registration (Certificate of Incorporation)
  • Pre-Incorporation Memorandum of Association
  • Partnership Agreement
  • Minutes of the First Meeting of Members
  • Share Certificates (2 Certificates of Shares)
  • Resolution of Members
  • 2 Instruments of Transfer (the Instrument of transfer of rights) *
  • Letter of Resignation (Undated (on request) exemption letter from the Nominee Director) *
  • Nominee Agreement (the Agreement of using the Nominee Service) *
  • Power of Attorney*
  • Declaration of Trust*
  • Certificate of Non-Trading*

* Provided in case of using a nominee service

  • Ideal for scenarios where an onshore profile is needed (but where offshore tax treatment is the ultimate aim).
  • The UK has a reputation for prestigious jurisdiction and enjoys credibility with European banks.
  • Works for the international business tax optimizing.
Non-resident English partnerships, in which partners are an offshore company, are often used for:

  • holding / asset management, real estate;
  • ownership of company shares;
  • international trading operations;
  • service companies – for example, consulting;