Company Incorporation UK has been established in the UK since 2003, and our formation specialists have a wealth of experience in setting up companies across the UK. We provide a fully comprehensive service including: company formation, bank account assistance, offices and accountancy as well as post incorporation consulting services.

The United Kingdom has one of the most successful economies in the EU. It attracts more inward investment from Asia and the US than any other EU country. This success is reflected in the number of foreign companies that have set up businesses in the UK.

Company Formation FAQs

  • Why are foreign investors so keen on UK company formation?
  • What are the main types of UK company incorporation?
  • What are the main features of a Private Limited Company (Ltd)?
  • What are the main features of a Public Limited Company (Plc)?
  • What are the main features of a Branch?
  • What are the main features of a Limited Liability Partnership?
  • How easy is it to recruit staff in the UK?
  • What is the UK regulatory environment like?
  • Are there financial incentives available for those considering UK company registration?
  • How easy is it to close a UK company?
  • And what about banking facilities?

Branch and Subsidiary Information

Open a Branch in United Kingdom

Foreign investors looking to establish a branch company in the UK can benefit from a strong economic environment and a positive approach to foreign investment.

The process of setting up a UK branch must be done in conjunction with the UK Companies Act 2006 which regulates company law.

Although the UK generally favours foreign investment, there may be some restrictions for countries outside of the European Economic Area (EEA).

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Open a Subsidiary in United Kingdom

The establishment of subsidiaries in the UK is regulated by the Companies Act 2006.

The country is completely non-discriminatory to foreign investment and is popular due to its geographical location, strong economy and advanced telecommunications.

There are certain regulations on company names, but the timescale for setting up a subsidiary is just one day, assuming all documentation conforms to standard.

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