Our charges are as follows:
Proposed Name of New Company: We suggest that you have 3 options, just in case your first or second choice is not available. Your Company name must be unique and must clearly distinguish your company from all other Irish registered companies.
Principal activity of the company: A brief description of the general nature of activity of the company. The companies act 2014 replaced the companies act 1963-2013 on 1st June 2015. The Companies Act 2014 introduced a constitution for private limited companies that replaced the memorandum and articles of association.
Registered Office Address: An address to which the company registration office (CRO) and legal correspondence will be sent.
Trading Office Address: We need an address at which the principle activity of the company will be carried out.
Company Secretary Details: All Irish Companies must have a company secretary who will ensure that the statutory obligations are met. Their name, address, date of birth, nationality and occupation is needed.
Directors Details: Directors are the people who have been appointed to run the company on behalf of the shareholders. Their name, address, date of birth, nationality, occupation, and any other directors information is required.
Shareholders: Shareholders are the owners of the company. Their name, address, occupation and number of shares they hold is required
Company Share Capital: Authorised & Issued Share Capital number of shares and nominal value of each share.
In an unlimited company there is no limit on the liability on the shareholders. In respect of liabilities owed by the company which the company had failed to discharge, recourse may be had by creditors to the shareholders.
There are restrictions on name choices. The CRO may refuse a name if:
It is offensive,
It would suggest state sponsorship,
It is identical to or too similar to a name already registered on the Register of companies.
Company names should be distinct and it is recommended to use extra words so as to create sufficient distinction between names. Certain words such as “company”, “co”, “corporation”, “and”, “&”, “service”, “services”, “limited” and place names are not considered to be a sufficient distinction.
NACE code is a classification system used throughout Europe which groups organisations according to their business activities.