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Company incorporation LTD (Limited) in London, without travel, banking introduction* HSBC.

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  • Company formation LTD (Limited) in London (England, United Kingdom, UK), no need to travel, banking introduction* HSBC.
  • Whatever your nationality, you can set up your company in London in 1 day, 100% online. You don’t need a London address, you don’t need to be resident in London, and you don’t need a visa. Share capital from £1.
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Don’t leave your company incorporation to just anyone. With us, you benefit from the following advantages and guarantees:

There’s no need to travel to set up your company, or to introduce your bank*. What’s more, we speak French.

Share capital of £1 registered*, not deposited. Possibility of registering a larger share capital, without depositing it in the bank when the company is registered and the bank account opened*.
Banking introduction* (online banking, CB,...) to Revolut Business, Wise,... : €0 (included in all Companies incorporation orders)


Assistance in English (an independent account manager, employed by the bank, calls you and takes care of your request to open an account with Revolut Business or with one of our other partners) : €290 + VAT.


Banking introduction* in a real bank in Europe (French language), network of banking agencies in a country bordering France, with travel : €392 + VAT.


Banking introduction* in a real bank, with a network of branches, WITHOUT TRAVEL (which is rare for a real bank), with of course online access, remotely and with an independent account manager, working for the bank, english and french : without travel, €392 + VAT.


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Création de votre société holding à Londres, sans déplacement, introduction bancaire* HSBC. Nous parlons français

You can, of course, opt for an online banking introduction* (neo-banking: Revolut Business or another of our partners), which is included free of charge in all our Company incorporation packages.

Among our strengths :

  1. Fast, guaranteed company registration in around 1-2 working days (London) + free banking introduction*.
  2. When you order, we will send you by e.mail, a company incorporation form online to complete and you will attach a copy of your passport or identity card and proof of address.
  3. Ultra-fast online service (no paperwork and no travel (for certain countries including England, Scotland, Ireland, Bulgaria, Malta, etc..
  4. As soon as your company is registered, we’ll e-mail you the PDF incorporation documents. You’ll receive your company’s documents by e-mail in real time.
  5. Free customer support in French, 6 days a week, from 9am to 7pm.
New: contact one of our customer advisors. Would you like to be reassured about our company? We can put you in touch with one of our customer advisors on request.

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Boost your business with our Europe-wide network of contacts (manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, resellers, local agents, logistics and goods-in, etc.).

Hague Convention – 1992 – Decree 92-521 “Any natural or legal person resident in the European Community has the right to set up a company in the country of his choice without having to be resident there for tax purposes”.

Company incorporation LLP

Company incorporation of a holding company

Société à Londres

Company incorporation in England

The English capital is one of the world’s top destinations for foreign investment. Thanks to its liberal economy and special tax regime, England, and especially London, attracts entrepreneurs from all over the world.

The prevailing entrepreneurial culture is highly favorable to business.

Foreign company in Europe

A foreign company in Europe is a company whose registered office is located in a European country in which the director(s) and beneficial owners (shareholders) are not domiciled; they are non-tax residents or “residents non dom”.

The corporate tax rate in certain European jurisdictions is relatively low (England, Ireland, Bulgaria, Romania, etc.).Modify contact form ‘ Societe Europe – WordPress

However, these jurisdictions are not considered tax havens, blacklisted by the European Community; they are European countries.

It should be noted that you will have to organize the economic substance of your foreign company, subjecting yourself to the tax requirements of the place where your company is headquartered and those of the country where you are resident for tax purposes.

In short, the main advantages of setting up a company in Europe are :

  • benefit under certain conditions from lower employer and employee charges,
  • escape political or economic crises,
  • develop the company’s business,
  • save money and reinvest.

Why set up a company in London?

The UK is the world’s sixth largest economy, and its capital London is one of Europe’s leading financial centers, just 1h20 from Paris. It is one of the preferred destinations for entrepreneurs and international trade players.

The service sector plays a decisive role in the English economy, accounting for 79% of GDP, while industry accounts for over 20%.

Moreover, English is an international language, a significant advantage when it comes to Companies incorporation.

What’s more, the country’s particularly liberal economy makes it easy to set up a business in just a few days.

From a legal and administrative point of view, procedures are simple and straightforward. Even the law is flexible. When it comes to redundancy, for example, the English system allows employment contracts to be terminated without too many constraints.

Paradoxically, workers have a good chance of finding a job quickly. Unemployment is among the lowest in the UK, at less than 4%.

The jurisdiction has also developed one of the best tax treaty networks in the world, with 110 bilateral investment treaties signed.

For all these reasons, England is an ideal jurisdiction for Company incorporation.

Taxation in England

English LTD companies are subject to corporation tax on their profits (19%, September 23), calculated on the total income of the company, whereas English LLP companies are not subject to corporation tax insofar as they are owned by UK tax non-residents and sales from LLPs are cross-border in Europe (in or near the European Union) (outside the UK); in this case, only members of an LLP pay tax in their country of tax residence. Learn more about LLP company.

Generally, these are business profits, investment income, rents, interest and imputable gains.

The different types of company in England

The Limited Company -LTD

The LTD is the equivalent of a Société A Responsabilité Limitée in France. It can be set up quickly and flexibly:

  • no obligation to pay up share capital;
  • no business tax.

Shareholders’ liability is limited to the amount of their contribution to the company’s capital, i.e. they can keep their personal assets separate from the capital.

They can also sell their shares at any time, and bring other investors and shareholders into the company. On the legal front :

  • the minimum share capital is £1 ;
  • the company must have at least 1 partner;
  • the director is a natural person; the shareholder may be a natural person or a legal entity.

The Public Limited Company – PLC

The PLC is the French equivalent of the Société Anonyme. It is an English company with at least two partners, one of whom must be a natural person, and whose liability is limited to the amount of their capital contributions.

The minimum capital is £50,000. The PLC enables shares to be offered on the stock markets, but is not widely used for international trading.

Limited Liability Partnership – LLP

A UK Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a solution for professionals wishing to group together in a partnership. The status of each individual is rather liberal, although the activities that can be carried out are quite broad. This type of structure is similar to the SNC in France. The LLP is a limited partnership.

An LLP is a form of legal entity that gives the advantages of limited liability but allows its members the flexibility to organize their internal structure as a partnership. An LLP is designed for companies engaged in a service profession.

LLPs are considered “legal persons”, but for tax purposes they are generally treated as “partnerships”. Members provide working capital and share profits; on these profits, it is the members who are taxed, not the company*.

Flexibility: the operation of the company and the distribution of profits are determined by written agreement between the members; this can allow greater flexibility in the management of the business.

An LLP has complete flexibility as to the internal structure the members wish to adopt; there are no requirements concerning the board of directors or general meetings or decision-making by resolution. Unlike a company, but similar to a partnership, an LLP has no memorandum or articles of association.

LLP reporting obligations are very similar to those of a company, including the filing of annual accounts. There are also similar rules for filing annual reports and notifying changes to members’ contact details or the location of the registered office.

Every LLP must have at least two officially appointed members, who have responsibilities similar to those of a company secretary.

An LLP is deemed to be a legal entity. It can buy, lease, own property, employ staff, enter into contracts and be held liable if necessary.

Corporate ownership: LLPs may appoint two companies as members of the LLP.

Taxation UK LLP

The UK LLP is governed by the Limited Liability Act 2000, legislation designed to give partnerships greater organizational flexibility.

The Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) does not pay tax on non-UK profits, provided its members are not resident in the UK for tax purposes*.

LLP members who are not UK tax residents must nevertheless pay tax in their country of tax residence*.

Which legal form is preferred?

The LTD is currently the most widely used legal form in the UK and English-speaking countries.

Find out more about our Company incorporation services in England.

Company incorporation LTD in the UK

Company formation UK

LTD Company

A limited liability company (LTD or Limited) is a business structure where the liability of directors or shareholders is limited to the contributions they have made or invested in the company. A limited liability company can be formed by anyone who goes into business to make a profit.

Setting up a limited liability company in the UK can be a solution in several cases: English residents or non-residents wishing to set up an English company for prestige or advantages, for example in terms of an expatriation project, import-export, joining a world-renowned economic platform, benefiting from flexibility in terms of company management, integrating a fast-changing territory (international agreements), project for an economic union or confederation that would group together Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK (Canzuk), …

Opening an English company can also be a solution for managers wishing to create or develop their business abroad, particularly in terms of relocating administration (holding company), pooling organization for their start-up, centralizing processes in the City, optimizing added value such as skills, resources, etc.

Opening a limited company in the UK should be seen as an opportunity for those wishing to enjoy the benefits of simplified bureaucracy; it’s no coincidence that the UK is one of the most popular jurisdictions in the world.

It’s worth noting that setting up a Company incorporation in the UK is very simple, very fast (usually less than 48 working hours) and very inexpensive. On our website, all you have to do is order a UK LTD company incorporation, then fill in the Company incorporation form, and we’ll take care of the whole procedure.

What is an Ltd (Limited) company?

The Ltd (also Limited) is the most common business structure in the UK for small and medium-sized enterprises. There are now over 4 million limited companies in the UK, and this number is growing rapidly.

English LTD company

This is a legal entity whose owners (called shareholders or members) are not personally liable for debts beyond the invested share capital. This means that, in the event of insolvency, shareholders are not obliged to pay the company’s debts with their own money. This is, of course, subject to sound, honest management and no fault on the part of the company’s directors.

Shareholders hold shares in the company in exchange for their initial investment, and are entitled to a share of profits in the form of dividends. Management is entrusted to a Board of Directors appointed by the shareholders, who are responsible for strategic direction and operational decisions.

The activities carried out by a UK Limited are extremely varied, ranging from the sale of products to the sale of advice and services, notably for manufacturers, resellers, wholesalers, intermediaries, consultants, brokers, etc. (non-exhaustive list).

Opening a UK Limited company offers many advantages to entrepreneurs and investors wishing to start up or expand their business :

1 – Set-up costs

In the UK, the costs associated with limited companies are particularly low. This translates not only into negligible incorporation costs, but also into simplified management costs.

For example, the UK authorities do not require any customization of the articles of incorporation, nor any compulsory deposit of share capital prior to registration, nor any legal announcement for the creation of a UK Company incorporation.

2 – Limited liability of shareholders

As with French Sarl companies, the liability of LTD shareholders is limited to the capital invested, which means that shareholders are not personally liable for the company’s debts or losses, subject to irreproachable management.

3 – Credibility and reputation

The UK enjoys a high international reputation and credibility for business start-ups. The main reason for this is the transparency and stability of the UK’s legal and tax system, which offers a simplified environment for doing business.

With a strong entrepreneurial culture and an open, competitive market, the UK is a popular location for start-ups and innovative companies looking to grow and develop. All this contributes to the positive image and credibility of the Anglo-Saxon country as a place of entrepreneurial freedom, modernity, practicality, unity and popularity.

4 – Favourable tax regime

Setting up a Company incorporation in England also offers a favorable tax regime. Limited companies are subject to a corporate tax rate of 19% (as at 03/10/23). What’s more, an English LTD company can, if it is a subsidiary, pass on dividends to the parent company (holding company); the latter can deduct tax on these dividends up to 95% of the amount of the dividends, in proportion to the amount of shares held by the holding company in the subsidiary. It should be noted, however, that to benefit from this tax exemption, the holding company and the subsidiary must be established in two different countries, both of which have ratified a specific treaty.

Owning an English LTD can give access to advantageous financing not necessarily available to other forms of business.

How to open a UK LTD

The registration process begins with a specific assessment and structuring of the company’s architecture. The steps to follow are listed below.

1 – Evaluation

The first step is to assess the situation beforehand:

2 – Choice of company name

The name must be original and unique. This means it must not be similar to that of other companies or brands. This is especially true if differences can be identified in punctuation, the use of characters with similar phonetics or the addition of generic words.

In addition, the name must not contain sensitive words or suggest a link with government or local authorities.

3 – Choice of directors and partners

For the application to be completed correctly, it is necessary to identify :

  • director (manager)

legal representative of the company

  • shareholders

natural and legal persons holding shares in the company

4 – Completion and transmission of documents

When you place an order for a LTD company on our site, you can pay directly by credit card, online on our site, or pay by bank transfer.

Once you have placed your order, you will automatically and immediately receive the notifications linked to your order: proof of payment, order summary and link to the online Company incorporation form, to be completed; you therefore fill in the Company incorporation form, attach a copy of the passport or identity card of each of the members of the future company (director and partner(s), the director can of course also be a partner), click on “send” and we instantly receive your Company incorporation form.

As soon as we receive the form, we take care of the formalities involved in setting up your English company; your company will generally be created within 12 to 48 working hours. The company must have a registered office address in London; we provide this for €41 ht/month, including digital mail management.

When your LTD company is created, you receive a notification by SMS or whatsapp, with the company name and registration number + a verification link that shows you the official registration on the English Companies Register.

No later than 48 working hours after this notification, you will receive your company documents by e-mail.

Learn more about LLP

In 2020, the most commonly used legal structure in the UK is the combination of LTD and LLP, through the conclusion of a trademark license agreement: the creation of an LTD for the sale of products and services and the creation of an LLP company to hold the intellectual property.

Company incorporation across borders in Europe

Company incorporation in Europe involves applying for registration of a company in a European country bordering on the one in which the owner of the company is resident for tax purposes.

If a foreign company has no physical presence (employees, premises) in its host country (the country in which it is registered), i.e. has no real activity and therefore no economic substance in its host country, it must pay corporate income tax in the country where the activity is actually carried out. This corporate tax is then at the rate set by the country where the activity is carried out. A non-tax resident (expatriate or not) is an employee or company owner who is not established for tax purposes in the country where he or she works. The non-tax resident owner of a foreign company must pay taxes in his or her country of tax residence. For France, the principle of tax residence is as follows: “Your tax domicile is in France if it is your principal place of residence, i.e. if you stay there for more than 6 months of the year”

Setting up a foreign company also means establishing economic substance (actual local organization of the business: offices, premises, activity, materialization, resources, etc.), which will be complicated for you to achieve in a distant country, in your capacity as company owner, if you are not resident in the country where your company is located. The non-existence of economic substance in a foreign company is tantamount to the de facto operation and tax establishment of the company in the owner’s country of tax residence. For a European national, setting up a Company incorporation in Europe means making it easier to establish the company, and then mastering the administrative management, accounting, production, marketing and tax declarations in the country where the company is headquartered. Not forgetting the company owner’s tax obligations in his or her country of tax residence.

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As an option, on request and subject to quotation, we can help you create the economic substance of your company (location, materialization, recruitment, organization, development).

(1)Satisfaction or your money back guarantee: registration of your company with a Satisfaction or your money back guarantee, subject to receipt of the duly completed Company incorporation form, accompanied by a scan of your valid passport or identity card and proof of address less than 3 months old (landline or cell phone bill or electricity bill or equivalent, in French or English), for each of the directors, partners and members.

*The registration of a bank account* by a third party is illegal, even with a power of attorney; we invite you to be wary of sites offering to open a bank account* for you. An independent manager from our company, an account manager working for the bank, will call you to handle your request to open a bank account*. Our service is to put you in touch with the bank, not to open a bank account*. The bank has the sole right to decide whether or not to open a bank account* (art. L. 312-1, II CMF). The bank’s decision is based on the applicant’s profile and eligibility to open a bank account*. We do not open a bank account ourselves and do not guarantee the opening of a bank account*. Banking introduction* is a service obligation, not a performance obligation or a results requirement. See our other special conditions and our Terms of use, sales and privacy policy.