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  • Service d’introduction bancaire* à la Barclays : seule la banque est décisionnaire, tarif quelque soit le résultat (en cas de refus, nous vous proposerons d’autres solutions). Tarif promotionnel.
  • Creation of an LTD company in London (United Kingdom)
  • Other bank introduction* services*:
  • We guarantee comprehensive, high-quality services, in complete transparency and in a climate of trust; we guarantee real-time availability 6 days a week, 10 hours a day, monitoring and support… Find out what our customers have to say about us.
  • Beware of certain sites that do not display the cost of annual renewal, which can sometimes be exaggerated; with us, there are no hidden charges. From the moment you place your order to set up your company, you pay just €41 per month (and nothing more!) for the registered office, digital mail management, ongoing support and monitoring. Payment is annual, but you can ask to pay monthly (with 3 months in advance when you sign up).
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You don’t need to travel to set up your company or to introduce your bank*. What’s more, we speak French.

Our strengths include :

  1. Fast and guaranteed registration of your company in around 1 to 2 working days (London) without any travel + free banking introduction*.
  2. Unlike our competitors, we don’t ask you to have your proof of identity certified at the town hall, or to translate your proof of identity and address into English. All we need is your passport or identity card and proof of address.
  3. Ultra-fast online service (no signature, no paperwork and no travel (for certain countries including London, Scotland, Ireland, etc.); also a solution for companies in debt and applying for a residence permit, etc.
  4. As soon as your company is registered, we’ll e-mail you the PDF incorporation documents. You will receive your company documents in real time by e-mail.
  5. Free customer support in French, 6 days a week, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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Société à Londres

Setting up an offshore company in London

The English capital is one of the most popular destinations for foreign investment. Thanks to its liberal economy and special tax regime, England, and London in particular, attracts entrepreneurs from all over the world.

The country’s entrepreneurial culture is highly conducive to business, especially when it comes to setting up a cross-border company in Europe (in or near the European Union). Why set up a company in London? What are the advantages? What are the formalities? Here’s how.

Company in Europe

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

In some of these European countries, the directors and shareholders may be represented by a designated director or shareholder.

The advantage of setting up a company of this type is that it can benefit from specific tax advantages. The tax rate in certain European jurisdictions is relatively low (Scotland, England, Ireland, Holland (Netherlands), Cyprus, Malta, Bulgaria, Hungary, etc.).                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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

Under certain conditions, there is no risk of the offshore company’s bank account in Europe being blocked, and there is no risk of sums transferred from one country to another being refused.

In short, the main advantages of setting up an offshore company are :

  • Optimising your tax situation*
  • benefit under certain conditions from lower employer and employee charges,
  • escape political or economic crises,
  • develop the company’s business,
  • make savings and reinvest.

Why a company in London?

The UK is the world’s sixth largest economy and its capital London is one of Europe’s leading financial centres, just 1h20 from Paris. It is one of the most popular destinations for entrepreneurs and those involved in international trade.

The services sector plays a key role in the British economy, accounting for 79% of GDP, while industry accounts for over 20%.

What’s more, English is an international language, a significant advantage when setting up an international company.

What’s more, the particularly liberal economy is favourable to businesses, as it is possible to set one up in just a few days.

From a legal and administrative point of view, the procedures are simple and clear. Even the law is more 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 better chance of finding a job quickly. Unemployment is among the lowest in the UK, at less than 4%.

This jurisdiction has also developed the best network of tax treaties in existence, with 110 bilateral investment treaties signed.

For all these reasons, England is the ideal jurisdiction in which to set up a company.

Taxation in England

UK companies are subject to tax on profits, calculated on the basis of all income.

Generally, this is business profits, investment income, rents, interest and chargeable gains.

The holding structure

There are special rules for setting up a holding company in London. You can set up a holding company or parent company and benefit from a number of interesting advantages thanks to an agency agreement.

An agency agreement is a legal document by which two parties are bound by an agreement. More specifically, a daughter company is linked to a parent company. Some of the profits made by the daughter company are passed on to the parent company in the form of after-tax dividends from the subsidiary, in proportion to the shares held by the holding company. The holding company benefits from specific tax advantages, subject to certain reservations: consult a tax lawyer before ordering a holding company from us. The tax exemption on dividends from a holding company is subject to the possible renewal of this rule.

The different types of company in England

Limited liability 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 the share capital;
  • no business tax.

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

They can also sell their shares at any time and bring other investors and shareholders into the company. From a legal point of view :

  • The minimum share capital is £1;
  • the company must have at least 1 partner ;
  • the director is a natural person, the shareholder can be a natural or legal person. The company must have a registered office address in London. If you do not have a business address in London, we can of course provide you with this mandatory address.

La 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 makes it possible to offer securities on the stock markets, but is not widely used for international trading.

Limited Liability Partnership – LLP

A UK Limited Liability Partnership (UK LLP) is a solution for overseas businesses.

An LLP is a form of separate legal entity that gives the advantages of limited liability but allows its members the flexibility to organise their internal structure as a traditional partnership. An LLP is designed for businesses that provide professional services, and is particularly attractive for larger professional partnerships.

LLPs are regarded as “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 that the members wish to adopt; there are no requirements as to the board of directors or general meetings or decision making by resolution. Unlike a company, but similar to a partnership, an LLP does not have a memorandum or articles of association.

LLP reporting requirements 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’ details or the location of the registered office. However, the LLP agreement remains confidential.

Every LLP must have at least two formally appointed members, who have responsibilities similar to those of a company secretary. We can provide these members, who may be corporate bodies, if you do not wish to be named on the public register of companies.

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

Company ownership: LLPs can appoint two companies as members of the LLP.

Designated and non-designated members: you can operate the LLP with different levels of membership.


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

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

Members of an LLP who are not resident in the UK for tax purposes must nevertheless pay tax in their country of tax residence*.

Which legal form is preferred?

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

In 2020, the legal structure most commonly used in the United Kingdom was a combination of an LTD and an LLP, through the conclusion of a brand licensing agreement: the creation of an LTD for the sale of products and services and the creation of an LLP for the ownership of intellectual property.