UK Incorporation

Elevate your business in the UK using our trusted London address. Ideal for non-UK residents seeking seamless international registrations.

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Limited Company (Ltd)

A Limited Company is a separate legal entity from its owners, offering limited liability protection. It can be a Private Limited Company (Ltd) or a Public Limited Company (PLC), each with varying levels of ownership and public trading.

Sole Trader

A Sole Trader is a self-employed individual who owns and operates their business. This structure offers simplicity and direct control but does not provide the same legal separation as a limited company.


A Partnership is formed when two or more individuals or entities collaborate in a business venture. Each partner contributes to the business and shares its profits and losses.

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"Accorp made the UK company incorporation process seamless and efficient. Their expert guidance helped us navigate the complex legal requirements effortlessly. "

- Director Jane Smith, CEO, London.

"We chose Accorp for our UK company setup, and it was the right decision. Their team's in-depth knowledge and personalized approach ensured a hassle-free experience. "

Director John Doe, CFO, Manchester.

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What is the UK Equivalent of LLC?
In the UK, the equivalent of an LLC (Limited Liability Company) is a "Limited Company" (Ltd). A Limited Company is a separate legal entity that offers limited liability protection to its shareholders while allowing flexibility in business operations.
Does a UK company require a resident governor?
No, having a resident director is not necessary for non-UK resident company formation. As long as your company has a UK registered office address, its director can be a non-UK resident.
Can I Open a Company in the UK as a Non-Resident?
Yes, non-residents can open a company in the UK. However, you will need to appoint a UK-based director and have a registered office address in the UK. It's advisable to seek professional guidance to ensure compliance with UK regulations.
What Is a UK Incorporated Company?
A UK incorporated company is a legal entity formed and registered under UK law. It has a separate legal identity from its owners (shareholders) and can engage in business activities, own assets, and enter into contracts. Incorporating a company provides limited liability protection to shareholders.
What Are the Benefits of Registering a Company in the UK?
Registering a company in the UK offers several benefits, including: - Limited liability for shareholders, protecting personal assets. - Enhanced credibility and trust among clients, partners, and investors. - Access to a well-developed business ecosystem and financial markets. - Opportunities to establish a global presence and trade internationally.
What do you need to do to register your company?
  1. Identity proof
  2. Business document
  3. Registered address in UK
  4. Director details
  5. Article of Association
  6. Memorandum of Association
Do foreign corporations pay tax in the UK?
If you are a foreigner starting a business in the UK, you must incorporate there and, no matter where you operate the business, you must pay UK taxes. Companies that are not British-incorporated must only pay tax if they have a permanent establishment there or make their profits there.
Do I need a business bank account?
There is no legal obligation but in practice you can’t operate without one.
How many shares do I need to issue?
A limited company must have at least one share per shareholder.

Case Studies

XYZ Tech Solutions, a technology startup based in Europe, aimed to establish a presence in the UK to tap into the thriving tech ecosystem.

XYZ Services, a global firm, wanted to expand its operations to the UK market.