Incorporation of Companies in Ireland
The capital and largest city of Ireland, Dublin is located on the east coast of the country. Its elegant Georgian architecture makes it one of the world’s most attractive capitals. In addition, Dublin is Ireland’s main port, financial and commercial center and seat of culture. Manufacturing in Dublin has shifted from food processing, distilling and textiles to electronics, pharmaceuticals and 18th century engineering. In services, the city has attracted companies in information technology, engineering and finance. In addition to the head offices of the prominent clearing banks in Ireland, Dublin is also home to several banks in other EU countries and the Irish Stock Exchange.
Advantages of setting up a company in Ireland
- The economy in Ireland has a symbiotic ecosystem where industry and academics work together for the benefit of society and the country.
- The corporate tax rate in Ireland is one of the lowest in the EU – 12.5%. Businesses in Dublin benefit directly from this.
- The workforce in Ireland is one of the youngest in the world, educated and skilled – providing an ideal employee base for anyone setting up a business here.
- Dublin, part of Ireland, has a robust legal framework for the development, exploitation and preservation of intellectual property rights.
We provide the following services for company formation in Dublin:
- Company formation and registration
- Company secretarial services
- Accounting and bookkeeping
- Chartered Accountants in Ireland
- Legal advice
- Tax advice
- Protection of intellectual property
KGN helps you grow your business internationally. We help you realize your dreams of company formation by assisting you with business support services like company registration, incorporation, company secretarial service, accounting practices, tax advice, etc. Dublin is a scenically beautiful city that is poised to grow by leaps and bounds over the years. to come. Our team of business advisers can help you make the most of the business opportunities Ireland has to offer. We can help you with the legal and business formalities of company registration in the city, replete with the most appropriate corporate tax structure, to ensure that your business can flourish in this opulent city.
Contact KGN today for more information on company formation in Ireland, ensuring access to the EU single market for years to come.
Company registration in Ireland
Why set up a company in Ireland?
- Companies in Ireland benefit from a low corporate tax rate (12.5%), double taxation agreements with over 70 countries and other tax incentives.
- The workforce is educated and English-speaking, so hiring employees in Ireland is quite convenient.
- Government policies in Ireland favor foreign investment, including research and technology-oriented activities.
- Ireland consistently ranks in Word’s Bank’s index of the best countries to do business in.
How to register a company in Ireland?
The Irish authority responsible for registering a company in Ireland is the Companies Registration Office (CRO). The steps to register a company in Ireland are:
- Register your business name in Ireland. The name must be unique, i.e. not already reserved by another company in Ireland. This may require you to carry out a company check in Ireland.
- Decide on the structure of company incorporation among a private company, designated activity company, public limited company, unlimited company, sole proprietorship or branch.
- Draw up the Memorandum of Association (MOA) for the company.
- Submit a company application form to the Companies Registration Office in Ireland.
- Appoint the directors and secretary of the company.
- Pay an initial state license fee to get your business incorporated.
- You will then receive a company registration number in Ireland.
- Design a company seal.
- Get a business bank account opened for your business.
Documents required for the Ireland Company Registry
- Memorandum and Articles of Association (MAA)
- Information on the type and location of activities the company will carry out
- Personal data of shareholders, directors and secretary
- A statement of the authorized and issued share capital
- Proof of the company’s registered address