Irish Company Formation

Incorporate in Ireland

Irish Company Formation

Ireland has been a popular place for company registration for many years, paricularly as Ireland has one of the lowest corporate tax rates in Europe, and more recently because of Ireland's continuing membership of the European Union.

There are several types of companies that can be incorporated in Ireland. By far the most frequently used is a Private Company Limited by Shares. This type of company is more usually known as a Limited Company.

An Irish Limited Company can be used for any commercial purpose. Irish Limited Companies are also used as holding companies and can be trading or non-trading. It is possible to incorporate a Private Limited Company within three working days. The company can be registered with just one director. Other directors are optional, however at least one of the directors must be an EU resident. We can provide a person to fulfil this role.

The company must also have a registered office within Ireland. This is the official address of the company, it does not have to be a trading address, and the company does not have to maintain a presence at the address. We will provide you with an address to use as your registered office.

Key Features of an Irish Company

Only one director required.
Only one shareholder required.
Overseas and corporate shareholders allowed.
No need to visit.
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Prices & Fees

Irish Company Registration £298
Registered Office £260 per year
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Help & Advice

Please contact us with any questions that you may have. We will be pleased to speak with you and will do our best to assist you. If you are ready to register your UK company please use our secure order form

Irish Company Structure & Frequently Asked Questions

Irish Company Formation FAQ

We are pleased to answer any questions that you may have regarding the set up and running of an Irish Company. Here you will find answers to the questions we are most frequently asked.

Registered Office

Registered Office in Ireland

An Irish Company must have a registered office in the Republic of Ireland. This is the official address of the company, and is where correspondence from the Companies Registration Office and other Government departments is sent to.