Our Packages

Benefit from our extensive knowledge and skills in company formations.

We form the below types of companies in the UK;

Private company limited by shares:

This company has a share capital and the liability of each member is limited to the amount, if any, unpaid on their shares. A private company cannot offer its shares for sale to the general public.

Private company limited by guarantee:

This company does not have a share capital and its members are guarantors rather than shareholders. The members’ liability is limited to the amount they agree to contribute to the company’s assets if it is wound up.

Private unlimited company:

An unlimited company may or may not have a share capital but there is no limit to the members liability.

Public limited company:

A public company has a share capital and limits the liability of each member to the amount unpaid on their shares. It may offer its shares for sale to the general public and may be quoted on the stock exchange.

Limited liability partnership (LLP):

A Limited liability partnership is a form of legal business entity with limited liability for the members.

Community Interest Companies (CICs):

A community Interest company is a limited company, with special additional features, created for the use of people who want to conduct a business or other activity for community benefit, and not purely for private advantage.

Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO):

A charitable incorporated organisation is a new legal form for a charity. It is an incorporated form of charity which is not a company only has to register with the Charity Commission and not Companies House is only created once it is registered by the Commission.