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  1. Ltd Name
  2. Your Company
  3. Directors
  4. Shareholders
  5. PSCs
  6. Review & Payment

Choose your limited company name

xHang on! Before you continue, make sure your company name is not too similar to an existing company. For example "Mikerosoft" could be rejected for being too similar to "Microsoft".


Note: The acceptability of your company name is at the discretion of Companies House. If it is too similar to an existing company name it may be rejected.

xA company Director has certain responsibilities - make sure you know what these are! Read about the Directors Fiduciary Responsibilities

xWe'll use these details to let you know when your incorporation is finished, or if there are any problems. We need these details if you wish to leave the process and return later.
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Your details

Proof of ID and address: All customers who use our Company Formation Services must provide proof of ID and address. This is to ensure we meet our obligations under the government’s Anti-Money Laundering Regulations and Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements.

For most customers, we‘ll be able to perform this online ID check quickly using our online process. In certain circumstances, this may take longer, or we may need more information from you. In these cases, we will contact you by phone within 10 working days of your initial completed request.

Once we’ve been able to successfully verify your identity and formed your company through Companies House, we’ll email you to confirm everything has been completed. Please be aware your company will not legally exist until all the ID verification has been completed and we’ve sent you your company number and certificate of incorporation, which confirms the date of formation.

Persons of Significant Control: If you have a PSC that falls under the following condition then this service is not suitable for your incorporation.

Trust or Firm Control: Has the right to exercise, or is actually exercising, significant influence or control over the activities of a trust or firm which is not a legal entity, but would itself satisfy any of the first four conditions if it were an individual.

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