UK Incorporation
You can now register your own UK company more easily, quickly and cost effectively then ever. Use our online service, or call the office, and your application will be submitted to Companies House instantly. You can start trading within 4h. We offer clean company formation.
For You Company
Register as a Self Employer
Our company can help you with registration as a self employer. Please see our service. Setting up as a self-employed sole trader is the simplest and quickest way to start a one-person business.
LTD Company Registration
Now with our company you can register your LTD company within 6-8 hours. This is on line registration. Your company will be register with your choice of companies’ officers and address. Price starts from £25.00!
PLC Company within 6-8h
Our company will form your PLC company within 6-8 hours. This is on line registration. Your company will be register with your choice all company officers and address. There is only one application to fill out.
Why not a LLP?
Our company will help you to register Limited Liability Partnership. Formation usually takes 7 days. Your company will be register with your choice all company members and address.
Our company will support your company in accountancy and bookkeeping service. We will care about your TAX, VAT Return. We will process your payrolls, vat applications. We will take care about your finance. Let us help you.
Registered Address Service
Our company offers prestigious street address in central London that can provide a polished image for your business and allow you to keep your business and personal lives separate. If you do not have UK address this is perfect solution for you.

What is Apostille?
Apostille is a standard certification provided under The Hague Conference on Private International Law: 1961 Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legislation for Foreign Public Documents for the purpose of authenticating documents for use in foreign countries. This form of authentication is accepted in countries which have signed the 1961 Hague Convention. With apostille issued by Forgein Office no further authentication or legalization by other embassy or consulate of the foreign country where the document is to be used is required. Apostille Certification means confirming that a signature, seal or stamp appearing on a document is genuine. Apostille does not mean that the content of a document is accurate or that the Foreign & Commonwealth office approves of the content. The certificate contains the following information: Country of origin, Name of signatory on the document, The capacity in which that signatory has acted, If the document has been sealed/stamped instead of signed then the details of the authority, Place of certification, Date of certification, Issuing authorities details, Certificate number, Stamp of issuing authority, Authorised signature of authority.
Where and what to apostille?
Legalisation of documents (apostille) is required if you are going to use British documents overseas, for business or personal reasons. It is usually required where overseas officials are not able to determine on first hand the authenticity of documents United Kingdom documents. Many of public documents have to be certify by notary or solicitor before apostille is attached. Notary (solicitor) is a public officer, who can attest public documents (such as powers of attorney, deeds, agreements). Public document is signed and sealed by notary who signature and seal is registered in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and with many foreign embassies and consulates. In this connection apostille can be attached to documents. The most common documents which have to be legalized are: Memorandum & Articles of Association, Certificate of Good Standing, Certificate of Incorporation, other Company Documents, Powers of Attorney, Affidavits, Declarations and UK Acknowledgments, Translations, Academic Certificates, Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Passports. To get apostille on passport copy it need to be notarised by your local notary as he/she will need to witness your signature before we can legalise the documents. The following states are all members of the Hague Convention and an Apostille Certificate will be legally recognised in these countries without further legalisation. Member Countries: Albania, Andora, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan (from 02/03/2005), Bahamas, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Dominica, El Salvador, Fiji, Finland, France, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Guyana, Honuras, Hong Kong (SAR), Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kiribati, Latvia, Lesotho, Liberia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau (SAR), Malawi, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands (including Aruba; Netherlands Antilles), New Zealand, Niue, Norway, Panama, Portugal (including Madeira), Romania, Russian Federation, Samoa, Serbia and Montenegro, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent & the Grenadines, San Marino, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Spain (including the Canary Islands), Sri Lanka, Surinam, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Tonga, Trinidad & Tobago, Turkey, Tuvalu, Ukraine, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America (including Puerto Rico), Vanuatu, Venezuela, Yugoslavia.
Certificate of Good Standing
A Certificate of Good Standing (also known as Certificate of Fact) is a document issued by The Registrar of Companies and may be required to authenticate the existence of the company and provide evidence of the officers and share capital. They are often used where a UK company needs to be registered or to trade outside the UK. A Certificate of Good Standing confirms the company name, company number and date of incorporation and it certifies that the company has been in continuous and unbroken existence since the date of its incorporation. It also states that no action is currently being taken by the Registrar of Companies for striking the company off the register and dissolving it as defunct, and as far as the Registrar is aware, the company is not in liquidation or subject to an administration order, and no receiver or manager of the company's property has been appointed. This certificate will not be issued if the company is not up to date with the filing of annual returns and accounts. On request The Registrar will also provide details of the Registered Office address, name and addresses of Directors and Secretary and share capital on the certificate.