Companies House company names registration policy
The inclusion of these words implies your company is part of or connected with the stock exchange. You must obtain formal approval from the Stock Exchange Agency before you can use these words in your company names.
The aim is to ensure that the use of this word in your company names is justified and it does not mislead the public.
How to form a company?
Concise company formation accountants provide company formation services. Our company formation accountants will handle your company incorporation including preparation of Memorandum and Articles of Associations for you. They will also advise you on whether the supporting documents provided are sufficient to support the use of the desired reserved word in your company names.
Your company registered office must be a real address and P O Box numbers alone are not acceptable. The registered office address of your company can be situated anywhere in the UK. It can be in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.
Maintain your company statutory books
Company registers (also known as statutory books) are the compilation of important information about your company and the registers are to be opened for inspection if request has been communicated. You may keep your company registers at either your company’s registered office or at the Single Alternative Inspection Location (SAIL). You must inform Companies House if your company registers are kept at your preferred SAIL address.
The standard company registers available from company formation accountants come with professional templates and forms and it gives you an idea what information are required to be recorded in the company registers under the UK company law. Updated company registers is handy when come to preparing your Confirmation statement for Companies House.
Your company accounts
Concise Accountancy offers fixed fee accounts packages to newly start up companies. Accountants at Concise will take care of your company accounts and corporation tax for you. The service also includes filing the accounts and tax return to Companies House and HM Revenue and Customs for you. Feel free to contact our accountants to discuss your business venture.
Concise Accountancy – Starting a company made simple