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A Guide To Re-Domiciling Companies To New Zealand

 
A Guide To Re-Domiciling Companies To New Zealand

The New Zealand Companies Act 1993 allows a limited liability company incorporated outside of New Zealand to transfer its registration and thus re-domicile to New Zealand, provided the legislation of the overseas jurisdiction allows the overseas company to re-domicile to another country.  

Unlimited Companies In Ireland – An Overview In 2 Minutes

 
Unlimited Companies In Ireland – An Overview In 2 Minutes

The principal method of carrying on business in Ireland is through a private company limited by shares. However, annual statistics published by the Companies Registration Office (“CRO”) have shown a slight but steady increase in the number of unlimited companies being incorporated in Ireland each year. The most recent CRO Annual Report indicated that there were 4,126 unlimited companies registered in the State at the end of 2011. They represent 2.23% of the total number of companies on the register.

An Introduction To Societas Europaea Companies

 
An Introduction To Societas Europaea Companies

A “Societas Europaea” (an “SE”) is a type of European public limited company (PLC) (limited by shares) having all of the company law advantages of incorporation. 

Registering A UK Establishment For An Overseas Company

 
Registering A UK Establishment For An Overseas Company

In accordance with the Overseas Companies Regulations 2009 (the ‘Regulations’), a foreign company with a UK ‘establishment’ must register with Companies House. For the purposes of these Regulations, a UK ‘establishment’ is any branch (within the meaning of the Eleventh Company Law Directive) or any place of business of an overseas Company which is located within the UK.

What’s In A Name? – Irish Company Name Requirements

 
What’s In A Name  – Irish Company Name RequirementsEvery company registered in Ireland must have a name which is different from that of every other registered company.

In addition to this requirement a private company limited by shares must have the word “Limited” or “Teoranta” as the last word of its name. However, exemption may be sought from this requirement if a company meets the criteria as set down by the Companies Registration Office (CRO).

Annual Return Filing Requirements For Private Limited Companies In Ireland

 
Annual Return Filing Requirements For Private Limited Companies In Ireland

All Private Limited Companies in Ireland, whether trading or not, must file an annual return (Form B1) with the Companies Registration Office (CRO) at least once every calendar year.

Establishing A Place Of Business Or Branch Company In Ireland

 
Establishing Branch Company In Ireland

A foreign company may establish a "Place of Business" or a "Branch" within the Republic of Ireland (the "State").

10 Essential Facts on Samoan International Companies

 
10 Essential Facts on Samoan International Companies

Introduction to Samoa

Samoa, formerly known as Western Samoa and German Samoa, is a country encompassing the western part of the Samoan Islands in the South Pacific Ocean. The country became independent from New Zealand in 1962 and was admitted to the United Nations on 15th December 1976.

The Benefits Of Incorporating Your Business In Ireland

 
The Benefits Of Incorporating Your Business In Ireland

Sole Traders or Partnerships wishing to incorporate their businesses in Ireland may avail of a wide number of benefits.

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