The primary focus of Ireland’s strategy to attract investment has been to create a favourable economic and fiscal environment, which is supportive of the industry. Due to this strategy, company formation in Ireland has gained immense popularity in recent years, and there has been growing recognition of Ireland as a jurisdiction providing a stable economic environment. Ireland’s government policies have continued to provide state-of-the-art infrastructure as well as support, conducive to business activity.
A politically stable country with a business friendly environment
Easy to incorporate a business in Ireland which takes 1 - 5 days
The corporate tax is levied at 12.5%
Boosting trade through open market policies
REQUIREMENT TO OPEN A COMPANY
Minimum 1 Shareholder
Minimum 2 Directors (at least one should be a resident of the EU. If no EU resident Director, as an alternative, a Non-Resident Director Bond can be put in place)
One Company Secretary
Registered office address
Minimum Share Capital Requirement is Euro 100
Shareholding Company’s Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum and Articles of Association.
Details of the Shareholders, Directors and people with significant control.
Copy of the ID proof and address proof of the Shareholder and Directors.
Preparing the Memorandum and Articles of Association with the principal objects clause
Completing pre-registration formalities
Evaluating all the documents and getting it signed by the respected authority
Service for Local EU Director
Submitting the company's documentation electronically
Submitting the documents with original signatures at the CRO
Services for Local Registered address
Opening a business Bank Account
Service for Company Secretary
Registering the company with Tax and VAT authorities
It takes approximately 7 - 10 working days for company registration in Ireland.