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Doing Business in Ireland for Foreign Companies & Individuals

29 August 2016 By Ann Donnelly

We offer a range of services for foreign companies and individuals that are considering doing business in Ireland. So you've heard that Ireland is the ideal base for your European and International operations (if not click here to read: Advantages of Setting Up a Limited Company in Ireland), we can help you get started and managing your ongoing operations in the following ways: Special Formation of a Private Limited Company A foreign company or individuals can set up a business under an Irish Limited Company, but may need the following additional services:
  • Provision of a S43 Insurance policy bond for non EEA (European Economic Area)  resident limited company directors
  • Provision of registered office address for a limited company, if you do not have access to a physical address in Ireland

Click here to view our packages for Foreign Businesses Setting Up in Ireland


Branch and Foreign company registration Any company which is incorporated outside the State and establishes a branch in the State must be registered with the CRO under the E.C. (Branch Disclosures) Regulations 1993 (S.I. No. 395 of 1993). The registration must take place within one month of the establishment of the branch in the State. (Company Registration Office)

Business Permission for Non EEA Nationals Setting up an Irish Bank Account We provide assistance with your application to set up an account with an Irish Bank.   This is subject to providing us with satisfactory documentation to meet the Bank's standard requirements.

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