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Partnerships in Ireland, Wales and Canada


Until recently, the purchase of a ready-made partnership in Scotland (LP) has been a popular solution for the international business. However, after the entry into force of the amendments to the Scottish Companies Act, the jurisdiction no longer secures the confidentiality of the beneficial owners. Now all the partnerships registered on the territory of the country are obliged to submit the data about their beneficiaries: the registers are published on the websites of the companies and they are publicly available. In the view of this, the Finance Business Service experts recommend partnerships in Wales, Ireland and Canada as a worthy alternative to LP in Scotland. At the moment, the information about the beneficiaries of the company in these jurisdictions is closed.

By registering a partnership in one of the listed countries, you will be able to take the main advantages of this form of ownership. They include:

Zero tax rates
Address in a prestigious jurisdiction
Opportunity to open an account in the European Union
Simplified company reporting

When deciding to purchase a ready-made partnership, we recommend you to consult with our specialists regarding the appropriateness of using LP for a particular task.

Partnership in Wales - $ 1700

Welsh (Welsh) LPs are not inferior to the partnerships in Scotland and have the same advantages, as they are regulated by one law. The only significant difference is the lack of open registries of the beneficial owners which is an additional "point" in favor of Wales.

The cost includes:
  • Registration costs and payment of registration fees
  • Legal address for 1 year
  • Legal support
  • Provision of nominal service for 1 year
  • Stamp of the company
  • Company documents package:
    • apostilized cross-linking (Partnership Registration Certificate, Partnership Agreement, forms, Minutes of the first meeting);
    • Power of Attorney under the Apostille;
    • certificates of shares and trust declarations;
    • refusal letters and documents for the provision of nominal service.

Partnership in Ireland - $ 1700

Irish partnerships (Northern Ireland) have all of the above advantages of this organizational form, and a respectable image of this jurisdiction makes it possible to use LP in cooperation with the states pursuing "de-offshoring" policy.

The cost includes:
  • Registration costs and payment of registration fees
  • Legal address for 1 year
  • Legal support
  • Provision of nominal service for 1 year
  • Stamp of the company
  • Company documents package:
    • apostilized cross-linking (Partnership Registration Certificate, Partnership Agreement, forms, Minutes of the first meeting);
    • Power of Attorney under the Apostille;
    • certificates of shares and trust declarations;
    • refusal letters and documents for the provision of nominal service.

Partnership in Canada - $ 2300

The partnerships in Canada are exempt from taxation provided that the founders are registered in an offshore zone.

The cost includes:
  • Registration costs and payment of registration fees
  • Legal address for 1 year
  • Legal support
  • Provision of nominal service for 1 year
  • Stamp of the company
  • Company documents package:
    • apostilized cross-linking (Partnership Registration Certificate, Partnership Agreement, forms, Minutes of the first meeting);
    • Power of Attorney under the Apostille;
    • certificates of shares and trust declarations;
    • refusal letters and documents for the provision of nominal service.

You can find out about all the details of registration of partnerships in Canada, Wales and Ireland in the company Finance Business Service.

Contacting us, you can also get information about the list of the ready-made companies.

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