Setting Up a Business in the UK

If you’re looking to set up a subsidiary company in the UK Abbiss Cadres can assist with all corporate services including the incorporation of the company.

In addition to helping you employ the optimal corporate, tax and employment infrastructure, we can assist with everything from payroll and tax registrations to HR documentation and pay frameworks appropriate to the local market.

Planning the optimal structure for your UK business, whether a stand-alone company, subsidiary or branch, joint venture or limited liability partnership.

Including registration with Companies House (the UK Registrar of Companies), the Information Commissioner’s Office (data processing), and tax registrations with HM Revenue and Customs.

Advice and drafting of appropriate documentation.

Advise on legal data protection and privacy requirements applicable when processing personal data.   

Record keeping and corporate filings service and registered office provision.

Registration and operation of monthly payroll services and year-end tax and benefits reporting.

Guidance throughout the process, preparation of necessary communications with employees, setting up auto-enrolment pensions provider.

Practical help establishing employee benefits (permanent health, disability and death in service and private health insurance) and business insurance (employer’s liability, directors’ liability, office insurance etc).

Abbiss Cadres will provide ongoing HR support and advice on local legal and tax issues facing your business operations.

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