Incorporating a Company

We are often asked to advise clients who are staring a business in Ireland to assist with the formation of a limited company.

It is easy to incorporate a company in Ireland once some minimum requirements are met, including that at least one director be resident in Ireland. But it is important also to ensure that the company will meet the needs of the enterprise. For instance, the memorandum and articles must be drafted to ensure that the activities of the company are reflected and the directors will have the powers necessary to carry on the business of the company. The share capital must be structured to reflect the investment being put in by the promoters and to allow for future investment. And the promoters must be advised as to the nature and effect of the entitlements, duties and rights involved in incorporating a company. These include the rights, duties and obligations of directors and shareholders.

For advice on any aspect of Company Law, contact Gerard McGrath on or call on 353 1 8735012.

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