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If you are thinking about setting up a business in Ireland, then one of the most popular options is to form a Private Company Limited by shares. Forming a new company in Ireland is a seamless and straight forward process for residents and non-resident clients. We understand business in Ireland. Over the years, our highly trained legal and accountancy staff has been providing clients with quick, efficient, and hassle-free company formation procedures. Whether you are a start-up business or a company expanding and looking to set up in Ireland, our company formation experts will work to launch your firm and take care of your other business requirements.
Normally, it takes us approximately 5 to 10 working days to complete a company formation process. It is crucial to follow all the proper procedures for company registration. We are committed to making this process easy, quick and reliable for our clients.
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