Do you want to expand business presence and recognition of your company in the EU, UK, and worldwide? Chern & Co will provide you with such an opportunity granting our virtual office address in Ireland, which may be communicated to the competent authorities and counterparties as the Business Address of your company.
Irish corporate law requires all companies to register an official address during the incorporation process. This is known as the registered office address, and it is public for the considerations of due transparency. Companies Registration Office (CRO) and other government bodies will use your registered office address to deliver statutory letters and legal notices. Moreover, authorised governmental agents are entitled to visit your company’s registered office to inspect certain registrars and company documents.
There is also an established requirement to provide the competent bodies with your business address, referring to the place where your daily business takes place, where your customers, banks, or suppliers may send you correspondence.
So, both addresses are legally required to be submitted to CRO, when founding a company in Ireland.
Legally it’s prescribed that you are not to use your Registered Office address to receive your business mails while conducting your daily business routing and communication with your clients and partners as well as you are not supposed to use your business address to receive statutory letters and legal notices fr om governmental organs.
However, you can receive both statutory and non-statutory mail (from your business partners, banks and clients) to a single prestigious Ireland address by purchasing both a Registered address service and a Business address service, as they are different.
In addition to the above, this service is for you if:
You are working from a co-working space with no possibility to use their address as a business address
You are managing a remote team from abroad
You are working from home and want to keep your location private
You are at the very beginning of your business and aren't ready to decide wh ere you want to settle the company headquarters.
Anyway, you can opt for the Business Address Service provided by our team of skilled and experienced professionals, and we will organise a Virtual office for your business!
Your company will level up in the eyes of your clients and counterparties, acquire a more established, professional, and trustworthy look if you provide them with your prestigious Business Address in Ireland's capital city Dublin, Cork or Limerick.
Your desire to keep your home address private and to safeguard yourself and your family from potential identity theft is reasonable. Yet, if you are working from home or doing an online business, this can be a problem, as you’re legally obliged to register a physical business address in Ireland with CRO.
Business communication involves the constant flow of information that should be transmitted in a timely way. Chern&Co makes sure that all your correspondence is scanned and forwarded to you on the same day.
Please note: Depending on the amount of mail an additional fee may be charged. If you are expecting to get constant high flow of mail, please also discover our Mail Forwarding Service.
We are mandated to collect and verify proof of ID and address to comply with Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations as well as other legal acts. During our consultations we will provide you with the list of documents required.
We value the privacy of our clients and guarantee complete security and confidentiality of all data received.
Your New Business Address as Virtual Office based in Cork, Limerick, or Dublin is just for 300 € for 12 months. The annual renewal fee is also 300€.
Business Address as Virtual Office Service overcomes all the obstacles and lets you maintain your privacy and keep your business running while being compliant with Irish corporate law.
Conducting bureaucratic formalities in Ireland has never been easier with Chern&Co. Please do not hesitate to contact us. We will answer all your questions and concerns and not charge extra for that.
Disclaimer: This article is for acquainting purposes only and subject to change. It does not constitute any professional advice. No liability is accepted by Chern & Co for any actions taken or not taken in reliance on the information set out in this article. Professional, legal or tax advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from any action because of this article.