Company names must be submitted too and approved by the Financial Supervision Commission and must bear the suffix “Limited” or “Ltd” after the name.
We check that your Isle of Man company name is acceptable and is not already registered with the Financial Supervision Commission.
Only one director is required for a company incorporated in the Isle of Man, with no restrictions on nationality or residency.
Only one shareholder is required for a company incorporated in the Isle of Man, with no restrictions placed on nationality or residency.
Shares can be issued as standard registered shares or as bearer shares – bearer shares offer high levels of confidentiality to the shareholder(s). Further confidentiality and public anonymity of the shareholders may be obtained by the employment of nominee shareholders.
There is no minimum share capital requirements for a company in the Isle of Man, but the minimum issued number of shares is two. The minimum payable duty is valid up to £2,000, share capital over this amount are required to pay additional duty charges.
At least one professionally qualified company secretary is required, who must be resident in the Isle of Man.
Company Formation – £1,200
Provision of Registered Office – £3,000
Government Registration fee – £100
Annual Return filing Fee payable to Government – £850
Opening Bank Account – £1200
Company Secretary required – £2000
A registered office in the Isle of Man is mandatory, and hold an license issued by the Isle of Man Financial Supervision Commission. The purpose of a registered office is to maintain the company and provide a physical location where documents may be legally served – we can provide your company a registered office in the Isle of Man.
We can incorporate Isle of Man Company in 7 days once all documents are received.
It is not required to visit the Isle of Man to incorporate your company.
Isle of Man Limited by shares Company Formation
The Companies Act 2006 Act reduced the accounting and reporting requirements associated with an Isle of Man company formation, further changes have been made with the objective of easing the incorporation process of new companies.
As of the 2006 Companies act there is no distinction in many ways between a public and private company, no restrictions on offering shares to the public and no restrictions on the transfer of shares.
A company limited by shares is equivalent to a UK Private Limited Company and therefore is the most popular method of structuring a new incorporation in the Isle of Man.