We can help you setup in the UK.

The flamboyant entrepreneur who likes to do things differently.

I recently featured as an @IR Global member spotlight giving me the opportunity to tell my story about my professional career, personal life and the challenges & opportunities I have faced along the way.

The spotlight will give you an insight into my experience in the Corporate Services sector, what happened once my Father decided to sell his business, my love for New Zealand both from the personal and business perspective and how I see any potential weaknesses as strengths.

Graeme Moore

Chiptech

"Our accountant in NZ liaised with Paul and that helped establish good, open communication over issues like transfer pricing, so it was great to get that set up."

Richard Eaddy

Hedgebook

“It’s just a really good relationship. We know Paul is there when we need him – I can pick up the phone whenever I need to and get the help I need. Because helping foreign companies set up in the UK is his niche, the process was seamless.”

Ed Bunting

Openpay

“Once we found Paul, it was smooth. He provided more than just an introduction to the bank: it was the full service. He told us what we needed to provide, what he could do, how much it’ll cost, and how long it would take to get us there.”

Essential UK Accounting Services.

Once an entity has been established and is operational, there will be accounting requirements. Our services are scalable so that we can either support you in an advisory capacity, or we can handle these requirements on your behalf – imagine your finance department, but outsourced with on-demand services! International accountants in London supporting your overseas company, operating in the UK.

Overseas companies in the UK need to comply with the Companies House filing requirements of completing and submitting your yearly accounts, including to HMRC and processing any Corporation (Income) Tax payment that may be due. We can assist with this and complete on your behalf. 

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What Clients Say.

WE'RE MORE THAN international accountants

"We didn’t have anyone in the UK office for the first year. Our accountant in NZ liaised with Paul and that helped establish good, open communication over certain issues like transfer pricing. We then needed our own account, and Glenda went above and beyond in the assistance she gave us to get that set up and we really appreciated it. We couldn’t have done it without her."

Graeme Moore, Chiptech.