Ready-made Companies

We offer a wide selection of ready-made companies that are available for immediate purchase. Our shelf companies are perfect for entrepreneurs who want to save time and hassle by acquiring a pre-registered company that’s ready to do business.

Some of our listed companies are incorporated back in 2001.

A shelf company, also known as a dormant company or an aged company, is a pre-registered business entity that has no previous trading history or liabilities. It is simply a business shell that is ready to be activated by its new owner. By purchasing a shelf company, you can avoid the lengthy and complicated process of registering a new company from scratch.

There are many advantages to buying a shelf company, including

Speed and convenience

 With a shelf company, you can start doing business immediately, without having to go through the time-consuming process of registering a new company and obtaining tax registrations such as VAT.


 An older company may be viewed as more established and trustworthy than a brand new company.

Access to credit

 Some lenders may be more willing to extend credit to an older, established company than to a new business with no track record.


By purchasing a shelf company, you can keep your personal information private, as the company’s name will be listed as the owner of any assets or liabilities.

Preparing your annual year-end accounts is a legal requirement for all UK companies. Year-end accounts could also be required for reasons other than compliance with the laws and regulations. For instance, lenders may require them to assess your financial position and cash flow and to use them to make a lending decision.

Our shelf companies come with everything you need to start doing business, including
  • FREE Change of Company name to your new chosen company name
  • FREE Confirmation Statement to update the company’s shareholders and business activities with the Company Registrar, Companies House
  • Transferring the Shelf Company to new owner(s)
  • Fully completed company documents, including but not limited to

Certificate of incorporation

 This document proves that the company is registered with the relevant authorities.

Memorandum and articles of association

 These documents outline the rules and regulations that govern the company’s operations.

Registered office address

This is the official address of the company, where all legal correspondence will be sent.

A confirmation letter that the company has no liabilities and has been dormant since incorporation.