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Incorporation of companies and other business start ups
Many sole traders and partnerships can operate in an environment where there is less need to comply with the authorities that regulate the UK’s corporate structure. However, where there is significant market fluctuation, business partners can become sensitive to potential financial exposure and as a result, there is often a dynamic shift in corporate re-structure from sole trader/partnership into companies.
At Saracens we have experience in dealing with such transitions having successfully assisted all our clients in complying with the legal formalities involved in incorporating a company. Given our level of experience, we have a strong understanding of our client’s commercial goals and can advise on how to best structure your business venture to enhance any competitive edge in the market place and meet your business objectives.
Saracens has worked for a number of clients in nurturing their business start-ups, generating a myriad of commercial solutions based on individual needs. This ranges from ensuring your business is fully licensed, compliant with the UK’s product standards and that your business’ intellectual property portfolio is protected from improper exploitation.
In addition to the above, we are able to advise you on how to set up a limited liability partnership, create a joint venture and incorporate a company limited by guarantees for charitable purposes.
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