When setting up a company in Ireland, you are legally required to have an Irish registered office address with the Companies Registration Office (CRO). This is a formal address for a company to which all legal notices, including correspondence from the Companies Registration Office and Revenue Commissioners, will be sent.
In Ireland, this address must be a physical location, not just a post office box number; An Post (national postal service) must be capable of delivering a letter addressed to the company at its registered office.
Walsh O’Brien Harnett offers a professional registered office facility for our Irish and international clients who do not have a physical presence or place of business in Ireland, or who do not wish to use a residential address. We ensure that all correspondence received at our address is forwarded to our clients in a timely manner.