What is a Nominee Director?
A nominee director is a director appointed to the board of a company to represent the interests of his appointer on that board. The beneficial owner may choose to appoint a Nominee Director because they do not want to register the company with their name showing as Director. We do not get involved in the running of your company and are on the Companies House register in name only.
This service is valid for a period of 12 months, and can be renewed after this period. This service includes an individual Nominee Director to be appointed to your UK Company.
When can I use a Nominee?
You can select to have a Nominee Director when incorporating your company and entering all the company information. The Nominee will then be appointed upon incorporation and the name of the Nominee will appear on the incorporation documents under the director details.
You are also able to purchase our Nominee Director service after incorporation. Once we have received an order we will take action to appoint the Director to your company. The change will also be recorded with Companies House.
What do I need to provide?
The only information that we require from you for our Nominee Service is:
- Beneficial Owners Name
- Beneficial Owners Address
- Business Activities
We will then be able to prepare the relevant nominee documents for you. You will be asked to provide the above information on receipt of an order.
Will I receive any documents once a Nominee has been appointed?
Upon receipt of your order, we will proceed to appoint the Director to your company. Once we have been appointed, you will receive a full set of documents regarding the Nominee Director. The documents will be posted to you via Standard Royal Mail delivery, the documents you will receive are listed below:
- Nominee Agreement
- Terms and Conditions for Nominee
- Power of Attorney issued to the Beneficial Owner
If you would like to order a Nominee Director for your company, please order this service from our UK Additional Services.