Registered: Jun 2008
06-24-12 08:00 PM
Quote from byteme:
There are hundreds of websites that can form your Ltd (limited liability) company online for you in minutes. They are all the same and differ mainly only on price and other services they offer e.g. registered address, mail forwarding etc.
An alternative is to contact an accountant who is experienced in your type of business and they can set up the company for you.
Getting FSA authorization is a different matter and may require you to have one or more authorized persons (AP) in order to qualify, minimum capital requirements etc. On the other hand, you may be exempt from FSA authorization, again depending on the type of activity you plan to undertake.
The best source of information is actually the FSA handbook on the FSA website. Depending on which area you need authorization for there will be different criteria.
You can browse a tailored version of the handbook for the area you are interested in:
It is the definitive information you are looking for.
Thank you very much for your detailed reply. I plan to provide technical analysis service. Providing the analysis for major pairs and also providing periodical trade recommendations with precise entry and exit levels. I am not sure how to classify it according to FSA. I see there are mainly the companies which manage the client's funds and the like - did you see any tailored handbook for pure information-based services?
Thanks again for your helpful answer!