Arlington Corporate becomes a member of the prestigious Association of Company Registration Agents

Thursday, 30 May, London: Arlington Corporate and Trust Services, an independent onshore and offshore company formation and administration service provider, has joined the Association of Company Registration Agents (ACRA), the only trade association for the company registration industry, recognised by various government departments including Companies House, HM Treasury and HMRC. ACRA membership base accounts for over 55% of all UK company registrations and sets high standards amongst agents and other service providers involved in the industry.

Liga Lasmanovica, Managing Director of Arlington Corporate said: “I am very pleased that our company has taken this next important step, establishing stronger standards in company registrations and providing our clients with extra confidence that their businessess are managed by professionals they can trust.

“I strongly believe that Arlington Corporate will benefit from ACRA membership as it offers a direct source of information and platform for the news and changes within the industry.”

ACRA continues to be at the forefront of the company formation industry with its stated intention to promote professional excellence and ethical trading standards within the industry. The Association’s members are required to adhere to a strict Code of Conduct to ensure professional and ethical standards of operation. ACRA members also have unique access to valuable knowledge covering new thinking, current legislation and industry specific guidance on Anti-Money Laundering Regulations.

Stephen Curtis, Chairman of ACRA said: “We are delighted that Arlington has become a member of ACRA. ACRA membership is for those company registration agents who are determined to meet and maintain the highest standards of professionalism and probity. This is perhaps particularly important at this time when the activities of companies, and those who form them in the UK and worldwide, are coming under harsh scrutiny. We look forward to a long and happy association with Arlington”