A European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) is an association of businesses and/or individuals from different European Union (EU) countries who need to operate together across national borders.
Its aim is to facilitate or develop the economic activities of its members but is a separate entity from their own businesses.
An EEIG may be set up in any one of the Member States, and operate in any part of the EU. It can also enter into arrangements with organisations outside the EU, although these organisations cannot themselves become members of an EEIG.
An EEIG must be registered in the EU Member State where it has its 'official address'. The official address must be where either:
You must register with Companies House if:
Registration with Companies House is via paper application only.
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