In August, I started a private limited company called Company1, and its business intent was to rent virtual private servers to the general public and businesses. Nothing really special about the business idea. There are hundreds if not thousands of companies out there doing the same thing. Anyway, as I was working on the programming for the website, I started to work on the payment side of things because I wanted to be able to accept at least some cryptocurrencies for payment. But the more I thought about, the more I realised that it was a risky venture so I had the bright (or rather stupid) idea to form Company2 to handle the payment side of things so that Company1 could concentrate on renting virtual private servers. The problem is I made Company1 a 100% shareholder in Company,2 and now no bank will open a business current account for Company2 because the person with significant control is a corporation and not a person. Does anyone know how I can get out of this situation? I'm not looking for personal gain at the moment I just want a business current account with a debit card. I don't want any loans, overdrafts or credit cards. Just a standard account with a debit card. Can anyone help at all, please? I'm prepared to pay for help from someone if that is required.