Regardless of whether you choose to appoint a company secretary, there are still company secretarial duties to undertake. These include creating and maintaining the company’s registers and making necessary filings at Companies House within prescribed timescales. If you are a director of the company you are legally obliged to ensure that the company meets these obligations and there are severe penalties for non-compliance.
How you meet these requirements will depend on your knowledge of company secretarial matters, availability of time and resources, and the complexity of the company and its structure.
We can help you fulfil this role and offer the following services:
- Registered office facilities
- Maintenance of statutory registers
- Submission of statutory documents
- Giving notice of General Meetings
- Drafting agendas for company meetings
- Preparing Minutes of Meetings
- Completion of share transfer forms
- Preparation of share certificates
- Carrying out company searches
- Filing of Annual Return
- Acting as Company Secretary
- General Company Law advice
- Advice on protection of minority interests