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There are many changing regulations and obligations involved in running a company. Small  companies may not wish to employe a Company Secretary to deal with Companies House filing and reporting. That’s where we can help.

What does a Company Secretary do?

The Company Secretary is responsible for filing documents and financial statements at Companies House.  It is important documents are filed promptly to avoid penalties.

The role also includes dealing with conflicts of interest, managing the interests of stakeholders, and advising the directors which procedures they need to follow.

We offer a Company Secretarial service to cover these tasks, without the need to appoint a company secretary.

Our service deals with the strict filing obligations your company has to Companies House and helps you stay up-to-date with your obligations including:

  • Preparation and filing of Companies House returns and forms
  • Preparation of Board minutes and resolutions
  • Dividend planning and vouchers
  • Company formation
  • Process changes in the directors or shareholders
  • Reorganising shareholdings
Company Secretarial Services
  • Management of incorporation for new private and public limited companies
  • Administration of changes in company details and appointment of officers
  • Adjustments to share capital and preparation of documents for share issues and transfers
  • Management of statutory registers
  • Drafting of board minutes and resolutions
  • Provision of registered office address

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