A company secretary is the chief administrative officer in a company, and ensures that it complies with reporting and governance regulations.

Since 2008, there has been no legal requirement for private companies to have a company secretary, but the role is so strategically important that most continue to do so. Even if you do not have an appointed company secretary, there is still a legal requirement to carry out certain administrative tasks such as record keeping and submitting documentation to Companies House.

Duties of a company secretary

Our company secretarial services aim to relieve owners from the burden of compliance with complex company legislation. Our trained professionals will take care of your record keeping and submission of documentation to Companies House. So that you are free to concentrate on developing your business, secure in the knowledge that your legal responsibilities are in hand.

We aim to make complex company legislation understandable. Our services include:

  • Effective record keeping.
  • Capital transactions & restructuring.
  • Attend board meetings and provide minutes.
  • Compliance support including persons of significant control and maintaining statutory registers.
  • Company formation – Private Limited Companies, Public Limited Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships, Companies Limited by Guarantee, Charitable Incorporated Organisations.
  • Regular name checking and company searches to detect and mitigate any fraud attempts.
  • Flexibility from ad hoc and emergency cover to a fully-fledged registered office.
  • A reliable, flexible and cost-effective approach that delivers a real commercial impact.