Company legislation requires that a minimum amount of information about a company must be publicly available, including for example, annual accounts, the registered office address and details of directors, the secretary (if there is one) and members. Even though the need to appoint a company secretary in a private company has been abolished, the duties of the Company Secretary remain and the directors must comply with the regulations.
How we can help
- Filing of annual accounts with Companies House
- Maintaining statutory registers: shareholders, directors and charges
- Completing and filing statutory forms: Confirmation Statement (CS01), changes in the statutory registers, accounting reference dates, allotment of shares, and registered office.
- Acting as registered office
- The processing and filing of minutes and resolutions from board meetings
- Filing on-line