Company secretarial

Private limited companies no longer have to appoint a company secretary, but the company's statutory obligations remain.

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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, time and resource available, and the complexity of the company and its structure.

Company secretarial support      Company secretarial software

Many choose to entrust these important matters to the experts. Our Corporate Governance team* will provide a company secretarial service that suit your needs leaving you free to concentrate on your business.

Others prefer to go it alone and choose PCSec, our company secretarial software to help them. Developed and used in-house by Jordans, this easy-to-use system helps you control all your company secretarial obligations and critical deadlines.

Whichever route you take, you can rely on Jordans unrivalled experience and expertise in this field.

* Services provided by Jordans Corporate Law Limited, authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. No. 605152

"We have used Jordans for some years to assist us on complicated company secretarial matters, reconstructions etc. and have always found the service efficient, friendly and fairly priced "


Ian Nunn, Nunn Hayward llp


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