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We offer a full range of corporate secretarial services which can be tailored to meet your individual requirements, including a fixed fee package
We offer a full range of corporate secretarial services which can be tailored to meet your individual requirements, including a fixed fee package of core services for Directors and Corporate Secretaries.
Our Central London Registered Office address and Service Addresses for Directors offers everything you need to manage your UK correspondence and compliance.
We’re also on hand to create and maintain registers and changes to information, issue annual accounts reminders and prepare and submit forms in respect of shares, board minutes and resolutions.
UK Banks will require formal Corporate Structure Confirmation and, working alongside our Banking Services team, we can manage this process for you.
We offer a full range of corporate secretarial services which can be tailored to meet your individual requirements, including a fixed fee package of core services.
Our fast track incorporation service allows you to register a new limited company in under 48 hours after receiving the required information from you.
As a Limited Company Director, you have a number of statutory and legal responsibilities that Sole Traders do not share.
From 30th June 2016, a new Confirmation Statement will replace the Company Annual Return which has to be filed each year with Companies House.
From April 2016, all unlisted UK Companies will be required by law to maintain a register of people with significant control over the Company.
A private limited company is the most commonly used form of company structure in the UK, accounting for 96% of all corporate bodies. They are relatively straightforward to set up and offer many key advantages.
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Employers must carry out re-enrolment every three years or "triennially".
The government has launched a consultation on the most significant reform of Companies House since its establishment in 1844.