Company Secretarial

Most of us will know that a limited company must file its annual accounts at Companies House within nine months of the company’s year end but certain other documents must also be filed during the course of the year.

The most common is the company’s annual return and failure to file the return is an automatic an offence and a Court has discretion to impose a fine of up to £5,000 as well as the company being struck off. If there are any changes in the company’s details, for example; a change in its name, its registered office, its directors or its accounting reference date a form detailing the change must be sent to Companies House straight away.

In addition to taking care of all of your company secretarial work included above, ISIS can be appointed as your company secretary and prepare the following documents for you:

  • The allotment of new shares
  • Share transfer forms
  • Share certificates
  • Minutes to all board meetings
  • Resolutions
  • Dividend payment vouchers
  • Any other relevant paperwork

A company’s registered office is where all communications and notices from Companies House will be received. For a small nominal fee you will be able to use our address for your registered office meaning your address is removed from public record. Any post we receive will be sent to you by post or email, which ever you prefer.

From 1st October 2009 the Companies Act 2006 provides that all directors must notify Companies House of a service address as well as their residential address. As it is only the service address that is available on public records for a small nominal fee you will be able to use our address to protect your privacy.

For all your company secretarial needs please call us today on 0845 345 7785.

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