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The Role of the Company Secretary -Sinda Corporation

In some countries and territories, the company secretary is required by law to perform a number of duties and use his/her knowledge to ensure that compliance is met with statutory and regulatory requirements. The duties of the company secretary include :

Keeping the company’s statutory books, this is typically important in all common-law operating countries and territories.

Filling all regulatory and statutory information with the authorities. This is very important, failure to do so would result in a fine being issued to the company and its directors.

Informing and updating the authorities on any change to the company’s business activity and management. This includes changing the business activity and the appointment and the resignation of a company director.

Arranging meetings on behalf of shareholders and directors. This widens to a range of tasks, including preparation of agenda and minutes to the board, notify board members of any incoming meeting, recording any details throughout a meeting and circulating any information to board members.

Advising directors on their duty and making sure that they comply with all the regulatory and statutory obligations.

Drafting any documents on behalf of the board and the company’s directors and shareholders.

Administering and executing share transfers

Running payroll and tax reporting

The recent focus on corporate governance, especially within public-listed companies, has shed light on the performance of the company secretary as one of the most important issues when running a business. The company secretary is regarded as the guardian to ethical and legal compliance by board members and directors.

If you’d like to find out which countries and jurisdictions would require a company secretary mandatorily when forming a business, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Our Company Incorporation Services include the following :

1.Company Certificate of Incorporation

2.Memorandum and Articles of Association

3. Directors and Secretarys Booklets Official Share Certificates

4. Schedule of Directors, Members & Secretary Document

5.Company Seal Company Register Hard Book

6.First Annual Return Included in Price

7. First Meeting Minutes of the Company

8.All Government Fee

9.Free Company name Checking

10.Complementary business advice throughout

11.Courier Fee

12.Certification of Documents as an Authorised Agent

13. Business registered address

14. Business Service Address

Our Full Bank Account Opening Services include the following :

1.Service fee

2.Application fee payable to Bank

3.Preparation of legal and regulatory documents for bank account opening

4.Courier Fee

5.Lifetime Customer Support 24/7

6.Certified documents as an authorised agent

7.Complimentary advice on account review ,if any

8.Complimentary document templates for account review, if any

9.Negotiating with the bank on behalf of clients for business loans, fee or any other services

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