Corporate Secretarial Services assists clients to manage and mitigate risks of corporate non-compliance. Failure to comply with statutory obligations can have potentially severe legal consequences for the company, its shareholders and directors.
Ongoing changes in the legal environment globally have brought about an unprecedented need for companies to implement rigorous internal controls and ensure effective management of legal entities on a global basis. This has become one of the major challenges facing multinational corporations and an onerous responsibility for their directors.
Furthermore, company directors are under increasing pressure of changing legislative requirements governing the administration of their companies and also trying to keep up-to-date and compliant is more complex and time-consuming than ever before.
With years of professional experience behind us, Callamus can help ease administrative burdens across functional and geographical boundaries.
Corporate Secretarial Services can help guide you through the challenges and changes, easing your administrative burden and allowing you to focus on running your business.
- Corporate status check;
- Statutory review and comparison of company and registry records to ensure consistency and full compliance with prevailing statutory rules;
- Remedial work to regularize anomalies and to remedy compliance failings identified during the status check and statutory review procedures;
- Preparatory compliance check and remediation in view of transactional work (M&A, corporate reorganizations, etc.);
- Corporate Secretarial alert: setting-up, monitoring and updating of corporate calendar.
- Filing of annual accounts and the necessary filings required in relation to annual statutory compliance obligations;
- Keeping and maintenance of statutory registers and minute books;
- Constitutional changes, e.g. changes of company name, registered offices, business objects, financial year, increase/decrease of registered share capital etc.;
- Changes in the management (resignation, removal and appointment of directors);
- Company incorporations and branch establishments, including corporate documents for use abroad;
- Voluntary liquidations and deletions of companies and branches;