Every January we highlight 10 company secretarial and company law points for directors and practitioners to consider and the 2020 list is below. RBO Filings Filing Annual Return Audit Exemption District Court Applications New CORE System Company Law Impact of Brexit Sole Director & Sole Shareholder Company Selling a Company Capping Value in a Company
Posts Tagged: Company Secretary
No Extension to RBO Deadline There is only 1 week left until the RBO filing deadline of 22nd November 2019. 23% of companies have filed successfully to date. This will leave a huge number of companies to file in the next week. Click here for our November Newsletter
Its that time of year with the 30 September 2019 Annual Return Dates due to be filed no later than 29th October 2019 in CRO. So with this in mind we highlight some issues to be aware of that could lead to a missed filing. Due to the change in the audit exemption rules, companies
The 22nd November 2019 deadline is fast approaching and if you have attempted to file the information on the Central Register, you may have encountered some challenges to making a successful submission. The RBO Registrar recently highlighted that the average rejection rate is 26% and approximately 8% of companies have filed on the Central Registrar.
Every January we set out ten points to consider from a company law and company secretarial practice perspective. These are practical points for all firms to consider that may bring some benefit to the services you provide. As always if we can be of any help please feel free to contact any one of the
The Companies Act 2014 contains a new Part which contains for the first time the duties and responsibilities of a director and company secretary.
Every company is required to have a company secretary. If the company only has one director (LTD company) then the secretary must be different to the sole director.
Are you a new start up or setting up a new company? If so setting up a company is the first and important step. Getting the company set up quickly but more importantly correctly will ensure you are on the right step to running your new business. We are experienced chartered secretaries and have all
One of the most common changes in a company is the appointment or resignation of a director or the company secretary. Even though it appears to a straight forward process it should be completed correctly and is more than simply filing a B10 form.
One of the most significant changes in the Companies Act 2014 was the introduction of a sole director company. This recognized the difficult position that companies had to appoint a second director who may play a very small or no role in the running of the company but are required to company with the Companies Act.